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Prof. Dr. Neuwahl is currently a regular researcher at the Centre de Recherche en Droit Public and Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law at the Faculty of Law of the Université de Montréal, Canada, and President of the Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies.

A graduate from the University of Leiden, she has earned her Doctorate in Law at the European University Institute in 1988. She has worked at the University of Leiden, the European University Institute, the University of Leicester and the University of Liverpool and she is a longstanding visiting professor at Yeditepe Universtesi in Istanbul.

She has been awarded bursaries and grants for individual and collective research projects in Europe and elsewhere, notably by the European Commission and by various European and Canadian private and public institutions. Since 1985 she has published some 14 books and authored more than 65 book chapters and articles on issues related European integration, favouring topics related to external relations policy, European Union enlargement, constitutional law and human rights as well as immigration law and policy of European Union and its member states. She is co-director of European Foreign Affairs Review.

This year will see the publication of an edited book entitled 'The Philosophy of Small Change: Transnational Litigation in the EU and Beyond', and several articles and book chapters including 'The Institutional Impact of Turkish Accession to the EU', in: LAURSEN F. (ed.), EU Enlargement: Current Challenges and Strategic Choices. A full list of publications can be found together with the CV below.

Curriculum Vitae and list of publications