Symposium on the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights
This year’s Symposium looks back over the first decade since the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights became a binding and primary source of EU law in 2009. The four substantive contributions focus on core structural issues rather than the interpretation of specific rights.
The intention is to reveal and critique particular patterns of fundamental rights protection within the EU legal order, including the role played by national courts within that legal order. Importantly, our contributors set out the implications of their respective analyses for the next decade of fundamental rights protection in the EU.