Magdalena Maria Socha
PhD Student, PhD fellow
Karen Blixens Plads 16, 2300 KÃ¸benhavn S, 6B Bygning 6B, Building: 6B-3-04
Faculty of Law Research Centres
Karen Blixens Plads 16
2300 København S
Magdalena is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Legal Studies in Welfare and Market (WELMA) at the University of Copenhagen. She is interested in public procurement and competition law and currently focuses her research on framework agreements in the EU public procurement law context. She holds a Master’s in law degree from the Jagiellonian University (Poland) and LL.M. in European Business Law (Honour’s) from Aix-Marseille Université (France).
Parallel framework Agreements
Magdalena’s PhD project forms a part of the research project ‘CPB-Project: Safeguarding competition and equal access to Central Purchasing Bodies’ agreements’, which is carried out and supervised by Professor Carina Risvig Hamer and financed by DFF Inge Lehmann.
The project’s main objective is to answer the research question of when and how it is possible to create parallel framework agreements and whether the creation of such is in line with the EU public procurement and competition law principles. The intended research outcome is a comprehensive monograph containing both empirical and dogmatic analysis of parallel framework agreements.
Magdalena is teaching EU law seminars as well as part of the Governmental Contracts course. In the spring semester 2022, she was teaching the English part of the EU-Udbudsret course. She welcomes bachelor’s and master’s theses on the topics related to EU law, public procurement law and competition law.
Fields of interest
- EU law;
- Public procurement law and policy;
- Competition law;
- Empirical legal research;