Junior Researcher | PHD Student | Teaching Assistant
Maxime Tecqmenne is a PhD researcher in the context of the EUDAIMONIA project conducted under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel. His research project is entitled ‘The scope of the Charter of Fundamental Rights in EU flanking policies: a comparative analysis of key social policy, criminal law and environmental protection secondary legislation instruments’. It focuses on a comparative analysis of the interaction between EU secondary legislations and the Charter obligations imposed on the Member states in those three regulatory areas. Beyond his thesis, Maxime’s main areas of interest also include EU Constitutional Law, fundamental rights, internal market law and EU Citizenship.
Maxime holds a Bachelor and a Master in European law from the University of Liège. Prior to becoming a PhD researcher, Maxime also worked as a full-time research and teaching assistant in EU Law and International Arbitration under the supervision of Professors Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel and Olivier Caprasse.
“Migrant jobseekers, right of residence and access to welfare benefits: One step forward, two steps backwards?“, European Law Journal (in press).
“La gestion du temps dans l’arbitrage – Questions choisies“, in M. Berlingin (ed.), Le temps des MARCs, Larcier, 2020, pp. 87-112 (with O. Caprasse).
“Minimum harmonisation and fundamental rights: A test-case for the identification of the scope of EU law in situations involving national discretion?“, European Constitutional Law Review, Vol. 16, No. 3, 2020, pp. 493-512.
“La preuve du dommage en arbitrage“, Revue de l’arbitrage, 2020, No. 1, pp. 149-184 (with O. Caprasse).
|ID||Event Name||Duration||Start Date|
|LCII Brown Bag Seminar – Contextualising Free Movement in ECJ case law||0 Days||December 10, 2021|
|LCII Brown Bag Seminar Series – The award of social benefits to Union migrant jobseekers||0 Days||November 26, 2021|