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C.L. (Lottie) Lane, Dr

Assistant Professor of Public International Law
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Current projects:

1. Sectorplan project: Cracking the Code: A multi-level good governance approach to private actors, human rights, and artificial intelligence

2. Justice, Fndamental Rights and Artificial Intelligence (JuLIA): Postdoctoral researcher

Previous projects:

Fundamental Rights in Courts and Regulation (FRICoRe) project (2019-2022): Postdoctoral researcher on non-discrimination in the EU

FRICoRe is a three-year judicial training project, funded by the Justice Programme of the European Union. 

The project is intended to provide judges and legal practitioners with further guidelines on the choice of procedures and remedies in enforcing fundamental rights at national level, with particular reference to the areas of consumer protection, migration and asylum, data protection, health law and non-discrimination. By focusing on the ongoing judicial dialogue among national and European Courts around these specific sectors, the overriding objective is to understand to what extent the right to an effective remedy enshrined in Article 47 CFREU and, more broadly, general EU principles materially influence the effective protection of fundamental rights at a national and supranational level.

The project also investigates, through a cross-cutting approach, the impact of digital technologies on vulnerability and enforcement of fundamental rights. Special attention is devoted to the use of technology in judicial decision making and its compatibility with the right to an effective judicial remedy and to a fair trial.

For more information, see the FRICoRe website.

Last modified:25 May 2023 4.03 p.m.