MCEL Newsletter 2016-1

MCEL Newsletter 2016-1

We are pleased to share with you latest news from the Maastricht Centre for European Law. The Editorial highlights that MCEL scholars actively engage with society and the Focus section is devoted to Marjan Peeter's latest book on Climate Change Law (co-edited together with Daniel. A. Farber). The Newsletter is available here.

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