ELFA Award 2016

 Winners of the ELFA Award 2016 have been announced and awarded during the ELFA AGM and Conference 2017 held from 19 to 21 April in Brno, Czech Republic:
Dr. Alexander Hoogenboom from Maastricht University has been awarded First Place in the ELFA Award 2016 for his thesis on “Balancing Student Mobility Rights and National Higher Education Autonomy in the European Union”.
Dr. Christina Joanna Angelopoulos from University of Cambridge was placed Proxime Accessit in the ELFA Award 2016 for her thesis on “European Intermediary Liability in Copyright”.

 

Winners of the ELFA Award 2016 have been announced and awarded during the ELFA AGM and Conference 2017 held from 19 to 21 April in Brno, Czech Republic:
 

Dr. Alexander Hoogenboom from Maastricht University has been awarded First Place in the ELFA Award 2016 for his thesis on “Balancing Student Mobility Rights and National Higher Education Autonomy in the European Union”.

Dr. Christina Joanna Angelopoulos from University of Cambridge was placed Proxime Accessit in the ELFA Award 2016 for her thesis on “European Intermediary Liability in Copyright”.