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ACELG invites interested researchers working in the field of European public law, public administration or related fields to apply for a short-term, self-funded research stay at the centre. On this page, find information on how to apply and a list of former visitors.

Jacob Oberg (Örebro University), September 2022

Jacob is an Associate Professor in EU law at Örebro University and a postdoctoral fellow in law at Lund University. Dr Oberg is currently carrying out the project 'Normative foundations for integrated EU criminal law - powers, restrictions and justifications'. 

Martin Westlund (University of Gothenburg), January 2022

Martin Westlund is a PhD student in EU law at University of Gothenburg. He studies separation of powers in EU migration case law.

Merve Sizer (Ankara University), July 2021

Merve is a PhD student at Ankara University Faculty of Law and a fourth-year lawyer registered at the Ankara Bar Association in Turkey. During her stay at ACELG, she will study the protection of the best interests of migrant children under EU law.

Amanda Mauri (University of Michigan), September 2020

Amanda is a PhD student in Political Science and Health Policy at the University of Michigan. Her research explores market governance with significant health consequences. 

Tammy Hervey (University of Sheffield), March 2020

Tamara K Hervey, (LLB (Hons) (Glasgow), PhD (Sheffield), Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Honorary Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health) is Jean Monnet Professor of EU Law at the University of Sheffield, UK.  

Mary Guy (Lancaster University), March 2020

Mary Guy is Lecturer in Law at Lancaster Law School (UK), and between January and April 2020 she is a visiting researcher at Kent Brussels School of International Studies, Amsterdam Centre for European Law & Governance (ACELG) and Maastricht University.

Shiva Bazargan (Shahid Beheshti University), January 2020

Shiva Bazargan (PhD candidate at University of Shahid Beheshti) is researching intersectionality theory and its impact on anti-discrimination law with an emphasis on Iranian women. She holds a bachelor's degree in Law from Tabriz University and a master’s degree in Public law from the University of Shahid Beheshti, Tehran. Read more about Shiva's research.

Antoine Vauchez (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), September 2019

Antoine Vauchez is a CNRS Research Professor (Directeur de recherche) in political sociology and law at the Centre européen de sociologie et de science politique (Ehess - Université Paris 1-Sorbonne) and a Permanent Visiting professor at iCourts Research centre (Univ. of Copenhagen).

Adam McCann (University of Exeter), August 2019

Adam McCann is a Lecturer in Law (Education and Research) with research interests in the relation between law, governance, and human rights. His specific research focus is on the legal framework surrounding end-of-life medical decisions in the context of broader governance and political theories. 

Kilyong Song (Korean Fair Trade Authority), August 2018

Kilyong Song is an investigator at the Public Disclosure Division of the Korea Fair Trade Commission in Sejong, South Korea. Among other activities he has been investigating anti-competition cases and monitoring corporate governance and competition among the Korean conglomerate companies.

Dr Floris de Witte, February 2018

Floris de Witte is Associate Professor at LSE Law. He teaches EU law in the LL.B, LL.M and MSc. Floris' research deals with the interaction between EU law and political theory, with particular emphasis on free movement, the Euro-crisis and the role of the individual in the EU.