Fields of activities:
Brief description of your activity focus
EU law teaching: how law incorporates insights from other sciences (economics, psychology)
Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
By training, I am a lawyer with a background in Economics. My initial field of specialisation is competition law. My PhD focused on how judges can use economics when applying competition law.
I am currently conducting a research on how psychology could be used in applying EU consumer law - with a view to find analogies in the ways law absorbs sciences (or external knowledge more generally).
I have an interest in Law and Neuroscience and I am a member of a network in the making, which aims at studying this interface.
I teach various EU law courses on internal market, competition law, general principles of EU law, EU contract law and a course on law & economics.
I have taken part in training sessions for judges.