Current and Forthcoming Visitors to the Institute





Dr Gunhan Gonul Kosar Hacettepe University August - January 2024 Sharenting: a comparative research on the violation of children's privacy online by their parents and the legal remedies available
Dr Christian Ruesing University of Muenster October 2023-January 2024 General clauses and their relationship to special provisions in EU private law

Dr Crina Baltag

(Stockholm Senior Visiting Fellow)

Stockholm University January - March 2024 Costs in International Arbitration
Dr Lorenzo Cecchetti  LUISS University

January - March 2024 

The Charter and the EU Law-Making Process: Towards a ‘Theory of Concretisation’ of EU Fundamental Social Rights 
Prof. Dr. Viktoria Robertson Vienna University of Economics and Business February - March 2024 Big Tech, Democracy and Antitrust 
Dr Pablo Angel Gutiérrez Colantuono   Universidad Nacional del Comahue March - May 2024 Prevention as a function of the Public Administrations 
Dr Matteo Turci Università degli Studi di Genova March - May 2024 Boundaries between contractual freedom and human rights
Professor Joon Hyong Lee   Hanyang University March - April 2024

Institutional and Theoretical Developments of Land Ownership in UK 

(With focus on Sectional Ownership)  


Dr Sevgi Can Aydin 


University of Cologne April - June 2024 Corporate Opportunity
Professor Johann Hattingh University of Cape Town April- July 2024

The Dialectical Relationship between Taxation and the Political Balance of Power: Legal Connectedness of Colonial-era Mining Enterprises in Africa: 1880-1950

Dr Jan Exner  Karlova University September  – November 2024 Advancing Democracy and the Rule of Law in Europe through Sport
Dr Sorin Dolea  Moldova State University October - December 2024 Comparative analysis of the use of Artificial Intelligence in international arbitration: a particular focus on environmental and green transition arbitrations 
Professor Claudia Haupt  Northeastern University March - May 2025

Talking Past Each Other Across the Pond: Why discussions of online speech regulation between the US and Europe fail and we can do about it


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