Roila Mavrouli is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at CNRS and HEC Paris in the field of public and European law.
She is currently working on the new EU instruments for the protection of the rule of law with Arnaud Van Waeyenberge (ANR project). Her research seeks to put the European situation into perspective by assesing the effectiveness of the protection of the rule of law in the EU Member States. She aims to identify the conception of the rule of law that is effectively produced by the EU through its new strategy and searches to determine to what extent the conception of the rule of law effectively promoted by the Union is inspired by, and in line with, those developed at the international level. Her research pursues an internal connection between the three major crises – sovereign debt, migration and rule of law – seemingly intertwined into Europe’s “crisis of values”.
She holds a PhD in law from the University Paris Nanterre in cotutelle with the University of Luxembourg, an LL.M. in International and European Law from the University Jean Moulin Lyon 3, a Masters in Political philosophy and sociology from the University Paris 7 Diderot and an LL.B. from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
From 2016 to 2023 she taught European law, introduction to public law, constitutional law, comparative law and legal methodology at the University of Luxembourg, at the University Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle and at the University of Vientiane.
She has held a position of junior lecturer (ATER) with a specific focus on European law (citizenship, migration and justice), environmental law and international human rights’ law (ECHR). She has pursued traineeships at the GISTI and at the Court of Justice of the European Union and has worked with legal experts on the Charterpedia project focusing on fundamental rights within the EU (FRA).
Academic Responsibilities at HEC
- 2021- CNRS Postdoctoral Research Fellow CNRS