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Trinity College Dublin
Precedent in the EU - The Linguistic Aspect
Saturday 5th December, Dun Library, No 6 Kildare Street, Dublin 2
Free workshop, tickets reserved for ICEL members
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Outline of workshop
The development of a de facto precedent in EU law has recently been the subject of significant academic debate, centering around questions of what it means for a supreme court to 'make law' and when it is possible to say that its decisions are 'precedents'. While there is no official doctrine of precedent in EU law, the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) does on occasion appear to regard its previous decisions as establishing law that should be applied in later disputes: 'tying down' national courts without establishing a formal hierarchy in the strict sense.
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