Cooperation in criminal matters in the European Union and Human Rights: the example of the European Investigation Order
Author: Dominikos Arvanitis
University/Institution: Panteion University of Athens / Department of International, European and Area Studies
Short bio: Dominique Arvanitis, born 1983 in Geneva, is a graduate of Thessaloniki Law School and holds a Master Degree in European law (direction “criminal law and law theory”) from the Panteion University of Athens, where he is a PhD candidate in European criminal law. Dominique is a Supreme Court registered lawyer, member of the Athens Bar Association. He is member of the Legal Experts Advisory Panel of Fair Trials Europe as well as of the International Association of Penal Law, the Hellenic Criminal Bar Association, the Hellenic League for Human Rights etc. For his publications, see: https://panteion.academia.edu/DominiqueArvanitis .
Provisional title: Cooperation in criminal matters in the European Union and Human Rights: the example of the European Investigation Order
Name of supervisor/s: Olga Tsolka
Starting date: 2014-07-16
Excpected end date: 2019-07-16