Annual Conference on EU Migration Law 2014: Focus on the Long-Term Resident Directive
19 – 20 May 2014, Trier
Deadline for application: 19 April 2014 (early-bird registration)
The Academy of European Law (ERA) is a non-profit public foundation that provides training in European law to legal practitioners. Its patrons include most EU member states and it is supported by the EU. ERA organises conferences and seminars around Europe, has an e-learning platform and publishes a legal journal ERA Forum.
Its Annual Conference on EU Migration Law will focus this year on the challenges related to individuals with Long-Term Resident (LTR) status.
The event will also provide participants with an update on recent European legislation as well as the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights in areas such as returns, family reunification, seasonal workers and intra-corporate transfers.
• Requirements and implications of long-term resident status
• Scope of access to social protection and assistance
• Free movement considerations for long-term residents
• Procedural safeguards and human rights implications (including CJEU and ECtHR jurisprudence)
Who should attend?
Lawyers and judges working in the field of migration and civil servants working on the practical application of the Directive at Member State level.
Details about the programme, fees, discounts and accommodation can be found here.