The Antonio Cassese Prize is awarded annually for the best EUI Doctoral Thesis in International Law.
Prize in honour of the outstanding lawyer who was among the most distinguished figures in international law and international criminal justice. It has been conferred for the first time at the Degree Conferring Ceremony on 13 June 2014.
Mauro Cappelletti Prize
The Mauro Cappelletti prize has been awarded annually since 2005 to commemorate the great legal scholar and former EUI professor, Mauro Cappelletti, who passed away in 2004.
- 2022 Leticia Diez Sanchez (PhD Law 2021) Integration through Law and its Discontents: Unveiling the distributive impact of judge-made law in the EU
- 2021 Virginia Passalacqua (Law PhD 2020) Legal mobilization and the judicial construction of EU migration law
- 2020: Lamin Khadar (LAW PhD 2019) Expanding access to justice: an exploration of large firm pro bono practice across Europe
- 2019: Afroditi-Ioanna Marketou (LAW PhD 2018) Local meanings of proportionality: judicial review in France, England and Greece
- 2018: Zane Rasnaca (LAW PhD 2017) First or one among equals?: the CJEU and the construction of EU social policy
- 2017: Vera Pavlou (LAW PhD 2016) Migrant domestic workers in the European Union. The role of law in constructing vulnerability
- 2016: Bosko Tripkovic (Law PhD 2015) The metaethics of constitutional adjudication
- 2015: Marina Aksenova (Law PhD 2014) Complicity in International Criminal Law
- 2014: Joris Larik (Law PhD 2013) Worldly Ambitions: Foreign policy objectives in European constitutional law
- 2013: François-Xavier Millet (Law PhD 2012) L'Union européenne et l'identité constitutionnelle des Etats membres
- 2012: Michal Bobek (Law PhD 2011) Comparative Reasoning in European Supreme Courts - A Study in Foreign Persuasive Authority
- 2011: Barbara Gabor (Law PhD 2010), Institutional and Regulatory Competition in Europe: Connecting Some Pieces of the Puzzle on When, How and Why it Can Work
- 2010: Joana Mendes (Law PhD 2009), Rights of Participation in European Administrative Law - A Rights-Based Approach to Participation in Rulemaking
- 2009: Kathrin Scherr (Law PhD 2008), The Principle of State Liability for Judicial Breaches: The case Gerhard Köbler v. Austria under EC Law and from a comparative national law perspective
- 2009: Silvia D’Ascoli (Law PhD 2008), Sentencing in Criminal International Law: The approach of the two UN ad hoc Tribunals and future perspectives for the International Criminal Court
- 2008: Annelies Verstichel (Law PhD 2007), Representation and Identity - The Right of Persons Belonging to Minorities to Effective Participation in Public Affairs: Content, Justification and Limits
- 2007: Eva Storskrubb (Law PhD 2006), Judicial Corporation in Civil Matters - A Policy Area Uncovered
- 2006: Nelius Carey (Law PhD 2005), Opening up Marriage to Same-sex Couples. Why "Separate but Equal" is Intrinsically Disordered
- 2005: Florian Hoffmann (Law PhD 2004), Are Human Rights Transplantable? Reflections ona Pragmatic Theory of Human Rights under Conditions of Globalization
Jacqueline Suter Prize
The Jacqueline Suter prize for an excellent thesis on a topic of EU law, is most generously sponsored on a personal basis by the friends and colleagues at the European Court of Justice of the late Dr. Jacqueline Suter, who died in 2009. Jackie worked for many years as a Head of Division at the European Court of Justice and it is the wish of those who knew her in Luxembourg that her name should be commemorated here at the EUI, to which she always remained very fondly attached. Jackie was one of the first British researchers to take her Ph.D. here in the Law Department on 25 March 1985 under the supervision of Prof. Klaus Hopt on the topic "The Regulation of Insider Dealing in Britain and France".
The prize was first awarded in 2009 and again in June 2012.
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