Juliana Augustinis, de
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    5037 AB Tilburg



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Research interests

My main research interests concern constitutional and administrative law, public interest litigation, comparative approaches, and empirical legal studies. As a PhD candidate at the Department of Public Law & Governance (PLG), I contribute to the project "Judicial law-making in a global legal order: Rationalization, participation and the role of scientific evidence", supervised by Professors Rob van Gestel and Jurgen de Poorter. In my doctoral research, I investigate the scientific dimension of climate lawsuits that challenge the inadequacy of institutional responses to the threats posed by climate change to human rights. Through a mixed-methods approach, I examine how courts in diverse jurisdictions deal with scientific arguments and evidence in similar high-profile climate-oriented disputes and how procedural tools to assess the evidence might affect the quality and legitimacy of the rulings.

Education/Academic qualification

Law, Master’s Degree, International Technology Law, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Award Date: 15 Jul 2020


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