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Karin de Vries is associate professor of constitutional and administrative law.
Karin's main research interests are migration and citizenship law and human rights law. In 2012 she defended her PhD thesis at the Vrije Universiteit, on integration tests and the rights of migrants under European and international immigration law. From 2011 to 2012 she was a Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence.
In 2015 she obtained a research grant from the Dutch research council (NWO) for her project entitled 'Equality for non-nationals? Nationality discrimination as a new challenge for non-discrimination law'. In this project she investigates the role of nationality in non-discrimination law, using insights from political theory and legal philosophy as well as legal research into case law and legislation.
Karin is involved in teaching various LL.B. courses in constitutional and administrative law, including Staatsrecht (constitutional law), Beginselen bestuursrecht (introduction to administrative law) and Inleiding publiekrecht (constitutional and administrative law for students of criminology). She teaches occasional classes in the fields of migration and non-discrimination law. Karin is also a supervisor of bachelor's and master's theses, including in the areas of constitutional law, human rights law and migration law.
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Karin is a member of the Meijers Committee, the Standing Committee of Experts on International Immigration, Refugee and Criminal Law.
- K Law
- Migration law
- Human Rights Law
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