Senior Emile Noël Fellows

  • Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez

    Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez is Professor of public law at Université Paris Nanterre, director of the CREDOF (Centre d’études et de recherches sur les droits fondamentaux) and a senior member of the Institut universitaire de France. She was a post-doctoral Fulbright fellow at Northwestern University Law School, a Marie Curie Fellow at the European University Institute […]

    Research Project:

    For a spatial turn in the constitutional theory of equality and nondiscrimination. Many tensions currently lie at the heart of […]

  • Emile Noël Fellows

    • Claudia Cinnirella

      Claudia Cinnirella is a research fellow in EU Law at the Department of Law of the University of Catania within the research project “ExTemPoRe. Exceptionally Bad Times. Memory, Policy and Regulation of Transnational Crisis”, where she works on the role of interstate solidarity in the management of transboundary crises. She graduated in law with honors […]

      Research Project:

      Liminal Solidarity. The (de)construction of Member States’ interdependence within the EU transitional legal order. Interstate solidarity is an essential character […]

    • Corrado Caruso

      Corrado Caruso is associate professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Bologna, where he graduated in 2007 with full marks cum laude. In 2010 (spring semester), he was visiting researcher at the Yale Law School, where he sharpened his studies on First Amendment and freedom of speech.  In 2011 he earned his PhD in […]

      Research Project:

      Freedom of Speech Reloaded.  Rethinking theorical foundations and regulatory framework of public discourse in the digital age. The research proposal […]

    • Fernando Pastor-Merchante

      Fernando Pastor-Merchante is Assistant Professor of Law at IE University Law School (Spain), where he teaches constitutional, administrative and European Union law. He is the author of The Role of Competitors in the Enforcement of State Aid Law (Oxford: Hart, 2017) and of numerous publications on EU administrative law and State aid governance. His publications […]

      Research Project:

      Spain and the European Union. The main theme that runs across my research agenda is administrative justice: the legal toolkit […]

    • Michał Stambulski

      Michał Stambulski is a postdoctoral researcher at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands and executive director at the Centre for Legal Education and Social Theory at the University of Wrocław, Poland. He was a visiting scholar at the Faculty of Law of the University of New South Wales, Australia and Oñati International Institute of Sociology of […]

      Research Project:

      Embodying Constitutional Values. Ethnographic Inquiry into Polish Constitutional Court (1989-2022). This project involves ethnographic research on the Polish Constitutional Court […]

    • Nedim Hogic

      Nedim Hogic holds an LLB from University of Sarajevo, LLM from Harvard Law School and a PhD in Law from Sant’ Anna School of Advanced Studies. He has authored a number of articles in the field of corruption studies, international law and rule of law and development. He has advised clients in the private and […]

      Research Project:

      Judicial Anti-Corruption Campaigns and Their Consequences – The Constitutional Crisis in Romania.  As a part of my dissertation project, I […]

    • Virginia Passalacqua

      Virginia Passalacqua is an expert in EU law, migration, and legal mobilization, which she investigates from a law and society perspective. She is interested in understanding how social movements and civil society actors use litigation at the EU level and, vice versa, how EU law impacts social justice, discrimination, and minorities’ rights. Virginia holds a […]

      Research Project:

      Unmobilized rights. Explaining the absence of EU litigation for migrant rights. Litigation before the EU Court of Justice (ECJ) is […]