Emile Noël Fellows

  • Andrej Lang

    Andrej Lang is a postdoctoral researcher at the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg Law School. He holds a PhD in Law from Freie University Berlin and an LLM from NYU School of Law. He is admitted to the bar in Berlin and in New York and worked as a litigation associate for Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP. He […]

    Research Project:

    Non-judicial rights review: The Promise and Limits of Rights Review by Non-Judicial Public Institutions in Germany, the EU and the […]

  • Daniel Francis

    Daniel Francis is a Furman Fellow and Emile Noel Fellow at NYU School of Law, where he writes about competition and the public and private practices that shape it.  His research focuses on antitrust and structural constitutional law, including the law of monopolization, as well as constitutional and other rules that affect government action in […]

    Research Project:

    Monopolization in Digital Markets. For a long time, the law of monopolization in the United States has relied on a […]

  • Francesca Episcopo

     Francesca Episcopo holds a degree in law summa cum laude from the University of Pisa (2014), with a specialization in private law, and a Magister Juris from the University of Oxford (2016). She earned a PhD – doctor Europaeus, summa cum laude – from the University of Pisa, with a dissertation on the meaning and […]

    Research Project:

    Discussing the legitimacy of the CJEU’s doctrine of effectiveness in private law adjudication. A conceptual and functional analysis. Francesca Episcopo’s […]

  • Giacomo Tagiuri

    Giacomo Tagiuri is a legal scholar specializing in EU law, regulation, and economic law more broadly. His research interests also include legal and social theory and socio-legal studies. Giacomo’s work explores the impact of transnational law, and chiefly EU law, on local markets. He is particularly interested in how economic regulation shapes the everyday experiences […]

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    Regulating Economic Lives: Culture, Markets and the Law. My research addresses the cultural anxieties that emerge in reaction to processes […]

  • Hannah Birkenkötter

    Hannah Birkenkötter, LL.M. (Cologne/Paris I), is currently a research fellow at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin within the Research Group “Overlapping Spheres of Authority and Interface Conflicts”. Hannah researches in public international law with a focus on international institutional law, in particular the United Nations; constitutional and international legal theory; and international human rights law. She defended […]

    Research Project:

    Legal Dynamics Between UN Organs and the Rule of Law Beyond the State. The rule of law beyond the state […]

  • Helena Torroja Mateu

    Helena Torroja Mateu is a senior tenured professor of Public International Law and International Relations at the University of Barcelona (UB) Law School (Barcelona, Spain), where she has been teaching since 1993. She holds a JD (1992) and a PhD in Law from the UB, with a dissertation on humanitarian action, law and policies at […]

    Research Project:

    Human duties as a means of tackling the spiritual crisis of liberal democracies in Europe: legal (international and European), political […]

  • Jacopo Martire

    Dr Jacopo Martire has joined the University of Bristol Law School in January 2018 having previously held teaching positions at the University of Stirling, Manchester University, and King’s College London. At the University of Bristol, Dr Martire is Senior Lecturer in Legal Theory and Deputy LLM Director, and he teaches Jurisprudence, European Union Law, and […]

    Research Project:

    Autoimmunity Europe. The European Union has experienced a “long decade of crisis”, moving from one crisis to the next. Each […]

  • Karin Loevy

    Dr. Karin Loevy is the manager JSD Program at NYU School of Law and a researcher at the Institute for International Law and Justice (IILJ) where she leads the History & Theory of International Law workshop series. In 2018 she was the Kathleen Fitzpatrick Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow at Melbourne Law School. Dr. Loevy’s book, Emergencies in […]

    Research Project:

    Visions of Territory: Negotiating the Future of the Middle East 1915-1923. Commonplace narrations of the path from WWI to the […]

  • Ljupcho Grozdanovski

    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 […]

    Research Project:

    The Code of Evidence of the EU: Evidence, Justice and Integration in the EU Legal Order.  The relationship between the […]

  • Mariana Velasco-Rivera

    Mariana Velasco-Rivera is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Alexander von Humboldt Chair of Comparative Constitutionalism held by Professor Ran Hirschl at the University of Göttingen, Germany and a guest researcher at the Max Planck Fellow Group in Comparative Constitutionalism at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity. Mariana holds […]

    Research Project:

    The Politics of Constitutional Rigidity.  For decades, the field of comparative constitutional law has been focused on the study of […]

  • Marta Morvillo

    Marta Morvillo is post-doctoral researcher at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG), University of Amsterdam. Before joining ACELG in 2018 as Marie Skłodowska Curie fellow, she was Max Weber fellow at the European University Institute in Florence (2017-2018) and post-doctoral researcher at the University of Bologna (2015-2017). Marta holds a Ph.D. in […]

    Research Project:

    The constitutional place of expertise. Developing a constitutional framework for experts’ involvement in EU decision-making. The legitimacy of expert-based decisions […]

  • Mateusz Grochowski

    Mateusz Grochowski is a 2020/2021 Emile Noël Global Fellow at New York University School of Law. He holds a PhD cum laude in private law from the Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences (2015), with the prize for the best Polish doctoral dissertation in private law, as well as an LL.M. […]

    Research Project:

    The Paradox of Consumer Protection in the Platform economy. My research for the Emile Noël Global Fellowship at NYU focuses […]

  • Olia Kanevskaia Whitaker

    Olia is a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for IT and IP Law (CiTiP) of the KU Leuven. She holds a PhD in Law and an LL.M in International and European Public Law (cum laude) from Tilburg University. Previously, Olia worked as a researcher and lecturer at the Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC). She […]

    Research Project:

    Between international custom and technical customs rules: regional practices for trade with occupied territories under WTO law. Trade with occupied […]

  • Orlando Scarcello

    Orlando Scarcello holds a Ph.D. in Law from Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa, with a thesis on European Constitutional Pluralism. He previously was LL.M. Researcher at the European University Institute and International Visiting Graduate Student at the University of Toronto. His research areas are EU law, public law, and jurisprudence. CONTACT:

    Research Project:

    Legal Institutionalism and The Intellectual Roots of Authoritarian Constitutionalism in Europe. This project aims at exploring the intellectual roots of […]

  • Rafael Lima Sakr

    Rafael will join the University of Sheffield Law School in 2020. He is an expert in international law and governance, international economic law and political economy, banking and financial law and policy. His primary project is on the role of law and lawyers in global governance, economic regionalism and sustainable development. He is also working […]

    Research Project:

    Global Trade Rulemaking and Regionalism: The Rise and Fall of Models of South-North Regional Trade Agreements The focus of my […]

  • Stefanie Egidy

    Stefanie Egidy is a post-doctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods in Bonn, Germany. Her research examines how democratic states and their institutions react to pressure and change. It explores how to safeguard the resilience of the constitutional and administrative order with a special focus on the behavior of public […]

    Research Project:

    Strategic Litigation Before Courts – A Theoretical, Doctrinal, and Empirical Study on Judicial Process. Strategic litigants use courts in order […]

  • Yuliya Kaspiarovich

    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 […]

    Research Project:

    EU Mixed Agreements under the stress of Brexit: Is there a solution for the UK’s continuous participation in EU mixed […]