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EU Law at Liverpool aims to offer a centre of excellence for research in EU law and policy.

While this field of research is broad in nature, and the cluster's membership indeed reflects wide-ranging and diverse activity, EU Law at Liverpool seeks to maintain a strong and clear identity through its particular emphasis on the social dimensions of European integration.

Specifically, EU Law at Liverpool is committed to driving forward critical understanding of the European Union - its institutions and values, constitutional principlaes and substantive policy - through research themes including citizenship and welfare, migration and security, gender and equality, configurations of institutional power and the protection of fundamental rights.

As well as publishing extensively in these fields, EU Law at Liverpool members engage in impactful research and seek to ensure the wider and effective dissemination of key findings beyond academia. In this regard, the cluster has been particularly active in impact and knowledge exchange work in the context of Brexit.



Criminal Proceedings and the Use of AI: Challenges for Common Criminal Procedure Principles and the Principles of the Rule of Law. 

Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas, in partnership with the University of Luxembourg, is working on a project which explores challenges for common criminal procedure principles and the principles of the rule of law, with focus on the use of artificial intelligence. 

Find out more on the project website. 

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