Giulia La Torre
GEM-DIAMOND doctoral fellow
ESR 16 – The European Constitutional Counter-Revolution
Broadly interested in the inter-linkages between the authority of law, constitutional discourse and the legitimacy of adjudication, I am presently engaged in the substantive study of the primacy of EU law. The focus of my current research lies, more specifically, on the conceptual profile, normative underpinnings and relational positioning of the EU law principle of primacy, which I intend to reconstruct largely on the basis of the CJEU’s jurisprudence and in the light of the persistent, and ongoing, wave of national constitutional contestation.
Of authority and competing loyalties: Understanding the contested primacy of EU law
Essays on the intellectual contours, normative underpinnings, judicial conceptualization and justificatory function of the EU Law principle of primacy
- Nicolas Levrat
- Anne Weyembergh
The 2nd GEM-DIAMOND’s Citizen Innovation Lab on Impact and Social Science
19 June 2023
Research impact and its relation to science and society: a tale from the crossroads
Birth of the GEM-DIAMOND Fellowship of the Ph.D.
1 October 2022
16 MSCA Fellows successfully selected following a gruelling selection process.