Mateusz Grabarczyk’s research stay at the European University Institute

Villa Salviati

Villa Salviati, Department of Law

Badia Fiesolana, EUI’s hub

Badia Fiesolana, EUI’s hub

In February, mgr. Mateusz Grabarczyk was a visiting PhD student at the Department of Law, European University Institute in Florence, under the supervision of Prof. Sarah Nouwen.

During his short stay at the EUI, he worked on the project Judging judicial independence – Judges’ liability from a transitional justice viewpoint.

This project investigates how transitional justice relates to the possibility of judges being held accountable for compromising judicial independence during pre-transition periods. In particular, the project aims to create a normative model of responsibility that could be applied to various types of transitions. The stay was an opportunity to conduct research in the rich resources of the EUI library, participate in seminars and workshops, and confront research results in meetings with EUI academic staff and other doctoral students.

Mateusz Grabarczyk on the Florence skylineThe research stay was conducted as part of a research project, “Judging judicial independence – Judges’ liability from a transitional justice viewpoint”, financed by the Polish National Science Centre (2021/41/N/HS5/02006), of which Mateusz Grabarczyk is the Principal Investigator.

This entry was posted in Research stay and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.