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Associate professor (Docent) Eva Storskrubb is part-time researcher at the Law Department.
Her research focuses on EU procedural law, "civil justice" and transnational dispute resolution in civil and commercial matters including private international law.
During 2014-2016 she was post-doctoral researcher at the faculty and the first Marie Curie Fellow in law in Sweden.
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Associate professor (Docent) Eva Storskrubb holds an LL.L degree from the University of Helsinki and a Ph.D. from the European University Institute in Florence. She defended her thesis in 2006 and it was published by Oxford University Press in 2008: Civil Procedure and EU Law - A Policy Area Uncovered.
During 2014-2016 she was Marie Curie Fellow and worked on the project "RECLAIM: The Legitimacy of Mutual Recognition as a Regulatory Strategy for the Policy Area of Civil Justice in the EU", with Professors Carl Fredrik Bergström and Torbjörn Andersson as supervisors.
Her new research project is entitled "European Account Preservation - Impact on the Legal Order?".
She teaches and lectures on inter alia the following courses: T4, T6 as well as the advanced courses EU Commercial Law and Litigation and Civilprocessföring.
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