Student Lunch with Mislav Mataija
Sign up (via symplicity) to have a small group discussion over lunch with a leading international scholar! Open to all Law School Students.
Mislav Mataija, Ph.D. (European University Institute, Florence), LLM (Columbia Law School, New York, Fulbright Scholar and Kent Scholar '09), LLB (University of Zagreb Faculty of Law) is a member of the Legal Service of the European Commission, WTO & Trade Policy Team, and a visiting professor at Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, Paris.
He represents the European Union in World Trade Organization disputes and advises the European Commission on trade law matters. He also represents the European Commission in litigation before the European Court of Justice in various areas of European Union law.
He has broad expertise in internal market, competition and trade law. He also has extensive academic experience. Prior to Sciences Po, he taught at the Catholic Universities of Lille and Lyon, worked as a researcher at the European University Institute Centre for Judicial Cooperation, and for a number of years as a lecturer at the Jean Monnet Department of European Public Law at the University of Zagreb. He gave invited lectures at a number of institutions, including Columbia Law School (2017), Tilburg University, University of Antwerp, Cambridge University, University of Murcia, and the European Court of Justice.
He has published extensively on European Union and international law issues. His monograph, “Private Regulation and the Internal Market: Sports, Legal Services, and Standard Setting in EU Economic Law”, based on his Ph.D. research, was published by Oxford University Press in 2016.
This student lunch series is supported by the Parker School for Foreign and Comparative Law, which has been supporting the study of foreign and comparative law at Columbia Law School for nearly 100 years. These lunches, generally with no more than eight or ten students, provide an opportunity for students to interact with leading scholars and practitioners in an informal setting.
Location: Jerome Greene Hall 602
Catering provided by Eat Offbeat