Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence for the Study of a Transnational Europe
Whatever has the EU ever done for you?
In a series of 5 weekly lunchtime presentations, the Eastleigh-based lawyer, Claire Bradley, discussed the ways in which the EU interacts with the lives of ordinary UK citizens.
|24 February||The EU and the consumer|
|2 March||The EU and workers’ rights|
|9 March||The EU and environmental protection|
|16 March||Jobs, trade and travel in the EU||
|23 March||Justice and rights within the EU||
About Claire Bradley
Claire is a lawyer and lecturer with a specialism in EU law. She is the founder of European Law Monitor, a not-for-profit EU educational law resource operating since 2003. From 2006 she has been registered with the European Commission as an EU law expert under the TAIEX programme. In this capacity she has delivered expert lectures in European law to judges and prosecutors in many of the recently joined member states and candidate countries of the EU. She has lectured and contributed to seminars in Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Serbia, Poland and Turkey. She holds a Masters degree in European Law.