Ms Nadine Zipperle
Nadine is a doctoral candidate and part-time teacher at the Durham Law School and holds a Durham Law School Scholarship.
Under the supervision of Dr. Eleanor Spaventa and Dr. Robert Schütze, Nadine's current research explores the constitutional effects of international agreements under Articles 24 and 38 of the Treaty on the European Union, with a particular focus on their potential effects on individuals. The research addresses institutional and constitutional issues in the light of the Treaty of Lisbon.
Nadine studied law at the Universities of Constance, Frankfurt am Main and Vienna and graduated with distinction at the Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe University in Frankfurt in 2008 (First State Examination in Law). She specialised in European law during her postgraduate studies at Durham Law School (LL.M. European Legal Studies).
Nadine is a member of the Durham European Law Institute and the Human Rights Centre.
- EU Law
- European and national Constitutional Law
- European and national Fundamental Rights
- External Relations of the European Union