Chloé holds an LL.M. in European law (College of Europe, Bruges, 2009-2010, grade « very good ») et d’un master 2 « European economic law » (Sciences Po Paris, University of Strasbourg, grade « assez bien »). After working two years as an academic assistant in the legal department of the College of Europe, she is since July 2012 PhD researcher at the Institute for European Studies. Since September 2013, she is a member of the GEM PhD School, Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate « Globalisation, the EU & Multilateralism ».
I- Research activities
Her doctoral research focuses on the European legal framework in relation with the fight against Trafficking in Human Beings, and its externalisation outside the European Union’s borders. Her research is realised under the co-supervision of Prof. A Weyembergh, IEE-ULB, and Prof. R. Roth, University of Geneva.
She is also interested in other aspects of European Criminal Law and in the free movement of persons within the European Union.
- Case-note “Minh Khoa Vo”, affaire C-83/12 PPU, RDUE, n°2-2012
- Case-note “Rahman”, affaire C-83/11, RDUE, to be published
- Article “La Belgique : moteur de l’espace européen de justice pénale?”, with Anne Weyembergh, Revue des Affaires Européennes, to be published.
For a detailed list, please consult the CV.
Chloé Brière (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Institut d’études européennes
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