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Alezini Loxa

Faculty of Law

About me

I am a Greek Lawyer and PhD student at the Faculty of Law. I hold a Bachelor of Laws from National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and an LL.M. in EU law from the same university. I have been engaged academically and professionally in the field of human rights protection in Europe with specific focus on EU law, migrant and refugee protection.

About my research project

My research under the 2030 Agenda is built upon the question of how international soft law interplays with European protection standards in the field of migration. I intend to examine newly adopted instruments in the field of international migration law in order to analyse how they may affect the current legal setting within the EU legal order and whether they can be used as a basis for sustainable migration management in Europe.