Dr Merijn Chamon
doctor in Law and academic assistant, Ghent European Law Institute
Merijn Chamon is Doctor in Law and academic assistant at the Ghent European Law Institute. He also holds a Master’s degree in EU-studies and a Master’s degree in European Law.
Merijn’s research interests encompass EU constitutional and institutional law (both internal and regarding external relations). As regards substantive law, he also has a keen interest in several areas of EU internal market law.
Merijn’s PhD research focused on the European (decentralized) agencies and his thesis was entitled ‘Transforming the EU Administration: Legal and Political Limits to Agencification’
Tuesday 22 November, 19.30 Flemish-Dutch House deBuren, Leopoldstraat 6, 1000 Brussels
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