Administrative Law SIG

Administrative Law SIG

The ELI Administrative Law SIG was established in mid-2015 and is currently chaired by Paul Craig, Jens-Peter Schneider and Marek Wierzbowski. The SIG looks into topics such as accountability of EU agencies; dimensions and potential implications of art 41 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights; and the legal feasibility for a Europeanisation of the implementation of specific fields of administrative law. It conducts comparative surveys on the relationship between: (a) rules on confidentiality; and (b) access to publicly stored information/documents; and comparative surveys on staff regulations, against the background of Article 298 TFEU, both in Member States and at EU level. 

Should you wish to be a part of our SIG please e-mail the ELI Secretariat.

For the list of SIG's Chairs and Members, please click here.


  • The papers from the Conference on 'The Implication of the European Commission's White Paper on the Future of Europe on European Administrative Law' were published in the ELTE Law Journal 2018/1.



ELI Administrative Law SIG Hosts Webinar on Algorithmic Administration and Good Governance Principles

On 13 March 2024, the webinar delved into the relevance of the substantial and procedural principles of Administrative Law.


On 6–7 June 2018, the Administrative Law SIG held a Conference in cooperation with Andrássy University Budapest, Eötvös Loránd University Budapest (ELTE) and (this time) the Constitutional Court of...


Meeting During the 2017 ELI Annual Conference in Vienna

The ELI Administrative Law SIG held a meeting at the ELI Annual Conference in Vienna on 8 September 2017.


On 7–8 June 2017, the ELI Administrative Law SIG Conference took place in Budapest, organised in cooperation with Andrássy University, ELTE University, and the Hungarian Supreme Court of Justice...


Meeting During the 2016 ELI Annual Conference in Ferrara

The ELI Administrative Law SIG met on the occasion of the ELI Annual Conference in Ferrara on 8 September 2016.