Stephanie Law is a Senior Research Fellow.
Stephanie studied law at the University of Glasgow (LLB, First Class, 2009) and the University of Edinburgh (LLM, Distinction, 2010) and has a Ph.D. in EU Law from the European University Institute in Florence (2014). Prior to joining the MPI, she was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Faculty of Law at McGill University, Montréal, a position for which she received funding from The Leverhulme Trust. During the course of her doctoral research, she was a Visiting Scholar at Columbia Law School and a stagiaire in the Cabinet of Judge Christopher Vajda at the Court of Justice of the EU. Her research interests are in the areas of EU private and international law, particularly fundamental rights and consumer protection, transnational private and public regulation, legal theory and methodology (with a focus on general principles and comparative law in international courts). She has worked in these fields as a researcher for a number of organisations, has taught property law at Tilburg University and international private law at the University of Glasgow, and is currently a fellow of the HEC-NYU Public Interest Clinic and a member of the Academic Research Panel of Blackstone Chambers.
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