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Research interests

Jule is a European Comparative lawyer who has widely published within the field of European, International and Comparative gender equality law and Comparative methodology. Her new project on consumer vulnerability (funded by the Leverhulme Trust) analysis the EU concept of vulnerability from a theoretical and comparative perspective.

Within comparative law, she is specifically interested in the dialogue between the Court of Justice of the EU and the national courts of the EU Member States, and how this dialogue can positively support substantive rights and social development (e.g. regarding gender equality) in the diverse national cultural context of the Member States.

Jule welcomes PhD applications in European law, Comparative law, Employment and Equality law. 

Structured keywords and research groupings

  • Centre for Law at Work
  • Centre for Law and Enterprise
  • Centre for European and Public Law


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