After a 14-month post-doc at the Technical University of Munich, Hadrien Macq returned to Liège as a FNRS research fellow.
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His research project questions EU customs law in the context of e-commerce.
Our Research Unit awarded its 4th Seal of Excellence to Nathan Flore for his research project on smart cities.
The ULiège team, represented by Margaux Clément, returned victorious, winning the title of "Winning Advocate General".
His project aims to demonstrate the value of a more humanizing approach to the assessment and reintegration of minors in conflict with the law.
Clélia Jadot joins the department of Prof. Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel. Her research project aims at improving the ex-ante control of the granting of state aid.
Her research project focuses on the involvement of genetic and genomic technologies in the reproductive process.
How to preserve the independence of the medical sector from the pharmaceutical industry? This crucial question, particularly at a time of health crisis, is the subject of Lucas Bechoux's research.
How can the right to privacy and the right to data protection be protected when actors like Facebook or WhatsApp are called upon to collaborate in criminal investigations?
Alyson Berrendorf, a doctoral student in the Department of Criminal Law and Procedure, was awarded an FNRS fellowship this summer, which will allow her to continue developing her thesis.
Marie-Sophie Silan, an assistant in the department of Roman and comparative private law, was awarded an FNRS grant this summer to develop her thesis on the legal status of women in the Principality of Liège during the modern period (1477-1795).
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