Mw. mr. Pauline Phoa LLM
p.s.phoa@uu.nl
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Profiel

Pauline Phoa is a researcher at Utrecht University. She obtained both her Bachelor’s degree (2007) and her Master’s degree (in Legal Research, 2009) at Utrecht University. After working as a legal assistant at A.W.H. Meij’s cabinet at the General Court of the European Union in Luxembourg (2008-2010), Pauline obtained an additional LL.M at Columbia Law School in New York (USA) in 2012, where she was awarded Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar honours for her academic achievements.

Pauline pursued her professional career with the International and European law department of a renowned law firm in Amsterdam, advising Dutch and international clients on European law, intellectual property law and various general issues of commercial contract law. At that law firm, she was also member of the litigation team for the ‘Mothers of Srebrenica’ (2012-2014). Pauline subsequently worked as EU law advisor for ECJ litigation team of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (2014). From February 2014, she uses her spare time to work as a volunteer/legal advisor to The Ocean Cleanup, a foundation set up to develop an innovative solution to the plastic pollution of the oceans.

Pauline's research focuses on the EU legal narrative as appearing from the tension between the EU Single Market and fundamental rights, and it is being supervised by Prof. dr. S.A. de Vries. Pauline is a member of the Utrecht Centre for Regulation and Enforcement in Europe (RENFORCE), and she is a regular contributor to the case law section of SEW Tijdschrift voor Europees en Economisch Recht, a Dutch law journal on European and economic law.

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Mw. mr. P.S. Phoa LLM Contactgegevens
Achter Sint Pieter

Achter Sint Pieter 200
Kamer 2.04
3512 HT  UTRECHT

Telefoonnummer direct 030 253 3293
Achter Sint Pieter

Achter Sint Pieter 200
Kamer 2.04
3512 HT  UTRECHT

Telefoonnummer direct 030 253 3293
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