Dmitry Kurnosov

Dmitry Kurnosov is a Carlsberg Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Helsinki. He earned his LL.M at the Central European University in Budapest, and worked as a deputy spokesperson of the Russian Constitutional Court in 2011-2016. Dmitry then completed his Ph.D at the University of Copenhagen. His dissertation centered on how the European Court of…

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Anna Aurora Wennäkoski

Anna Aurora Wennäkoski (L.L.M, M.Sc.) is a Senior Specialist at the Ministry of Transports and Communication Finland. She has a over 10 years of professional experience from various legal positions from Finland, France and the United States. Her research interests include European law, legal theory, freedom of expression, First Amendment, data protection and privacy law.  

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Age Bakker

Age Bakker (1950) is Extraordinary Councilor at the Council of State of the Netherlands and Emeritus Professor of Financial Markets and Institutions at VU University Amsterdam. After graduating in economics from VU University Amsterdam in 1976 he joined the  Nederlandsche Bank, the Dutch central bank. After a two-year secondment at the International Monetary Fund (1979-81)…

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Stefan Korte

Stefan Korte (*1975 in Walsrode, Germany) is a professor of law at the University of Technology in Chemnitz. He holds a Chair in German Public Law at the faculty of economics since 2015. Korte is married and has got four children. Korte studied law at the University of Göttingen and was supported with a scholarship…

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Francisco Balaguer Callejón

Francisco Balaguer Callejón is Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Granada, Spain. He is also Jean Monnet Professor ad personam of European Constitutional Law and Globalization as well as Director of the Journal Revista de Derecho Constitucional Europeo.  He is Visiting Professor in USA, France, Italy, and Portugal. Dr. H.C. in Brazil.  Francisco is author of more than 500…

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Katja de Vries

Katja de Vries is an assistant professor in public law at Uppsala University specializing in Law and AI. She is also affiliated to the Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute (Stockholm) and the Center for Law, Science, Technology and Society (Brussels). Her current research focuses on the challenges that AI-generated content (‘deepfakes’ or ‘synthetic data’)…

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Jan Polański

Jan Polański, LL.M. is an Antitrust Policy Advisor working at the Polish Competition Authority. Before working as an advisor, Jan served for over five years as an antitrust case handler, dealing primarily with anticompetitive agreements, dawn raids, and forensic IT. Jan graduated in Law and Economics from Utrecht University. 

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Kári Hólmar Ragnarsson

Kári Hólmar Ragnarsson is assistant professor of law at the University of Iceland in Reykjavík, Iceland, where he teaches international law, human rights and constitutional law. He earned his Mag. Jur. law degree at the University of Iceland and practiced law as partner at Réttur – Aðalsteinsson &  Partners in Reykjavík, including in the aftermath…

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Sten Schaumburg-Müller

Sten Schaumburg-Müller is a law professor at University of Southern Denmark. He holds a PhD and a dr.jur. (habilitation), and his main areas of interest are media law, human rights law and legal philosophy. 

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Ondřej Svoboda

Ondřej Svoboda serves as a Deputy Head of the Political and Economic Section of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Tokyo, Japan. Before his posting he was a Deputy Head of the Unit of International Law of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic where he provided legal expertise in investment and…

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Berdien B. E. van der Donk

Berdien van der Donk is a PhD-fellow at the Centre for Private Governance (CEPRI), University of Copenhagen, Denmark, a lecturer in EU Internet Law at Copenhagen Business School, and a legal analyst for trademark and domain name cases at Clarivate’s Darts-IP. She obtained an LL.M. from the University of Copenhagen and Leiden University (the Netherlands).  …

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Henning Berger

Dr. Henning Berger is a partner of international law firm White & Case LLP in Berlin. Henning is a member of the firm`s international financial advisory group and heads their German financial regulatory practice. A focus of Henning`s practice is on European and cross-border issues of banking and insurance supervision, including the supervision by the…

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Qingxiu Bu

LLM (Soochow) LLM (Groningen) PhD (Birmingham) PGCHET (Queen’s) Qingxiu joined Faculty of Law, McGill University on 1 January 2019 as Li Kashing Professor. Having previously been a lecturer in law at Cardiff Law School, Cardiff University (2007-08), He also taught at School of Law, Queen\’s University Belfast (2008-13), during which he was in charge of…

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Dominik Eisenhut

Dominik Eisenhut is Senior Legal Counsel at Airbus Defence and Space\’s headquarters in Munich where he – inter alia – advises on EU law matters, notably regarding public procurement law, offset, and European defence funding. Prior to taking up his position at Airbus, he worked as a corporate attorney in Munich and at the Chair…

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Bugge Thorbjørn Daniel

Bugge Thorbjørn Daniel is Associate Professor in International Law at University of Southern Denmark and is currently leader of the research Group on EU Law and International Law. Bugge holds a Ph.D. in WTO law from University of Copenhagen. In 2018 he ended a 8 year membership of the board of the Danish Institute for…

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Carolina Dackö

Carolina Dackö is a Partner in Mannheimer Swartling\’s practice group Corporate Sustainability & Risk Management. She has 10 years of experience from working in Brussels, and 7 years in Sweden at international and Swedish law firms, and specializes in international trade law, import and export law, export control and sanctions law, customs law, trade defence…

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Michael Fehling

Prof. Dr. Michael Fehling, LL.M. (Berkeley) is Professor at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, where he has held the Chair of Public Law and Comparative Law since 2001. From 2009 – 2010 he served as Vice President of the Bucerius Law School. Previously he taught Public Law at the University of Freiburg im Breisgau. His…

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Bent Ole Gram Mortensen

Prof., Ph.D. Bent Ole Gram Mortensen holds a chair in “Commercial Law, including especially Environmental and Energy Law” at the University of Southern Denmark. For the last 28 years, Gram Mortensen has been engaged in the legal aspects of environmental and energy issues. He has written and contributed to a large number of articles and…

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Teoman Hagemeyer

Teoman M. Hagemeyer graduated from the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg in 2012 and 2014. He obtained a diploma in International Economic Law (major in International Economics) in 2012 with the diploma thesis “Tied Aid in International Economic Law”, supervised by Prof. Dr. Markus Krajewski. In 2014, he graduated in law, taking the first bar examination at the…

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Jonas Hallberg

Jonas Hallberg is a legal adviser as well as policy adviser at Swedish National Board of Trade. He works primarily with international investment law and the intersection between investment law and EU law. He works closely with the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs in all matters concerning international investment treaties as well as the negotiations…

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Steffen Hindelang

Steffen Hindelang is currently professor of international investment and trade law at Uppsala University in Sweden. He teaches and researches in the areas of international economic law, esp. international investment law, EU law and German public law. He is also faculty at the University of Southern Denmark and adjunct faculty at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and…

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Marek Jaśkowski

I am an assistant professor at the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Department of International and European Law. I specialize in EU administrative and economic law. My current research focuses on FDI screening, state-controlled enterprises in EU and international law and on public security exceptions in economic law. I am also a senior specialist…

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Henning Jessen

Henning Jessen is a fully qualified lawyer in his German home jurisdiction. He graduated from the University of Kiel in 2001. Supported by a Fulbright Scholarship, he has undertaken postgraduate studies in Admiralty and Maritime Law in the United States (Tulane Law School, New Orleans) from 2003-2004. He started his legal career as a WTO…

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Barbara Kaech

Barbara Kaech is the General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at Nord Stream 2 AG (Switzerland). She is a Swiss lawyer with admission to the bar in Switzerland and having studied law at the universities of Berne, Lausanne and Nijmegen. She also completed the Executive Master of European and International Business Law at the University of…

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Andreas Moberg

Andreas Moberg is a senior lecturer and associate professor at the Department of Law of the University of Gothenburg. He teaches and researches both EU law and Public international law, but specializes in EU Constitutional law. He has lectured in EU law as a visiting professor at Bond University (Australia), San Pablo CEU Madrid and…

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