Ljupcho Grozdanovski is a post-doctoral researcher, specialized in the field of evidence in EU law. He completed his BA in Law (2006), and holds a Master’s degree in International law and European Studies (2007) as well as in EU law (2008) from the University of Strasbourg, France. In 2015 he defended his doctoral dissertation on ‘Presumption in EU law’ (summa cum laude, University of Aix-Marseille, France). His thesis provides an analysis of the notion of presumption from the perspective of Theory of Legal Evidence and examines the principles governing the adducing, assessment and rebuttal of presumptive evidence in both EU Institutional Law and EU Substantive Law.
Ljupcho Grozdanovski worked as a research and teaching assistant (2009-2014) and as a research collaborator (2017-2018) at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. After a first post-doc at the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland (2016-2018) he pursued a post-doc research at the University of Liège, Belgium (2019-2020), with a focus on the legal issues raised by new technologies, in particular Artificial Intelligence.
His fields of research include Theory of Legal Evidence, Theories of Justice, Legal Reasoning and Epistemology, new technologies and data protection, EU Institutional Law, EU Substantive law and EU External Relations.