New visitor at iCourts - Arthur Dyevre
24 April – 26 April 2018
Arthur Dyevre works in the fields of legal theory, judicial behaviour, European integration, comparative law and comparative politics. Prior to coming to Leuven, he has held research fellowships at various institutions across Europe, including the European University Institute in Florence, the Centro de Estudios Politicos y Constitucionales (CEPC) in Madrid, and the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg. His current work focuses on the application of automated content analysis techniques to legal texts; the interplay between EU courts and national courts and the transformation of legal education and research.
He is Principal Investigator in the EUTHORITY Project, a large-scale, ERC-funded research project investigating patterns of conflict and cooperation between domestic high courts and the European Court of Justice.