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Professor Albertina Albors-Llorens is Professor of EU Law, Deputy Chair of the Faculty Board and Chair of the CELS management committee.  Her research focuses on two main areas: the work of the Court of Justice of the EU and EU competition law.  She has written extensively in these two areas and her current research explores remedies in EU Law and the interface between competition law and other areas of EU law. 
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Professor Kenneth Armstong is Professor of European Law.  His research focuses on European Union law and, in particular, the constitutional and institutional dimensions of EU economic and social governance.  He has given expert evidence to the House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee and the Scottish Parliament's European and External Relations Committee on the EU dimension of the referendum on Scottish Independence.
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Professor Catherine Barnard is Professor of EU and Employment Law and Director of CELS.  She is an expert on European labour law and is author of the leading text on EU single market law.  
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Dr Lorand Bartels is a Reader in International Law in the Faculty of Law and a Fellow of Trinity Hall at the University of Cambridge, where he teaches WTO law, public international law and EU law. Lorand has published widely on trade law, including Regional Trade Agreements in the WTO Legal System (Oxford University Press, 2006) and Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements, 2 volumes (Cambridge University Press, 2015) (with Simon Lester and Bryan Mercurio). Lorand is a member of the editorial boards of the main academic journals in the field, and is a General Editor of the Cambridge International Trade and Economic Law monographs series. In 2016-17 Lorand was appointed Specialist Advisor to the UK House of Commons International Trade Committee, and in 2019 he was appointed to the UK Government’s Alternative Arrangements Advisory Group, advising on Brexit-related issues concerning the Ireland/Northern Ireland border. Lorand has appeared on numerous occasions as expert witness before UK and EU parliamentary select committees, and also has extensive practical experience advising governments and private clients on trade law and public international law, and has a leading role in Linklaters’s delivery of expert level training on FTA negotiations for UK civil servants on behalf of the FCO’s Diplomatic Academy.
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Professor John Bell QC, FBA, FRSA is Emeritus Professor of Law.  His expertise lie in comparative law in Western Europe (especially legal reasoning, public law and the law of obligations).  His current research focuses on public law in France and Germany.
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Professor Simon Deakin FBA is Professor of Law and a specialist in European labour and company law as well as a leading authority on tort law.  He is editor in chief of the Industrial Law Journal and a member of the editorial board of the Cambridge Journal of Economics.  He was elected to a Fellowship of the British Academy in 2005.
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Dr David Erdos is a University Senior Lecturer in Law and the Open Society.  His research explores the nature of Data Protection especially as this intersects with the right to privacy, freedom of expression, freedom of information and freedom of research.  His Data Protection and the Open Society project has developed arguments about the nature, substance and operation of European Data Protection law by drawing on rigorous comparative empirical analysis using both quantitative and qualitative methods.
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Professor Richard Fentiman is Professor of Private International Law with an expertise in international and European civil procedure.  He has given evidence to the House of Lords Select Committee on European Affairs on the European Commission's Green Paper on the reform of the Brussels I Regulation and has previously advised the European Commission on intellectual property and international private law.
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Dr Markus Gehring is a member of the CELS management committee and teaches European Union and International Law at the Faculty of Law.  He is a Director of Studies at Hughes Hall and a Fellow of the LCIL.  His principal field of research is European environmental law, with a particular focus on international and European aspects of sustainable development.  A member of the Frankfurt/Main and Ontario Bars, he practiced European and international trade law with Cleary Gottlieb in their Brussels office.  His special interests are EU sustainable development and environmental law, climate change law, EU external relations law and international trade law. 
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Dr Alicia Hinarejos is University Lecturer in Law and member of the CELS management committee. Her areas of research are EU constitutional law and comparative public law.  In recent years she has conducted research on the Economic and Monetary Union, the euro area crisis, and its constitutional aftermath.  Alicia is currently writing a monograph, The Euro Area Crisis in Constitutional Perspective for Oxford University Press.  She is also reviews editor for the European Law Review.
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Professor David Ibbetson FBA is Regius Professor of Civil Law.  As a legal historian he has particular expertise in comparative European legal history and co-edited with Professor John Bell the Comparative Studies in the Development of the Law of Torts in Europe (Cambridge University Press).
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Dr Okeoghene Odudu is University Senior Lecturer in Law and Co-Deputy Director of CELS.  His expertise lies in EU and UK competition law.  He has recently completed a major research project on the application of competition law to the National Health Service in England - funded by the British Academy - and he is engaged in a long-term project seeking to examine the competition law implications of the 'Open Public Services Agenda'.
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Professor Jens Scherpe is Professor of Comparative Law.  His interests lie in family law, comparative law and conflict of laws.
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Dr Martin Steinfeld is an affiliated lecturer and Charnley Fellow in Law at Hughes Hall. He has broad interests in a number of different interdisciplinary fields including EU Law, and European Studies.
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Dr Felix Steffek is a University Senior Lecturer in Comparative Commercial Law, Director of the Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law (3CL) and Senior Member at Newnham College. His interests include commercial law, company law, insolvency law, dispute resolution and LawTech. 
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Dr Sophie Turenne is Co-Deputy Director of CELS and Lecturer in European Union Law.  She has written extensively on the topic of judicial independence and has interests in comparative law (with a current focus on comparative constitutional law and civil liberties); European Union law and the European judicial systems; and legal theory.
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Professor Jorge Vinuales is the Harold Samuel Professor of Law and Environmental Policy at the University of Cambridge.  His research interests encompass domestic, comparative, European and international environmental law and policy.
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Dr Rumiana Yotova is Lecturer and Director of Studies in Law at Gonville & Caius College and Affiliated Lecturer.  Her expertise lie in Public International law, International Dispute Settlement, Investment Law, EU External Relations, and International Biomedical Law. 
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