Piotr Krajewski is a PhD Researcher at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG). Piotr works within the framework of the project ‘Separation of Powers for 21st Century Europe’ (SepaRope).
Maria Weimer is associate professor of EU law and regulation at the Law Faculty of the University of Amsterdam and a senior researcher at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG) and the interdisciplinary Amsterdam Centre for European Studies (ACES).
Anna Wallerman Ghavanini is associate professor of EU law at the University of Gothenburg and a member of the Centre for European Research (CERGU). She conducts research on procedural and constitutional law and judicial politics.
Allison Östlund, Ph.D. and lecturer at the School of Public Administration of the University of Gothenburg, has as main research area EU and procedural law. Her primary research topic is ex officio review as proxy for procedural justice for vulnerable litigants in a Swedish and European context.
Hannes Lenk is assistant professor of law at the University of Aarhus and member of the Centre for European Research (CERGU). His research focuses on the EU as a global actor, and in particular EU foreign investment and trade policy.
SepaRope is the first empirically-grounded and comparative project rethinking the theory and practices of Separation of powers in present-day European Union. It addresses the very core of ‘democratic governance in a turbulent age.’
Amsterdam Center for European Law and Governance
Amsterdam Law School, University of Amsterdam
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Nieuwe Achtergracht 166