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Prof. Dimitry Kochenov appointed Fellow at Boston College Law School

20 September 2013

Prof. Dimitry Kochenov (EU Constitutional Law) has been appointed Clough Distinguished Global Fellow in Residence at Boston College Law School, which will involve leading a seminar and giving a general talk in Boston in November.

This honour is a symbolic appointment, which nevertheless offers a great chance to engage with students and scholars interested in EU citizenship and EU Constitutional Law more broadly on the other side of the Ocean. While a guest at Boston College Law School, Dimitry will also travel down to UPenn to give a lecture at the Penn-Temple EU Studies colloquium.

This is not the first appointment of this kind Prof. Kochenov holds: last year he was a Visiting Professor at York University, Toronto and before that an Émile Noël Fellow in Residence at NYU Law School in New York, increasing the international visibility of Groningen Law Faculty in the field of EU law.

This article was published by the Faculty of Law.

Last modified:19 January 2024 12.54 p.m.

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