Mr. dr. Lisette Mustert

Universitair docent
Staatsrecht, Bestuursrecht en Rechtstheorie

Lisette Mustert is an Assistant Professor of Administrative Law at Utrecht University, and a member of the Utrecht Centre for Regulation and Enforcement in Europe (RENFORCE). Lisette conducts research at the intersection of EU and national administrative law. Her expertise lies particularly in the field of supervision and enforcement in the EU, composite administrative decision-making procedures, and the protection of fundamental rights such as the right to an effective judicial remedy. Her research interests also include questions of effectiveness and good administration in the supervision of the General Data Protection Regulation and enforcement of EU laws more generally. Lisette has written several journal articles and book chapters, and presented her research findings at (international) conferences and seminars. 

Prior to joining Utrecht University, Lisette defended her doctoral thesis on Cross-border enforcement of the GDPR by independent administrative authorities at the University of Luxembourg, under the supervision of Professor Herwig Hofmann. Her doctoral thesis was nominated for the Luxembourg Excellent Doctoral Thesis Award. Lisette holds a master's degree in European Law and Legal Research (cum laude) both from Utrecht University.

Lisette teaches bachelor and master courses on different aspects of EU and national administrative law. She co-teaches, amongst others, the courses Judicial Protection and Enforcement of EU Law, Digitalization and the Rule of Law, and Transnational Enforcement of the GDPR.