Eliantonio, M (Mariolina)
Mariolina Eliantonio is Professor of European and Comparative Administrative Law and Procedure. Her research is focused on the enforcement of European law before national and EU courts. She does research specifically on the theme of access to court before national and European courts (with a special focus on environmental matters), on the Europeanisation process of national procedural administrative law and on the judicial review of the new modes of governance.
European law, European administrative law, comparative administrative law, judicial protection, soft law, shared administration, standardisation
Mariolina Eliantonio is Professor of European and Comparative Administrative Law and Procedure at the Law Faculty of Maastricht University. She studied law at the University of Teramo (1997-2001) and of Maastricht (2001-2002). In 2008 she finalised her PhD on ‘Europeanisation of Administrative Justice? The influence of the ECJ’s case law in Italy, Germany and England’ at Maastricht University. The thesis was awarded a special distinction by the European Public Law Group. Between 2008 and 2015 she has been working as an Assistant Professor of European Administrative Law in the department of Public Law and in 2016 she became Associate Professor. She carries out research on the enforcement of European law before national and European courts, with a special focus on shared administration, environmental law and the new modes of governance. She coordinates courses of European and comparative administrative law.
Mariolina's research is focussed on the enforcement of European law before national and European courts, with a focus on shared administration, environmental law and the new modes of governance.
Mariolina has been involved in several EU-funded projects on European institutional, administrative and environmental law. She has been the Project Manager of two European Parliament projects on standing before national and European courts, and on the effectiveness of compliance-promoting instruments.
She is the holder of a Jean Monnet grant for the completion of a Casebook on Judicial Review of Administrative Action in a European and comparative perspective and is one of the coordinators of a Jean Monnet Network on the use of EU soft law before national courts and authorities.
Mariolina has taught courses of European institutional law, European administrative law, comparative constitutional and administrative law, as well courses focussed on legal writing and research. For the course European administrative law she has been awarded a Jean Monnet grant from the European Commission.
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Professor of European and Comparative Administrative Law and Procedure