Clinic 19/20

The Migration Law Clinic is coordinated by Marcelle Reneman.

The coordinator is responsible for:

  • the daily affairs;
  • selection of cases;
  • contacts with external customers.

Participants:

The students of the Migration Law Clinic write the legal advice. In the first semester of the academic year 2019-2020 the following students participated in the Clinic:

  • Lily May Braunholtz
  • Louis Chicot
  • Hannah Contermans
  • Andreina De Leo
  • Francesca Dickens
  • Nina Fokkink
  • Carlos Oviedo Moreno
  • Joschka Simon Peters-Wunnenberg
  • Juan José Ruiz Ramos
  • David Werdermann

Supervisors:

The researchers of the migration law section supervise the work of the students.

In the first semester of the academic year the following supervisors were involved in the projects:

Interpretation of the Citizenship Directive:  Pieter Boeles and Shota Hitomi

Detention of person granted international protection in another EU Member State: Galina Cornelisse.

In the second semester of the academic year 2019-2020 the following students participated in the Clinic:

  • Lily May Braunholz
  • Louis Chicot
  • Anne Maureen Manigbas
  • Francesca McClean
  • Carlos Oviedo Moreno
  • Anna-Stina Naujoks
  • Joschka Simon Peters-Wunnenberg
  • Stefanie Saddey
  • Louise Simon
  • Lisa van Toor

The following supervisors were involved in the projects:

An Individual Legal Remedy against the Refusal of a Take Charge Request under the Dublin III Regulation: Evelien Brouwer and John Trajer.

Reviewing the application of Chavez-Vilchez in the Netherlands: Younous Arbaoui and Betty de Hart

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