Tatjan Evas-Peeters, associate professor
Tatjana Evas, Dr. jur (Germany, Bremen), summa cum laude, ‘Bremer Studienpreis 2011’ award for the best PhD thesis in social science and humanities; LL.M, Latvia (with distinction); LL.B, Estonia, is Associate Professor of European Union and Comparative Law. Her previous academic experience includes Global Governance Programme at the European University Institute (Florence, Italy), Jean Monnet Center for European Studies (Bremen, Germany), Riga Graduate School of Law (Latvia) and Columbia Law School (New York, USA). In addition to academic experience Evas has more than 10 years of experience in expert policy analysis for various international organizations including EU DG on the Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, EU Fundamental Rights Agency and the UNHCR.
Topics of supervision: EU and Private International law, specifically focusing on the topics related to the EU Internal Market (including Digital Single Market); Cross-Border private law issues, EU Employment law and EU institutional law and procedure. Evas current research interests focus on the law and technology (regulation of liability); private international law (civil procedure, company law and family law issues in the cross border context) and reform of EU administrative law.
Selection of publications:
- Evas, T; Ustav, S (2016). Estonia: All Well or is there Something in the Air? In Bobek, M and Prassl, J. (ed.), Air Passenger Rights: Ten Years On, Oxford: Hart Publishing.
- Evas, T. (2014). Estonia. In: Freedland, M.; Prassl, J. (Ed.). EU Law in the Member States Viking, Laval and Beyond. (139−153). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
- Evas, T. (2012). Judicial Application of European Union Law in post-Communist Countries: The Cases of Estonia and Latvia. Ashgate Publishing.