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Dr Anne Thies

Name:
Dr Anne Thies
Job Title:
Associate Professor
Ms A Thies

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Responsibilities

Dr Anne Thies currently teaches the following courses:

  • LLB: Foundations of European Union Law; Public International Law
  • LLM: The EU as a Global Actor; Legal Aspects of International Trade and the WTO; International Dispute Settlement; Introduction to International Law

She is the Law School's lead of the Athena SWAN initiative, European Engagement Officer and, together with Dr Alison Bisset, responsible for the PG study trip to Geneva.

Lead and co-lead PhD supervisor of:

  • Natasha Georgiou (2013-), EU-Russia energy relations and the protection of investors
  • Wanni Teo (2011-2016), Privacy and data surveillance in European Union Counter-Terrorism Action
  • David Yuratich (2010-2014), The Court of Justice of the European Union and Models of EU Democracy

Areas of Interest

EU external relations law, international trade law, EU constitutional law, public international law, international dispute settlement

Postgraduate research opportunities: Dr Thies is interested in receiving proposals for MRes and doctoral study in European and international law, in particular in the area of EU external relations law, international trade law, on other legal issues arising at the intersection between EU and international law, and international dispute settlement.

Research groups / Centres

Publications

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Further publications

Harding, M & Newnham, A, 'Initial Research Findings: The Typical Levels of Parental Involvement where Post-Separation Parenting is Resolved by Court Order' [2014] Family Law 672-675.

Newnham, A, 'Common Intention Constructive Trusts: A Way Forward' [2013] Family Law 718-721.

Newnham, A, 'Shared Residence: Lessons from Sweden' [2011] Child and Family Law Quarterly 251-267.

'Law's Gendered Understandings of Parents' Responsibilities in Relation to Shared Residence' in J Bridgeman, H Keating and C Lind (eds), Regulating Family Responsibilities (Ashgate 2011) 137-151.

Qualifications

First State Exam in Law (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat, Munich); Second State Exam in Law and admission as Rechtsanwaltin (barrister/solicitor) in Munich; LL.M. (London School of Economics), Ph.D. (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat, Munich)

Biography

Anne joined the Law School in September 2007. In her research Anne focuses on European and public international law. She is particularly interested in EU external relations law, international trade law, the interrelationships between different international legal systems and international dispute settlement. Her monograph International Trade Disputes and EU Liability was published with Cambridge University Press (2013). Anne obtained a Jean Monnet Fellowship at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies of the European University Institute in Florence (2010/11). She is a Visiting Fellow at the Centre of European Law, King's College London and Editorial Board Member of ZEuS (Zeitschrift für Europarechtliche Studien, Berliner Wissenschaftsverlag). Anne has acted as external examiner (UG, PGT and PGR) and referee for articles, edited collections and monographs (e.g. European Public Law, CUP, Hart, OUP). She is admitted to the German bar as Rechtsanwältin (solicitor/barrister) and trained as a mediator. Anne speaks English, French, German and Italian.

In 2017, Anne established - together with her co-editors Professor Christina Eckes (Amsterdam) and Professor Piet Eeckhout (UCL) - the academic journal Europe and the World - A Law Review, which is the first peer-reviewed academic journal in the field of EU external relations. It aims to contribute to legal scholarship on the place of Europe in the world, with a particular focus on EU external relations law. She is co-founder of the Interest Group "The EU as a Global Actor" of the European Society of International Law (ESIL), which was launched in September 2012, and interested in international collaborative projects in that field.

Anne welcomes proposals from prospective doctoral students with an interest in international trade law, international dispute settlement, EU external relations law and related issues.

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