In September 1994, the European Group of Public Law (EGPL), the European Scientific Council of the European Public Law Organization (EPLO), took the decision to establish the doctoral / postdoctoral “Thesis Prize” to be awarded, on an annual basis, to the best doctoral or postdoctoral public law thesis characterized by its European dimension.
The winner, selected by an ad hoc Committee by Members of the European Group of Public Law, is invited to present his/her ideas and rationale (as expressed in the thesis) at the EGPL Annual Reunion (held every September in Greece). Furthermore, the winner is given the opportunity to publish an article based on his/her thesis in the “European Review of Public Law” a high profile periodical edition of the EPLO.
During this year’s conference, the Group members will grant the Thesis Prize for 2015.
Conditions for Participation
Candidates should have the nationality of one of the Member States of the European Union. Other candidates will be accepted only if their thesis was prepared at a University or Research Centre of an EU country.
The thesis should be written in one of the languages of the EU. An abstract should be prepared in one of the working languages of the European Review of Public Law (English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish). The candidates should be below 40 years of age on January 1st of the year of the competition. Three copies and an abstract of the thesis as well as a CV, must be submitted to the Secretariat.
How to Apply
To submit your thesis you need to notify the Thesis Prize Secretariat of you intention to do so by June 19, 2015. The notification consists of an email addressed to email@example.com for the attention of Mrs. Alessia Fiumi, indicating that you intend to submit your thesis for consideration.
Please submit your thesis according to the conditions for participation by 31 July, 2015 to the following address:
Secretariat – Thesis Prize
European Public Law Organization