Maddalen Martin holds a double degree in Law and Business Administration and Management from the University of Deusto (Spain). During her undergraduate studies, Maddalen did a traineeship at the law firm Gomez-Acebo y Pombo (2016).
She also holds an LL.M. in European Union Law from the College of Europe (Bruges).
She joined Member of European Parliament Carlos Iturgaiz’s office at the European Parliament in Brussels in October 2018. During the traineeship, she followed monitored the legislative work carried out by the Committee on Development, the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs and the Committee on Fisheries.
Between January and July 2019, Maddalen did a traineeship at Bertrand Wägenbaur’s law office in Brussels, where she advised clients (mainly EU institutions and agencies) in the field of EU civil service law. In addition, she contributed to the preparation of cases lodged before the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Maddalen joined the “Centre d’études juridiques européennes” (CEJE) in October 2019, where she is a PhD candidate and works as a research assistant for Professor Christine Kaddous. She assists the course on institutional law of the European Union and she is one of the coaches to the European Law Moot Court competition.
Languages: Spanish, French, English, Basque.
Areas of expertise: Internal market law, institutional law of the EU, external action of the EU, justice and home affairs.