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CPH – CECS Lunch seminar with Professor Dr. Sybe A. de Vries – by University of Copenhagen
March 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm CETFree
CECS Lunch seminar with Professor Dr. Sybe A. de Vries.
According to the European Commission a Digital Single Market (DSM) ‘is one in which the free movement of persons, services and capital is ensured and where the individuals and businesses can seamlessly access and engage in online activities under conditions of fair competition, and a high level of consumer and personal data protection, irrespective of their nationality or place of residence’. Or, in other words, The DSM is about allowing the freedoms of Europe’s Single Market to enter the digital age.
Against this background, the question that will be addressed in my presentation is whether and, if so, how digitalization impacts the four freedoms and their underlying principles, and vice versa.
- Introduction – Chair/Ulla Neergaarad, Professor of European Law, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen
- ”The resilience of the legal building blocks of the EU Single Market in the light of digitalization”, by Professor, Dr. Sybe A. de Vries, Professor of EU Single Market Law & Fundamental Rights and Jean Monnet Chair, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
- Plenary Discussion: Q & A Session
For participation in the seminar please use this registration form no later than 19 March 2019 , 11:00.
Feel free to bring your own lunch.
Sybe de Vries (1970) is full professor of EU Single Market Law and Fundamental rights and since 2012 the Jean Monnet Chair. His research and his education focuses on EU Single market law and the interconnection between EU free movement law and fundamental rights.
He was also the coordinator of the FP7 research project ‘bEUcitizenship’ on European citizenship, which was financed by the European Commission, and in which 26 universities participated, including the University of Copenhagen.
Sybe is a honorary judge at the District Court of Rotterdam. He is also a board member of the Netherlands Association for European Law and of the editorial boards of the Journal for European and Economic law (SEW) and the Netherlands journal for Human Rights (NTM/NJCM-bulletin).
The seminar is part of a CECS seminar series on Constitutional Dimensions in the Digital era.
Time: 20 March 2019, 12:00-13:30
Place: Meeting room 8, 4th floor, room 6B-4-04, Faculty of Law, Njalsgade 76, DK-2300 Copenhagen S
Organizer: CECS – Centre for European and Comparative Legal Studies