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Martijn Hesselink has been appointed Professor of Transnational Law and Theory at the EUI from September 2019. Prior to joining the EUI, he was Professor of European Private Law at the University of Amsterdam, where he was also the founding Director of the Centre for the Study of European Contract Law. Professor Hesselink is an editor of the European Review of Contract Law. He served as a member of the European Commission's expert group on European contract law and wrote numerous studies, reports and briefing notes on matters of contract law and consumer law for the Legal Affairs Committee of the European Parliament. Professor Hesselink has been a visiting professor or fellow at several universities, including René Descartes (Paris V), Roma Tre, Católica Global School of Law (Lisbon), Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris I), Sciences Po (Paris), Columbia Law School (New York), and the Institute for European and Comparative Law (Oxford).
"I welcome research proposals on: European private law and its theory, especially contract, consumer and family law; EU justice; EU democracy; Transnational law, justice and democracy; Eurocentrism; Legal epistemology. I particularly encourage researchers to adopt normative and critical approaches to law, such as moral and political philosophy, feminist and critical race theory."