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Marie Spinoy

Marie Spinoy
Constitutional Law
Tiensestraat 41 - box 3413
3000 Leuven

tel: +32 16 37 73 60

Marie Spinoy has started work as a PhD Researcher in the area of discrimination law at the Leuven Institute for Constitutional Law in September 2018. She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree of Law after studying at Kortrijk (KULAK 2012-2014) and Leuven (KU Leuven 2014-2015), after which she completed the Research Master of Law (KU Leuven – Universiteit Tilburg 2015-2017). During her research master, she spent one semester at Duke Law School (James S. Bidlake Memorial Award) and participated in an interdisciplinary research programme of the Leuven Faculty of Law. She also studied at the University of Oxford (MJur, Magister Juris, 2017-2018) where she was a convenor of the Oxford Public Law Discussion Group and participated in several projects of Oxford Pro Bono Publico. Since October 2018, she is editor of the Leuven Blog for Public Law.

Her PhD project, under the supervision of Prof. Stefan Sottiaux, focuses on the role of the moral element in discrimination law. She is involved in the teaching of several courses at the public law department, including Public Law, Comparative Constitutional Law and Discrimination Law.

Research areas and interests

Discrimination law, human rights law, constitutional law, administrative law, EU law, international law.



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