Stanislas Adam

Stanislas Adam currently works as a legal secretary at the Court of Justice (Luxembourg) in the chambers of Advocate General Sharpston and teaches EU law in Ghent (‘Federalism in the EU and the USA compared’ and ‘EU Competition Law’).

After graduating in law at the UCL and in European law at Ghent University, he was awarded a doctorate fellowship from the National Fund for Scientific Research – Flanders (FWO). He successfully defended his PhD in 2010, under supervision of Professor Marc Maresceau (“La procédure d’avis devant la Cour de justice de l’Union européenne”, Bruylant 2011). He then studied at Harvard University (LL.M.), where he benefitted from a Frank Boas Scholarship. After graduating in Harvard, he was appointed a legal secretary at the General Court of the European Union, where he worked in the chambers of the British president of chamber. He subsequently moved to the chambers of the British Advocate General at the Court. Stanislas thus enjoys a privileged position to take part in the development of EU case-law.

Stanislas has extensively published (in French, English and Dutch) in European and Belgian administrative and constitutional law.

 

Stanislas Adam