Department of Law

Law Alumna Camille Aynès receives Dalloz and Joinet 2021 Best Thesis Prizes

Camille Aynès has been awarded the prize for best doctoral thesis in Constitutional Law by the French legal publisher Dalloz and the 2021 Best Thesis Prize by the Joinet Institute.

15/10/2021 | News - Award

Camille Aynès has been awarded two French thesis prizes. She has received the 2021 Prix Dalloz from the prestigious French legal publisher, as well as the 2021 Best Thesis Prize awarded in the category "Concepts fondamentaux du droit constitutionnel" from the “Institut francophone pour la Justice et la Démocratie” Louis Joinet, previously the "Fondation Varenne." 

Camille Aynès' thesis La privation des droits civiques et politiques. L’apport du droit pénal à une théorie de la citoyenneté was defended at the European University Institute in September 2020. The committee included former EUI Professor of European Law Loïc Azoulai, Sciences-Po Paris, Professor Olivier Beaud, University Paris II Panthéon-Assas, Professor Xavier Pin, University of Lyon, and Professor Christoph Schönberger, University of Konstanz. The thesis will be published in April 2022 by the editor Dalloz. 

Currently, Camille Aynès is a Post-doctoral Researcher at the Centre de Théorie et Analyse du Droit in Paris (University Paris Nanterre/CNRS/ENS) and ComUE Paris Lumières. She is also teaching at the Social Sciences Department of the École Normale Supérieure Ulm.

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