Yuliya Kaspiarovich is completing her PhD in EU Law at the Law Faculty of the University of Geneva. She holds a Master degree in European Studies from the Global Studies Institute of The University of Geneva (2014) and a Master in European and International Law from the University of Bordeaux Montesquieu IV (2012). She was also awarded the Diploma of the Academy of European Law, EUI, Florence on the Law of the EU (2017). For her bachelor degrees she studied Law and Political Science (University of Bordeaux Montesquieu IV) and translation and interpretation (Minsk State Linguistic University). In 2014 Yuliya worked as legal and parliamentary assistant to a Swiss MP and completed an Internship at the UN Economic Commission for Europe. Since 2015 Yuliya has worked at the Global Studies Institute as teaching and research assistant where she is teaching EU Law (institutional and CJEU’s case law) to Master students.
Yuliya’s thesis questions the rationale behind investment protection in the EU legal order in the light of the principle of mutual trust. Her broader research interests cover European institutional Law, EU external relations law and Brexit. She is currently researching the nature of EU mixed agreements from EU and International Law perspectives. She is also involved in interdisciplinary research activities at the Geneva Transformative Governance Lab, especially on the project questioning the implications of COVID-19 pandemic on democratic resilience.