mr. M. (Michiel) Duchateau
Michiel Duchateau (Nijmegen, 1979) started out his legal training in Leiden but soon made the transition to the University of Groningen. At this university he graduated in 2005 with a specialization in the field of Constitutional and Administrative Law. In 2014 he defended his doctoral thesis in Groningen, on the representative position of the European Parliament. The thesis focuses on sovereignty, (con)federalism and (political) representation in the EU. After that, he was appointed as university lecturer at the department of Constitutional Law, Administrative Law and Public Administration.
Michiel’s current research interests are the impact EU law has on the constitutional organs of its Member States, such as the constitutional position of Member States judges in a European context, (con)federalism, the EU as a constitutional system and the constitutional relation between the EU and its Member States.
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