PhD student | Junior researcher
Benjamin Jan joined the LCII as a PhD student in October 2019. Previously, he worked there as a teaching assistant in EU substantive law and technological innovation (Prof. P. Van Cleynenbreugel).
His research focuses on the use of artificial intelligence within the EU integrated administrations.
Benjamin graduated from the University of Liège in 2017 (specializing in business law) and holds an LL.M. in European Competition Law and Market Regulation from the University of Amsterdam.
Prior to joining the LCII, he worked at the European Commission (DG GROW), the European Parliament and the European Court of Justice.
“Increasing Legal Certainty without Trust: Why Regulation 2019/515 Cannot Achieve the Unachievable“, European Journal of Risk Regulation, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2019, pp. 196-211.
“Mutual Recognition’s Failure in the Light of Free Movement of Food Supplements: Judgment of the CJEU, 27 April 2017, Noria Distribution SARL (Case C-672/15)“, Legal issues of economic integration, Vol. 45, No. 3, 2018, pp. 311-321.