This site contains three papers delivered by Judge Mancini of the European Court of Justice on a tour to Australia in October 1997. The tour was organised by the European Law Centre at the University of New South Wales and sponsored by the Law Foundation of NSW.
The Law Foundation of NSW would like to thank the European Court of Justice and the European Law Centre at the University of NSW for allowing these papers to be published electronically.
Credit: The photo, Giustizia e Pace (Giacomo Manzì), comes from the home page of the Court of Justice of the European Communities.
Europe: Is there a Case for Statehood?
This paper was the Judge's inaugural address as a Professor of UNSW and the keynote address at the European Law Centre symposium, held on the 1 November 1997. The keynote address was entitled European Constitutionalism: Lessons for Australia?
An Analysis of the Public and Private Purposes of the Court of Justice of the European Communities.
This paper was delivered at the UNSW Law Faculty on the 27 October 1997.
The Practice, Procedure and Working methods of the European Court of Justice.
This paper was delivered to a special public event on the 29 October 1997, organised jointly by the European Law Centre, the Australian Law Reform Commission, the Bar Association of NSW and the Law Society of NSW, and in co-operation with the Law Foundation of NSW.