The ESCL is proud to present the winners of the ESCL Master Thesis Competition 2014.
The winner of the ESCL Master Thesis Prize 2014 is Mr Julian Christman (Philipps-Universität Marburg) with his thesis "How much scope remains for the legislature in reforming sec. 651 of the german civil code? – an analysis in light of supranational law".
The second prize was awarded to Mr Antonis Megremis (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands) for his thesis "Abnormally low tenders: Objectifying detection. Working towards economically sustainable procurement through a framework for the contracting authority to objectify the detection of abnormally low bids."
The members jury were:
- Professor Avv. Giovanni Iudica (chairman of jury) (ESCL president 2013/2014)
- Professor Dr. Benoît Kohl (University of Liège and University of Paris II - Counsel, Stibbe Brussels)
- Professor Dr. Anthony P. Lavers (Counsel, White & Case LLP, London - Visiting Professor of Law, Oxford Brookes University)
The following documents regarding the ESCL Master Thesis Prize 2014 can be accessed in the attachments below:
- Press Release ESCL Master Thesis Prize 2014
- The Announcement for the 2014 ESCL Master Thesis Prize
- The Regulations for the 2014 ESCL Master Thesis Prize
- The Jury Report of 2014
- Photos from the awards of Master Thesis prize at the ESCL Conference in Milan 2014
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If you have any question regarding the Master Thesis Prize, please contact Ms Regina Koning, secretary of the ESCL Master Thesis Prize: firstname.lastname@example.org