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Jean Monnet Modules awarded to Professor Fabbrini and Dr. Petit: POSTBREX and NGEULAW

We are extremely pleased to announce that Prof. Federico Fabbrini and Dr. Christy Ann Petit have recently been awarded Erasmus+ grants by the European Commission for two Jean Monnet Modules. Both projects will be part of the DCU Master of European Law and Policy (MELP).
Prof. Federico Fabbrini will coordinate the Jean Monnet Module “EU Law & Policy After Brexit” (2023-2026) – PostBrexitLaw. This interdisciplinary module will be divided in two parts: the first one will analyse the legal and institutional architecture of the EU, while the second part will aim at understanding the EU law and politics, considering Brexit as a case study.
Dr. Christy Ann Petit will coordinate the Jean Monnet Module “EU Banking and Finance Law & Policy after NGEU” (2022-2025) – NGEULAW. This interdisciplinary module will study EU law and policy in the field of banking and finance in the aftermath of both the Great Financial Crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic.