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Malta European Law Association (AMSDE)
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The Malta European Law Association, officially known as Assoċjazzjoni Maltija Għall-Istudji Tad-Dritt Ewropew (AMSDE) is an association of legal professionals and law graduates associated with Maltese legal practice or the Faculty of Laws of the University of Malta to promote the knowledge of European law in Malta.  It seeks to promote and encourage the study of all aspects of the law and institutions of the European Union and the relationship of that law with national law and the dissemination of knowledge concerning the same and to promote international collaborative studies in the field of European law.  

AMSDE serves as a forum in which all branches of the Maltese legal profession can engage in a discussion of the legal issues raised by Malta’s membership of the European Union. AMSDE, from time to time organises events dealing with matters of European law and its members can participate in the biennial FIDE Congress held in a European city. The International Federation for European Law (FIDE) is a non-profit Belgian law association established by the national European law associations (one per EU-Member State, as well as some non-Member States such as Switzerland or Norway as an associate member). It was created for the study and development of the law and institutions of the European Union.

Become a Member

Membership benefits include:

  • Advance notice of all AMSDE events; 
  • Free attendance to one yearly event as specified by AMSDE; 
  • Reduced rates for all other events organised by AMSDE; 
  • Opportunities for contribution at AMSDE events and the biennial FIDE Congress; 
  • Invitation to the Annual General Meeting. 


For more information on the Malta European Law Association please click here.



FIDE Comité Directeur meeting, Cascais, 23 May 2018. 


FIDE Comité Directeur meeting in Tallinn on May 30, 2012.

Last Updated: 12 February 2019

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