Law Academic gives evidence at the House of Lords EU Select Committee
14 December 2012
Dr Adam Lazowski, Reader in Law at the University of Westminster’s School of Law, gave oral evidence to the House of Lords EU Select Committee on 27 November 2012. The Committee is conducting an enquiry into EU enlargements and, as part of the process, obtains evidence from academics and policy makers. The session during which Adam Lazowski gave evidence is available here: www.parliamentlive.tv/Main/Player.aspx?meetingId=11972
A report with results of this enquiry is expected in March 2013.
Adam Lazowski specialises in EU law, his research has so far led to a number of books and articles in peer reviewed journals as well as edited volumes. He is one of the course leaders of EU LLM Programme at the School of Law. His teaching includes tailor made LLM modules on EU enlargements, EU External Relations and EU Criminal Law.
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