Law researchers receive Fulbright Schuman grants
Two second-year researchers have been awarded Fulbright Schuman grants, which will see them move to New York in the autumn.
Emmanuel De Groof, researching domestic transitional authorities, will spend one semester at New York University (NYU) School of Law within the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice.
Anna Marhold, who works on international trade law, will spend the academic year at the Jean Monnet Center for International and Regional Economic Law & Justice as part of NYU Law’s JSD programme.
The Fulbright Schuman programme aims to promote understanding between the EU and the US, and is open to academics working on a project that is relevant to at least two EU member states.