Päivi Leino-Sandberg


Lisätietoja affiliaatiostaPäivi Leino-Sandberg is Professor of Transnational European Law, University of Helsinki, and Deputy Director of the Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights where she currently leads two research projects relating to the use of legal expertise in EU law making, transparency and participation. She specializes in EU institutional and constitutional law, and has published in the areas of European administrative law, Economic and Monetary Union and EU external relations. She has previously worked as Academy of Finland Research Fellow and Professor of International and European Law at UEF Law School. In addition, she has held visiting positions at the European University Institute, NYU Law School and Sciences Po. Before returning full time to the academia in 2015, she worked for over 10 years as a legal adviser for the Finnish government participating in numerous EU and international negotiations and Court cases.

Viimeisimmät julkaisut

  1. Perussopimusten rajat tulossa vastaan – EU:n ja Puolan kiista testaa unionin uskottavuutta

    Leino-Sandberg, P. S. M. & Möller, T. maaliskuuta 2018 julkaisussa : Ulkopolitiikka. 2018, 1, s. 76-77

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  2. No public interest in whether the EU-Turkey refugee deal respects EU Treaties and international human rights?

    Leino-Sandberg, P. S. M. & Wyatt, D. P. 28 helmikuuta 2018 julkaisussa : European Law Blog.

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  3. The Principle of Transparency in EU External Relations Law: Does Diplomatic Secrecy Stand a Chance of Surviving the Age of Twitter?

    Leino-Sandberg, P. S. M. 22 helmikuuta 2018 Structural Principles in EU External Relations Law. Cremona, M. (toim.). Hart Publishing, s. 201-223 23 Sivumäärä 8

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Viimeisimmät projektit

  1. Transparency in the EU - From Reaction to Manifesto?

    Leino-Sandberg, P.


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