LAW PhD wins Ius Commune Prize
Alexandre Saydé, who defended his thesis in the Law Department in 2012, has been awarded the Ius Commune Prize for his article ‘One Law, Two Competitions. An Enquiry into the Contradictions of Free Movement Law’, which was published last year in the Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies.
The Ius Commune Prize has been awarded since 2001. The prize is awarded to a PhD student or starting researcher who wrote an article of outstanding quality which falls within the material scope encompassed by the objectives of the Research School Ius Commune.
The value of the prize is €1,250.