Senior Emile Noël Fellows

  • Áine Ryall

    teaches and researches Environmental Law, European Union (EU) Law and the Law of Torts at the Faculty of Law, University College Cork, Ireland.  She is a graduate of the London School of Economics (LLM) and the European University Institute, Florence (PhD).  A qualified barrister, her main areas of specialisation include: environmental assessment, implementation and enforcement […]

    Research Project:

    Mapping the Future of Environmental Justice: The Transformative Effect of International & European Union Law Delivering effective and affordable environmental […]

  • Andrew Mitchell

    is Professor at Melbourne Law School, Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Director of the Global Economic Law Network, Assistant Director Research at the Melbourne School of Government, a member of the Indicative List of Panelists to hear WTO disputes, and a member of the Energy Charter Roster of Panelists. He has previously practised law with […]

    Research Project:

    International Trade Law and International Investment Law: Recognising Complexity, Developing Coherence International trade and investment treaties contain overlapping provisions that […]

  • Armin von Bogdandy

    is Director at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg and Professor of Public Law at the Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt/Main. He is President of the OECD Nuclear Energy Tribunal. He was member of the German Science Council (Wissenschaftsrat). In June 2008 Prof. Bogdandy received the Berlin-Brandenburgian Academy of Sciences Prize for […]

    Research Project:

    Developing the Publicness of Public International Law The research project aims to develop a distinctly public law approach to the […]

  • Lucas P.M. Peeperkorn

    After having studied economics and political science at the University of Amsterdam, Luc worked as an assistant professor at the Erasmus University Rotterdam where he specialised in industrial economics, public finance and welfare economics. In 1991 he joined the European Commission, DG Competition. He was part of the team responsible for the review of EU […]

    Research Project:

    The empirical effects of resale price maintenance The purpose is to provide an overview of empirical evidence of the effects […]

  • Peter L. Lindseth

    is the Olimpiad S. Ioffe Professor of International and Comparative Law at the University of Connecticut School of Law, where he is also Director of International and Graduate Programs. He holds a B.A. and J.D. from Cornell and a Ph.D. in European history from Columbia.  His expertise lies at the intersection of European integration, comparative […]

    Research Project:

    European Banking Union as a Case-Study in Institutional Change A banking union stands on three pillars: bank supervision, resolution authority, […]

  • Tania Voon

    is Professor and Associate Dean (Research) (2012-2014) at Melbourne Law School, The University of Melbourne. She is a former Legal Officer of the WTO Appellate Body Secretariat and has previously practiced law with Mallesons Stephen Jaques and the Australian Government Solicitor and taught law at Georgetown University, the University of Western Ontario, the Australian National […]

    Research Project:

    Evidentiary Challenges for Public Health Regulation in the Context of International Trade and Investment Law. Recent challenges to public health […]

  • Emile Noël Fellows

    • Bilyana Petkova

      holds a Ph.D. in International Relations from the University of Kent at Brussels and a Master in Legal Studies from the Yale Law School. While at Yale, she worked as a Research Assistant for Professors Judith Resnik and Reva Siegel and taught seminars at the summer program Yale Young Global Scholars. Bilyana received her first […]

      Research Project:

      California Effect 2.0: Asymmetric Federalism and the Battle over Privacy The European Union is not a fully-fledged federation yet in […]

    • Dominik Steiger

      a DAAD Visiting Fellow at NYU, is a Senior Fellow at Freie Universität Berlin. He studied law in Regensburg, Aix-en Provence and Potsdam and obtained his first State exam (1. Staatsexamen) in 2004 as best of his class. Dominik then worked as a Research Assistant at the University of Potsdam. At that time he also […]

      Research Project:

      The Separation of Powers Doctrine and the Power of Participation: Citizen’s Influence in Delegated Rule-Making in the United States, the […]

    • Katarzyna Granat

      conducted her PhD research entitled ‘The Role of National Parliaments in the Policing of the Subsidiarity Principle’ at the European University Institute in Florence. She holds an LLM from this institution as well as a Master of Law from University of Warsaw. Katarzyna was a visiting researcher at the London School of Economics and at […]

      Research Project:

      The Role of the (Member) States Legislatures as Safeguards of Federalism – A US-EU Comparative Perspective The aim of this […]

    • Mor Bakhoum

      is a senior research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition in Munich, Germany. He is also a faculty member at the Munich Intellectual Property Law Center (MIPLC). He lectures also at the Master II Program co-organized by WIPO, OAPI and the University of Yaoundé II in Cameroon. Mor Bakhoum research and […]

      Research Project:

      The Development Dimension of Competition Law and Policy: A Sub-Saharan Africa Perspective This research deals with the development dimension of […]

    • Pietro Faraguna

      is a post doctoral research fellow at the University of Trieste, Italy, where he graduated in 2007 with full marks cum laude. In 2008 he attended a Specialization and Advanced Training Course in Parliamentary Law at the University of Firenze, supported by the Italian Parliament. In 2011 he earned his PhD in Constitutional law at […]

      Research Project:

      A Living Constitutional Identity: the Contribution of non Judicial Actors The aim of this research project will be to find […]

    • Vanessa Mak

      is a Professor of Private Law at Tilburg University. Prior to her appointment in Tilburg, she has held positions as a postdoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg, and as a Lecturer in Law at Oriel College, Oxford. Vanessa has law degrees from Erasmus University Rotterdam (LL.M […]

      Research Project:

      The Centre Cannot Hold – or Can It? Managing Pluralism in European Private Law Vanessa Mak’s research will focus onlawmaking […]