Dr. Nikos Skoutaris

Nikos Skoutaris is a lecturer of EU Law at the Law School of the University of East Anglia. He obtained his PhD from the EUI in 2009. His research interest lies in the interface between EU law, comparative constitutional law and conflict resolution theory. For three years, he was a member of the ERC-funded European and National Constitutional Law project (EuNaCon). His current research focuses on the constitutional accommodation of ethno-territorial conflicts in Europe. He is the author of numerous articles in leading peer-reviewed journals such as the Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, the German Yearbook of International Law, the European Law Review and the Common Market Law Review. He is the author of “The Cyprus Issue: the four freedoms in a (member-) state of siege” (Hart Publishing) and “Territorial Pluralism in Europe: Vertical separation of powers in the EU and its Member States” (forthcoming, Hart Publishing).