Professor Federico Fabbrini, Full Professor of European Law in the School of Law and Government, DCU and founding Director of the D.C.U Brexit Institute discusses the legal origins of the European Union and the challenges and opportunities for the EU institutional structures in the 21st century with JCER editor, Dr Kenneth McDonagh.
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EU legal order, Lisbon Treaty, Brexit, Social Europe, The Rome Manifesto
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