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Katalin Capannini-Kelemen

Position: Senior Lecturer School/office: School of Behavioural, Social and Legal Sciences

Email: a2F0YWxpbi5rZWxlbWVuO29ydS5zZQ==

Phone: +46 19 301282

Room: L2502

Katalin Capannini-Kelemen
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About Katalin Capannini-Kelemen

Katalin Capannini-Kelemen is Associate Professor in Law. Her primary area of research is comparative law, in particular comparative constitutional law, judicial reasoning, judicial dissent, East-Central European and Nordic legal systems. Her current focus is constitutional reasoning, private-rule making and European governance of AI.

From September 2021 she heads the research project "Nordic exceptionalism? Mapping constitutional reasoning in Nordic countries" (Nordic CONREASON Project) sponsored by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond with 5.8 million SEK. The project involves five Nordic constitutional scholars, a statistician and an international advisory board.

Katalin teaches comparative law, comparative constitutional law and EU constitutional law. In 2019, she coordinated the revision of the Legal Science Programme with an International Approach, which got a new, digital specialisation. In 2020-2021, she was the coordinator of the Legal Science Programme.

Prior to her appointment at Örebro University in 2010, she graduated in law from Loránd Eötvös University (ELTE) in Budapest, Hungary, with a master thesis in comparative criminal law (2003) and completed her PhD in Comparative Law at the Università degli Studi di Firenze in Italy, with a doctoral dissertation (written and defended in Italian) on the decision-making process of East-Central European constitutional courts (2008). In Florence, she also taught European Union Law (in English) at the New York University in Florence and worked at the local law firm Studio Legale Pastorelli.


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