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Workshop: MAXQDA Starter Workshop for Lawyers


Department of Law

This workshop focuses on MAXQDA 2020, which is a software which allows for the storage, organisation and analysis of all kind of documents. The software is particularly attractive for lawyers working ...


Organiser:
Hannah Adzakpa (EUI)

Location:
Sala del Torrino - Villa Salviati- Castle
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Thesis defence: Of Masters, Slaves, Behemoths and Bees. The Rise and Fall of the Link between Competition, Competition Law and Democracy


Department of Law

The idea that the preservation of competition through competition law contributes to the protection of democracy constitutes a recurrent theme, or even a foundational myth, of US antitrust and EU comp...


Defendant:
Elias Raphael Caspa Deutscher (EUI - Law)

Supervisor:
Prof. Giorgio Monti

Contact:
Valeria Raso - Send a mail

Location:
ZOOM - Online
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Thesis defence: Protecting the Environment Against the Impacts of Armed Conflict


Department of Law

Environmental protection during and after armed conflict has gained significant momentum, as evinced by the proposed inclusion of a provision related to the topic in the draft Global Pact for the Envi...


Contact:
Valeria Raso - Send a mail

Supervisor:
Prof. Nehal Bhuta (EUI - Department of Law)

Defendant:
Stavros Pantazopoulos (EUI - Law)

Examiner:
Prof. Joanne Scott (EUI - Law Department)
Prof. Malgosia Fitzmaurice (Queen Mary University)
Prof. Steven Ratner (University of Michigan)

Location:
Sala del Consiglio - Villa Salviati- Castle
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Thesis defence: Beyond the ‘Master’s Tools’: Putting Intersectionality to Work in European Non-Discrimination Law - A Study of the European Union and the Council of Europe Non-Discrimination Law Regimes


Department of Law

This Ph.D. thesis investigates the deployment in European non-discrimination law of a range of critical theoretical insights commonly understood under the term ‘intersectionality’. In equality law, in...


Contact:
Helene Debuire Franchini - Send a mail

Defendant:
Raphaële Mathilde V Xenidis (EUI - Law)

Examiner:
Prof. Bruno De Witte (EUI)
Professor Emmanuelle Bribosia (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
Professor Sophie Robin-Olivier (Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne)

Supervisor:
Prof. Claire Kilpatrick (EUI - Law Department)

Location:
Sala degli Stemmi - Villa Salviati- Castle
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