Researchers at the University of Oxford, Cambridge, the European University Institute in Florence and the Maastricht University, among others have won the ELFA Best Award.
The thesis awarded dealt with different issues of European Law considered in a broad sense. Topics included the abuse of Union Law and the regulation of the Internal Market, the regulation of mobility rights and National Higher Education autonomy in the EU, the primacy of European Law and constitutional identities, direct taxation and the Internal Market, the power of reason and EU regulation and European intermediary liability in copyright.
ELFA AWARD 2018 APPLICATION
ELFA AWARD 2017
The Winners of the 2017 Best Award on European Law have been announced! Francisco Joel Reyes y Ráfales and Zane Rasnača have been declared joint winners.
Francisco Joel defended his thesis at the Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn. His thesis is entitled: “Unterschiedslose Beschränkungen des Warenexports in andere Mitgliedstaaten als Eingriffe in die EU-Warenverkehrsfreiheit gem. Art. 35 Alt. 2 AEUV?.”
Zane defended her thesis at the European University Institute of Florence, the title of which is “First or one among equals? The CJEU and the construction of EU social policy.”
Congratulations to the winners!
ELFA AWARD 2016
At the ELFA Conference in Brno (Czech Republic), Dr. Alexander Hoogenboom from Maastricht University was awarded First Place for his thesis on “Balancing Student Mobility Rights and National Higher Education Autonomy in the European Union”.
Dr. Christina Joanna Angelopoulos from University of Cambridge was placed Proxime Accessit for her thesis on “European Intermediary Liability in Copyright”.
2014 ELFA AWARD
The second ELFA Thesis Award was announced at the European Parliament in Brussels and awarded to Dr. Anzhela Yevgenyeva, for her thesis Direct Taxation and the Internal Market: Assessing Possibilities for a More Balanced Integration, defended at the University of Oxford.
Proxime Accessit was Dr. Vesselin Paskalev, for his thesis The Power of Reason(s): Argumentative Rationality and EU Regulation, defended at the European University Institute, Florence.