Organisation

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 2020-2021 the following students participated in the Clinic:

  • Samuel Ballin
  • Ella Bergel
  • Louisa Crookshanks
  • Anastasia Karatza
  • Liam Osborne
  • Robert Ranson
  • Elisa Scroccaro
  • Marijan Vrhovac

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:

Legality of Reintroduction of Internal Border Controls: Necessity and Proportionality under the Schengen Border Code and the Right to Free Movement of EU Citizens: Evelien Brouwer.

Third Party Intervention in the case of HA v Italy, Appl no 26049/18: Janna Wessels and Isabella Leroy.

In the second semester of the academic year 2020-2021 the following students participated in the Clinic:

  • Samuel Ballin
  • Ella Bergel
  • Louisa Crookshanks
  • Fabio Fabricius
  • Keshava Gunaratne
  • Thomas Johansson
  • Rosa Koopmans
  • Robert Ranson
  • Marijan Vrhovac
  • Marie-Theres Wagner

The following supervisors were involved in the projects:

Scope of judicial review in detention cases under the Return Directive: Galina Cornelisse and Marcelle Reneman.

Temporary nature of the right to residence of third-country national parents of EU citizen children on the basis of the Chavez-Vilchez case law: Nadia Ismaili, Martijn Stronks and Isabella Leroy.