Meet the Team running the Project
Nikos is the Principal Investigator of the project. He is a Lecturer in EU Law at the University of East Anglia. He obtained his LLB from the University of Aberdeen, his LLM from Maastricht University and his PhD from the European University Institute. His research interests lie in the intersection between EU law, comparative constitutional law and conflict resolution theory. He has published extensively on Brexit and its effect on the UK territorial constitution.
His most recent paper discusses how Scotland and N Ireland could remain in the single market even after Brexit. The paper has been widely sited by academics and discussed by the media in the UK (The National, 16 July 2016; The Scotsman, 18 July 2016; BBC, 23 July 2016; The National, 14 November 2017; Irish News, 14 November 2017) and abroad. Spiegel Online presented it in a front page article.
Recently, the GUE/NGL Parliamentary Group of the European Parliament has asked him to author a policy brief on how Northern Ireland can achieve a special status within the EU after Brexit. At the same time, Nikos works as an adviser to the Scottish Parliament on Brexit-related issues.
You can find a detailed list of his publications here.
Lottie is the Research Assistant in this project. She holds an LLB in Law with European Legal Systems from the University of East Anglia. During her time as an undergraduate she spent a year in Sweden studying European Law. In 2017 she won the SCL Essay prize. Her essay on autonomous vehicles was described by the judges as ‘a fascinating discussion of ethical issues in addition to legal considerations’. Lottie is currently undertaking an MSc in Countering Organised Crime and Terrorism at University College London.
Amanda Dorr is the School Manager of UEA Law School and the administrator for the conference. You can contact Amanda in regard to any logistical information prior to, and on the day of the conference, by email; email@example.com or phone on 01603 593456.