Advisory Board

Top academics and practitioners that have all made an international name for themselves in the field of the EU’s external relations have endorsed CLEER. The members of the Advisory Board have committed themselves and their institutions to support and participate in the activities of CLEER with the aim of promoting innovative solutions to practical challenges to the external dimension of the EU’s legal order:

  • Dr. Jean-Francois Brakeland (European Commission)
  • Prof. Enzo Cannizzaro (Sapienza University of Rome)
  • Prof. Marise Cremona (European University Institute)
  • Prof. Jenö Czuczai (Council of the EU)
  • Prof. Simon Duke (European Institute of Public Administration)
  • Cesira D'Aniello (Council of the EU)
  • Prof. Piet Eeckhout (King's College London)
  • Prof. Inge Govaere (Ghent University, College of Europe)
  • Prof. Frank Hoffmeister (European Commission, Institute for European Studies)
  • Prof. Stephan Keukeleire (Leuven University)
  • Prof. Jan Klabbers (University of Helsinki)
  • Prof. Panos Koutrakos (City University London, Monckton Chambers)
  • Dr. Adam Lazowski (University of Westminster)
  • Prof. Marc Maresceau (University of Ghent)
  • Prof. Bernd Martenczuk (European Commission, Institute for European Studies)
  • Prof. Miguel Poiares Maduro (European University Institute)
  • Prof. Valsamis Mitsilegas (Queen Mary, University of London)
  • Prof. Eleftheria Neframi (University of Luxembourg)
  • Mr. Jean-Claude Piris (Council of the EU)
  • Judge Siniša Rodin (Zagreb University, European Court of Justice)
  • Judge Allan Rosas (European Court of Justice)
  • Ivo van der Steen (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Netherlands)
  • Dr. Fabien Terpan (Sciences Po, Grenoble)
  • Prof. Dr. Daniel Thym (University of Konstanz)
  • Prof. Martin Trybus (University of Birmingham)
  • Prof. Peter Van den Bossche (World Trade Institute, Bern)
  • Prof. Jan Wouters (Leuven University)
  • Prof. Peter Xuereb (University of Malta)
  • Prof. Gráinne de Búrca (New York University School of Law)

Through an expanding network of academics from both law and political science faculties and practitioners from national administrations and judiciaries, EU institutions and NGOs, CLEER is gradually establishing the first pan-European and multi-disciplinary community of specialists in the field of EU external relations.