Ezgi Özlü

Ezgi Özlü

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ezgi.ozlu@mpi.lu

Ezgi Özlü is a Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law, in the department of International Law and Dispute Resolution. She is currently a PhD candidate under the supervision of Elisabeth Lambert, CNRS research director (Strasbourg University). Her PhD project examines to what extent do costs and expenses impact (facilitate or affect) access to justice in the context of the individual application mechanism to the European Court of Human Rights.

After her undergraduate studies in law (Başkent University, Ankara), she obtained Master’s degrees in Public Law (Galatasaray University, İstanbul) and Human Rights Law (Strasbourg University). Before joining the Max Planck Institute, Ezgi worked on the update of the Memorandum prepared by the Department for the Execution of Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights on monitoring of the payment of sums awarded by way of just satisfaction. She also worked as a teaching assistant in constitutional law (2014- 2016).

Her main research interests include international, European and comparative human rights law.