The Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law is an Institute of the Max Planck Society. The Institute in Luxembourg conducts research in the areas of European law of civil procedure, international litigation and arbitration, and the financial regulation.
The successful candidate will conduct legal research under the supervision of Professor Pierre-Henri Conac - Max Planck Fellow at the MPI, Luxembourg and Professor of Financial Markets Law at the University of Luxembourg. The precise topic of the research will be defined in agreement with the supervisor and could be related to the enforcement of ESG disclosure.
The Doctoral student will be the part of the research project “Harmonisation of administrative sanctions and procedures in European Union financial markets law: developing an European model” lead by Professor Pierre-Henri Conac. The Doctoral student will contribute to the research on the differences of substantive EU and national financial regulation regarding administrative sanctions and procedural rules, in order to determine which provisions could benefit from greater harmonisation, with the aim of simplifying, with a view on how to achieve credible deterrence.
A description of the project is available here:
The MPI Luxembourg offers a dynamic working environment within an international team of researchers in the heart of Europe Access to its noteworthy library to foster legal research activities
The Max Planck Institute Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer