Floor Fleurke
  • Warandelaan 2, Montesquieu Building, room M 428

    5037 AB Tilburg



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Dr. Floor Fleurke is assistant professor Europeanl law at Tilburg Law School. Floor is a member of three research schools within Tilburg University, namely the Center for Transboundary Legal Development (CTLD), the multidisciplinary Tilburg Sustainability Center (TSC) and the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (TILT). Her research focuses on focuses on European  environmental law, with a specific interest in the relationship between science, technology and environmental law. Floor obtained a PhD (cum laude) from the University of Amsterdam in February of 2012, with a thesis on the application of the precautionary principle in the EU and has published several peer-reviewed articles. She is an experienced teacher at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She regularly carries out commissioned research for (inter)national public bodies and non-gouvernmental organizations.




Teaching experience:

Environmental Law (optional bachelor course), 2010-2012.

Milieurecht (optional master course) 2010-2013.

Europees Unierecht in de Praktijk (compulsory bachelor course), 2011-

Inleiding Internationaal en Europees Recht (compulsory bachelor course), 2012-2013.

Introduction to European Union Law (master course), 2011-

Competition Law (compulsory bachelor course), 2014-2015

EU Governance (compulsory master course), Agencies, 2011-

EU and the Courts (compulsory master course), 2013 -

Summer Course North Western University, South Africa, January 2014.

Summer Course TGV Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, January 2015

Module on Sunstainable Development for the EDOLAD program, Tilburg University,  2015

Module on Sustainable Development for the EDOLAD program, Tartu University, March 2016



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