Research and Teaching Assistant
Alicja Słowik obtained a Master of International Law at the University of Strasbourg and an LL.M in European Legal Studies at the College of Europe in Bruges. In 2017-2018 she studied law at King’s College London in the framework of the Erasmus exchange programme.
During her studies, Alicja accomplished several internships in law firms and in different entities of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In particular she worked as a trainee at the Permanent Representation of the Republic of Poland to the Council of Europe in Strasbourg and in the Legal and Treaty Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Warsaw.
From September 2020 to January 2021 Alicja worked as a teaching assistant for the course of EU Constitutional Law at the Institute for European Law at KU Leuven. She then accomplished an internship in the European Court of Justice in the Cabinet of the Advocate General Pikamäe.
Alicja joined the “Centre d’études juridiques européennes” (CEJE) in September 2021. She assists Professor Christine Kaddous for the course “EU law”. She is one of the coaches to the European Law Moot Court competition. She also conducts a PhD research in the field of fundamental rights in EU Migration Law.
Languages : Polish, French, English, Italian.
Areas of expertise: EU Constitutional law, EU Fundamental Rights, EU Anti-Discrimination Law, EU Migration Law, Area of Freedom, Security and Justice.