Vincent Réveillère wins two thesis prizes

Written by Jacqueline Gordon on . Posted in Academic news, Prizes and awards

Congratulations to 2017 Law alumnus Vincent Réveillère, who has been awarded two thesis prizes in France.

Vincent was recently named the recipient of the 2018  Prix Pierre-Henri Teitgen, awarded each year to a doctoral thesis in Law, written in French, that contributes to knowledge about European integration.

In addition, he also received the 2018 Best Thesis Prize awarded by the Fondation Varenne in the category of ‘Théorie générale et philosophie du droit’.

Vincent’s thesis is entitled Le juge et le travail des concepts juridiques : le cas de la citoyenneté de l’Union européenne, and his committee included Professor Loïc Azoulai, University of Paris (Supervisor, formerly EUI); Professor Myriam Benlolo Carabot, Paris Nanterre University; Professor Jean-Yves Chérot, Aix-Marseille University; Professor Urška Šadl, EUI.

 

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