REVIEW: Annual European Law Conference, held by King’s College London Centre of European Law

Adrienne Yong LLM in EU Law Candidate, King’s College London; LL.B. (Hons) Dunelm   London is a bustling multicultural hub of activity and has always been known to attract big names. The legal sphere is no exception, and on the 24 February 2012, King’s College London took advantage of the capital’s enticing aura to bring together leading academics, scholars, students, practitioners and even Advocate Generals from the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). The Centre of European Law (CEL) at King’s College London gathered…

Counting other states’ money: some interesting statistics on EU budget

dr. Agne Limante  Post-Graduate Diploma candidate in EU Law, King’s College London; PhD in EU law, Vilnius University   Recently THE GUARDIAN has released an interesting article titled: EU budget: what does the European Union spend and where does the money come from?, accompanied by a curiosity raising table showing the biggest contributors and receivers of EU budget money (See table here: EU27_Money). Exceeding €122bn, an annual budget of EU is bigger than that of many countries, including its Member States. True, it amounts to around 1/10th of…

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