I am an assistant professor in European law, investigating the delicate (and sometimes puzzling) co-existence of elements of unity and diversity in the European Union legal order. Particularly, my research focuses on the consequences of European integration for people on the move. I am interested in the experiences of mobile EU citizens and those who come from outside Europe. Unity in diversity - the EU's snazzy motto - may therefore be a good encapsulation of what I am interested in: I explore constitutional and legislative arrangements that accommodate elements of unity and diversity and examine how these legal structures affect mobile individuals in their daily lives.
If you are interested in my research or you work on similar topics, I'd be thrilled to hear from you.
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