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Presentation of the Members

Marc Jaeger
Marc Jaeger

Born 1954; law degree from the Robert Schuman University of Strasbourg; studied at the College of Europe; admitted to the Luxembourg Bar (1981); attaché de justice delegated to the office of the Public Attorney of Luxembourg (1983); Judge at the Luxembourg District Court (1984); Legal Secretary at the Court of Justice of the European Communities (1986-96); President of the Institut Universitaire International Luxembourg (IUIL); Judge at the General Court since 11 July 1996; President of the General Court since 17 September 2007.

Heikki Kanninen
Heikki Kanninen

Born 1952; graduate of the Helsinki School of Economics and of the Faculty of Law of the University of Helsinki; Legal Secretary at the Supreme Administrative Court of Finland; General Secretary to the Committee for Reform of Legal Protection in Public Administration; Principal Administrator at the Supreme Administrative Court; General Secretary to the Committee for Reform of Administrative Litigation, Counsellor in the Legislative Drafting Department of the Ministry of Justice; Assistant Registrar at the EFTA Court; Legal Secretary at the Court of Justice of the European Communities; Judge at the Supreme Administrative Court (1998-2005); member of the Asylum Appeal Board; Vice-Chairman of the Committee on the Development of the Finnish Courts; Judge at the Civil Service Tribunal from 6 October 2005 to 6 October 2009; Judge at the General Court since 7 October 2009; Vice-President of the General Court since 17 September 2013.

Maria Eugénia Martins de Nazaré Ribeiro
Maria Eugénia Martins de Nazaré Ribeiro

Born 1956; studied in Lisbon, Brussels and Strasbourg; member of the Bar in Portugal and Brussels; independent researcher at the Institut d'études européennes de l'Université libre de Bruxelles (Institute of European Studies, Free University of Brussels); Legal Secretary to the Portuguese Judge at the Court of Justice, Mr Moitinho de Almeida (1986-2000), then to the President of the Court of First Instance, Mr Vesterdorf (2000-03); Judge at the General Court since 31 March 2003.

Franklin Dehousse
Franklin Dehousse

Born 1959; law degree (University of Liege, 1981); Research Fellow (Fonds national de la recherche scientifique, 1985-89); Legal Adviser to the Chamber of Representatives (1981-90); Doctor of Laws (University of Strasbourg, 1990); Professor (Universities of Liege and Strasbourg; College of Europe; Institut royal supérieur de Défense; Université Montesquieu, Bordeaux; Collège Michel Servet of the Universities of Paris; Faculties of Notre-Dame de la Paix, Namur); Special Representative of the Minister for Foreign Affairs (1995-99); Director of European Studies of the Royal Institute of International Relations (1998-2003); assesseur at the Council of State (2001-03); consultant to the European Commission (1990-2003); member of the Internet Observatory (2001-03); Judge at the General Court since 7 October 2003.

Ottó Czúcz
Ottó Czúcz

Born 1946; Doctor of Laws of the University of Szeged (1971); Administrator at the Ministry of Labour (1971-74); Lecturer (1974-89), Dean of the Faculty of Law (1989-90), Vice-Rector (1992-97) at the University of Szeged; lawyer; member of the Presidium of the National Retirement Insurance Scheme; Vice-President of the European Institute of Social Security (1998-2002); member of the Scientific Council of the International Social Security Association; Judge at the Constitutional Court (1998-2004); Judge at the General Court since 12 May 2004.

Irena Wiszniewska-Białecka
Irena Wiszniewska-Białecka

Born 1947; Magister Juris, University of Warsaw (1965-69); Researcher (Assistant Lecturer, Associate Professor, Professor) at the Institute of Legal Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences (1969-2004); Assistant Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Patent, Copyright and Competition Law, Munich (award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, 1985-86); lawyer (1992-2000); Judge at the Supreme Administrative Court (2001-04); Judge at the General Court since 12 May 2004.

Irena Pelikánová
Irena Pelikánová

Born 1949; Doctor of Laws, assistant in economic law (before 1989), Dr Sc., Professor of Business Law (since 1993) at the Faculty of Law, Charles University, Prague; member of the Executive of the Securities Commission (1999-2002); lawyer; member of the Legislative Council of the Government of the Czech Republic (1998-2004); Judge at the General Court since 12 May 2004.

Ingrida Labucka
Ingrida Labucka

Born 1963; Diploma in Law, University of Latvia (1986); Investigator at the Interior Ministry for the Kirov Region and the City of Riga (1986-89);Judge, Riga District Court (1990-94); lawyer (1994-98 and July 1999 to May 2000); Minister for Justice (November 1998 to July 1999 and May 2000 to October 2002); member of the International Court of Arbitration in The Hague (2001-04); Member of Parliament (2002-04); Judge at the General Court since 12 May 2004.

Savvas Papasavvas
Savvas Papasavvas

Born 1969; studies at the University of Athens (graduated in 1991); DEA (Diploma of Advanced Studies) in public law, University of Paris II (1992), and PhD in law, University of Aix-Marseille III (1995); admitted to the Cyprus Bar, member of the Nicosia Bar since 1993; Lecturer, University of Cyprus (1997-2002), Lecturer in Constitutional Law since September 2002; Researcher, European Public Law Centre (2001-02); Judge at the General Court since 12 May 2004.

Miro Prek
Miro Prek

Born 1965; law degree (1989); called to the Bar (1994); performed various tasks and functions in public authorities, principally in the Government Office for Legislation (Under-Secretary of State and Deputy Director, Head of Department for European and Comparative Law) and in the Office for European Affairs (Under-Secretary of State); member of the negotiating team for the association agreement (1994-96) and for accession to the European Union (1998-2003), responsible for legal affairs; lawyer; responsible for projects regarding adaptation to European legislation, and to achieve European integration, principally in the western Balkans; Head of Division at the Court of Justice of the European Communities (2004-06); Judge at the General Court since 7 October 2006.

Alfred Dittrich
Alfred Dittrich

Born 1950; studied law at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (1970-75); articled law clerk in the Nuremberg Higher Regional Court district (1975-78); Adviser at the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs (1978-82); Counsellor at the Permanent Representation of the Federal Republic of Germany to the European Communities (1982); Adviser at the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs, responsible for Community law and competition issues (1983-92); Head of the EU Law Section at the Federal Ministry of Justice (1992-2007); Head of the German delegation on the Council Working Party on the Court of Justice; Agent of the Federal Government in a large number of cases before the Court of Justice of the European Communities; Judge at the General Court since 17 September 2007.

Sten Frimodt Nielsen
Sten Frimodt Nielsen

Born 1963; graduated in law from Copenhagen University (1988); civil servant in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1988-91); tutor in international and European law at Copenhagen University (1988-91); Embassy Secretary at the Permanent Mission of Denmark to the United Nations in New York (1991-94); civil servant in the Legal Service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1994-95); external lecturer at Copenhagen University (1995); Adviser, then Senior Adviser, in the Prime Minister's Office (1995-98); Minister Counsellor at the Permanent Representation of Denmark to the European Union (1998-2001); Special Adviser for legal issues in the Prime Minister's Office (2001-02); Head of Department and Legal Counsel in the Prime Minister's Office (March 2002 to July 2004); Assistant Secretary of State and Legal Counsel in the Prime Minister's Office (August 2004 to August 2007); Judge at the General Court since 17 September 2007.

Juraj Schwarcz
Juraj Schwarcz

Born 1952; Doctor of Law (Comenius University, Bratislava, 1979); company lawyer (1975-90); Registrar responsible for the commercial register at the City Court, Košice (1991); Judge at the City Court, Košice (January to October 1992); Judge and President of Chamber at the Regional Court, Košice (November 1992 to 2009); temporary Judge at the Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic, Commercial Law Division (October 2004 to September 2005); Head of the Commercial Law Division at the Regional Court, Košice (October 2005 to September 2009); external member of the Commercial and Business Law Department at Pavol Josef Šafárik University, Košice (1997-2009); external member of the teaching staff of the Judicial Academy (2005-09); Judge at the General Court since 7 October 2009.

Marc van der Woude
Marc van der Woude

Born 1960; law degree (University of Groningen, 1983); studies at the College of Europe (1983-84); Assistant Lecturer at the College of Europe (1984-86); Lecturer at Leiden University (1986-87); Rapporteur in the Directorate-General for Competition of the Commission of the European Communities (1987-89); Legal Secretary at the Court of Justice of the European Communities (1989-92); Policy Coordinator in the Directorate-General for Competition of the Commission of the European Communities (1992-93); Member of the Legal Service of the Commission of the European Communities (1993-95); Member of the Brussels Bar from 1995; Professor at Erasmus University Rotterdam from 2000; author of numerous publications; Judge at the General Court since 13 September 2010.

Dimitrios Gratsias
Dimitrios Gratsias

Born 1957; graduated in law from the University of Athens (1980); awarded DEA (diploma of advanced studies) in public law by the University of Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne (1981); awarded diploma by the University Centre for Community and European Studies (University of Paris I) (1982); Junior Officer of the Council of State (1985-92); Junior Member of the Council of State (1992-2005); Legal Secretary at the Court of Justice of the European Communities (1994-96); Supplementary Member of the Superior Special Court of Greece (1998 and 1999); Member of the Council of State (2005); Member of the Special Court for Actions against Judges (2006); Member of the Supreme Council for Administrative Justice (2008); Inspector of Administrative Courts (2009-10); Judge at the General Court since 25 October 2010.

Andrei Popescu
Andrei Popescu

Born 1948; graduated in law from the University of Bucharest (1971); postgraduate studies in international labour law and European social law, University of Geneva (1973-74); Doctor of Laws of the University of Bucharest (1980); trainee assistant lecturer (1971-73), assistant lecturer with tenure (1974-85) and then lecturer in labour law at the University of Bucharest (1985-90); principal researcher at the National Research Institute for Labour and Social Protection (1990-91); Deputy Director-General (1991-92), then Director (1992-96) at the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection; senior lecturer (1997), then professor at the National School of Political Science and Public Administration, Bucharest (2000); State Secretary at the Ministry for European Integration (2001-05); Head of Department at the Legislative Council of Romania (1996-2001 and 2005-09); founding editor of the Romanian Review of European Law; President of the Romanian Society for European Law (2009-10); Agent of the Romanian Government before the Courts of the European Union (2009-10); Judge at the General Court since 26 November 2010.

Mariyana Kancheva
Mariyana Kancheva

Born 1958; degree in law at the University of Sofia; post-master’s degree in European law at the Institute for European Studies, Free University of Brussels; specialisation in economic law and intellectual property law; Trainee judge at the Regional Court, Sofia (1985-86); Legal adviser (1986-88); Lawyer at the Sofia bar (1988-92); Director-General of the Services Office for the Diplomatic Corps at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1992-94); pursuit of the profession of lawyer in Sofia (1994-2011) and Brussels (2007-11); Arbitrator in Sofia for the resolution of commercial disputes; participation in the drafting of various legislative texts as legal adviser to the Bulgarian parliament; Judge at the General Court since 19 September 2011.

Guido Berardis
Guido Berardis

Born 1950; degree in law (Sapienza University of Rome, 1973), Diploma of Advanced European Studies at the College of Europe (Bruges, 1974-75); official of the Commission of the European Communities (‘International Affairs' Directorate of the Directorate-General for Agriculture, 1975-76); member of the Legal Service of the Commission of the European Communities (1976-91 and 1994-95); Representative of the Legal Service of the Commission of the European Communities in Luxembourg (1990-91); Legal Secretary at the Court of Justice of the European Communities in the chambers of the judge Mr G.F. Mancini (1991-94); Legal Adviser to members of the Commission of the European Communities, Mr M. Monti (1995-97) and Mr F. Bolkestein (2000-02); Director of the ‘Procurement Policy' Directorate (2002-03), the ‘Services, Intellectual and Industrial Property, Media and Data Protection' Directorate (2003-05) and the ‘Services' Directorate (2005-11) at the Directorate-General for the Internal Market of the Commission of the European Communities; Principal Legal Adviser and Director of the ‘Justice, Freedom and Security, Private Law and Criminal Law' Team at the Legal Service of the European Commission (2011-12); Judge at the General Court since 17 September 2012.

Eugène Buttigieg
Eugène Buttigieg

Born 1961; Doctor of Laws, University of Malta; Master of Laws in European Legal Studies, University of Exeter; Ph.D. in Competition Law, University of London; Legal Officer at the Ministry of Justice (1987-1990); Senior Legal Officer at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1990-1994); Member of the Copyright Board (1994-2005); Legal Reviser at the Ministry of Justice and Local Government (2001-2002); Board Member of the Malta Resources Authority (2001-2009); Legal Consultant in the field of EU law from 1994, Legal Advisor to the Ministry of Finance, the Economy and Investment on consumer and competition law (2000-2010), Legal Advisor to the Office of the Prime Minister on consumer affairs and competition (2010-2011), Legal Consultant with the Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority (2012); Lecturer (1994-2001), Senior Lecturer (2001-2006), subsequently Associate Professor (since 2007) and holder of the Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law (since 2009) at the University of Malta; author of numerous publications in the fields of competition law, consumer law, intellectual property and EU law; co-founder and vice-president of the Maltese Association for European Law; judge at the General Court since 8 October 2012.

Carl Wetter
Carl Wetter

Born 1949; Uppsala University, B.A. in economics 1974, LLM 1977; Administrative Officer at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1977); member of the Swedish Bar Association (from 1983); member of the competition law working group of ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) Sweden; Lecturer in competition law at Lund University and Stockholm University; author of numerous publications; Judge at the General Court since 18 March 2013.

Vesna Tomljenović
Vesna Tomljenović

Born 1956; University of Rijeka, B.A. 1979; University of Zagreb, L.L.M. 1984, S.J.D. 1996; University of Rijeka, Faculty of Law, Assistant professor (1980-1998), Associate professor (2003-2009), Professor (2009-2013); University of Rijeka, Faculty of Economics, Assistant professor (1990-2013); President of the Croatian Comparative Law Association (2006-2013); Judge at the General Court since 4 July 2013.

Egidijus Bieliūnas
Egidijus Bieliūnas

Born 1950; degree in law from the University of Vilnius (1973); doctorate in law (1978); Assistant Lecturer, Junior Lecturer and then Senior Lecturer at the Law Faculty of the University of Vilnius (1977-92); Consultant in the Legal Department of the Supreme Council - Reconstituent Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania (1990-92); Adviser at the Lithuanian Embassy in Belgium (1992-94); Adviser at the Lithuanian Embassy in France (1994-96); Member of the European Commission of Human Rights (1996-99); Judge at the Supreme Court of Lithuania (1999-2011); Senior Lecturer in the Criminal Law Department of the University of Vilnius (2003-13); Representative of the Republic of Lithuania on the Joint Supervisory Body of Eurojust (2004-11); Judge at the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Lithuania (2011-13); Judge at the General Court since 16 September 2013.

Viktor Kreuschitz
Viktor Kreuschitz

Born 1952; Doctor of Laws of the University of Vienna (1981); Civil servant in the Federal Chancellery, Constitutional Affairs Department (1981-97); Adviser in the Legal Service of the European Commission (1997-2013); Judge at the General Court since 16 September 2013.

Anthony Michael Collins
Anthony Michael Collins

Born 1960; Graduate of Trinity College, Dublin (Legal Science) (1984) and of the Honourable Society of King's Inns, Dublin (Barrister-at-Law) (1986); Bencher of the Honourable Society of King's Inns (since 2013); Barrister-at-Law (1986-90 and 1997-2003) and Senior Counsel (2003-13) at the Bar of Ireland; Legal Secretary at the Court of Justice of the European Communities (1990-97); Director of the Irish Centre for European Law (1997-2000) and continues to be a Member of its Board of Directors; Vice-President of the Council of European National Youth Committees (1979-81); General Secretary, Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions (1977-84); General Secretary, Irish Union of School Students (1977-79); International Vice-President, Union of Students in Ireland (1982-83); Member of the Permanent Delegation of the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE) to the EU and EFTA Courts (2006-13); Judge at the General Court since 16 September 2013.

Ignacio Ulloa Rubio
Ignacio Ulloa Rubio

Born 1967; Law Degree with honours (1985-1990) and PhD studies (1990-1993) at Universidad Complutense, Madrid; Public Prosecutor of Gerona (2000-2003); Judicial and Human Rights Advisor for the Coalition Provisional Authority, Baghdad, Iraq (2003-2004); Civil First Instance Judge and Investigative Judge (2003-2007) thenSenior Judge, Gerona (2008); Deputy Head of EUJUST LEX Integrated Rule of Law Mission for Iraq at the Council of the European Union (2005-2006); Legal Counsellor of the Constitutional Court of Spain (2006-2011 and 2013); Secretary of State for Security (2012-2013); Civil Expert on Rule of Law and Security Sector Reform of the Council of the European Union (2005-2011); External Expert on Fundamental Rights and Criminal Justice for the European Commission (2011-2013); lecturer and author of numerous publications; Judge at the General Court since 16th September 2013.

Stéphane Gervasoni
Stéphane Gervasoni

Born 1967; graduate of the Institut d'études politiques, Grenoble (1988) and the École nationale d'administration (1993); Junior Officer at the Council of State (Judge-Rapporteur in the Litigation Division (1993-97) and Member of the Social Affairs Division (1996-97)); Legal Adviser at the Council of State (1996-2008); Senior Lecturer at the Institut d'études politiques, Paris (1993-95); Commissaire du gouvernement attached to the Special Pensions Appeal Commission (1994-96); Legal Adviser to the Ministry of the Civil Service and to the City of Paris (1995-97); Secretary-General of the Prefecture of the Département of the Yonne, Sub-Prefect of the District of Auxerre (1997-99); Secretary-General of the Prefecture of the Département of Savoie, Sub-Prefect of the District of Chambéry (1999-2001); Legal Secretary at the Court of Justice of the European Communities (2001-05); full member of the Appeals Board of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) (2001-05); Judge at the European Union Civil Service Tribunal (2005-11, President of Chamber from 2008 to 2011); Councillor of State, Deputy President of the Eighth Chamber of the Litigation Division (2011-13); Member of the Appeals Board of the European Space Agency (2011-13); Judge at the General Court since 16 September 2013.

Lauri Madise
Lauri Madise

Born 1974; degrees in law (Universities of Tartu and Poitiers); Adviser in the Ministry of Justice (1995-99); Head of the Secretariat of the Constitutional Committee of the Estonian Parliament (1999-2000); Judge at the Court of Appeal, Tallinn (from 2002); Member of the Judges' Examination Commission (from 2005); participation in legislative work concerning constitutional law and administrative law; Judge at the General Court since 23 October 2013.

Ian Stewart Forrester
Ian Stewart Forrester

Born 1945; degrees from the University of Glasgow (MA 1965, LLB 1967) (history and English literature, law); master’s degree in civil law from Tulane University of Louisiana (MCL 1969); called to the Scottish Bar (1972) and the New York Bar (1977); appointed Queen’s Counsel (1988); called to the Bar of England and Wales (1996) and the Brussels Bar (1999); practised at the Bar in Edinburgh, Brussels, London and New York; visiting professor (1991) and doctor honoris causa (2009) of the University of Glasgow; Bencher of Middle Temple (2012); arbitrator at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) and the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS); author of numerous publications; Judge at the General Court since 7 October 2015.

Constantinos Iliopoulos
Constantinos Iliopoulos

Born 1948; graduated in law from the University of Athens (1971); degree in economics (postgraduate studies) from the Athens University of Economics and Business (1974); admitted to the Athens Bar (1973); Doctor of Law, University of Hamburg (1984); lawyer (1973-2016); Professor of International and European Economic Law (2007-15) and Professor in the ‘Master in International and European Energy Law' programme (2015-16) of the Faculty of Law, University of Thrace; Assistant lecturer (1980-84), lecturer (1992-2006) and Visiting Professor (2015) at the Faculty of Law, University of Hamburg; member of the Hellenic Competition Commission (1992-2006); Legal adviser to the Minister for Economic Development and Energy (2007-09); Legal adviser appointed by the Government of the Republic of Cyprus (2002-03); member of the Board of the Centre of International and European Economic Law, Thessaloniki (2005-11); Treasurer (1987-2000) and Secretary-General (2000-16) of the Greek Association for European Law; founding member and Secretary-General of the Greek Association for Energy Law (2012-16); Vice-President of the Greek-German Lawyers Association (Hamburg) (1987-2016); Secretary-General of the Greek-German Lawyers Association (Athens) (1990-2016); author of numerous publications; Judge at the General Court since 13 April 2016.

Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo Ibáñez-Martín
Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo Ibáñez-Martín

Born 1957; graduated in law from the Complutense University of Madrid (1979) and Master of Arts, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University (United States) (1985); Professor of Law at the CEU San Pablo University (1985-93); Legal Adviser, Council of State (1983-96); Secretary-General of the Centre for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences, Juan March Foundation (1991-96); Deputy Secretary, Ministry of the Interior (1996-2001); general counsel (2001-03); lawyer (2004-05); Director of Master in International Relations and Professor of Law at the Instituto de Empresa (2007-13); Senior Legal Adviser, Council of State (2005-16); Judge at the General Court since 13 April 2016.

Dean Spielmann
Dean Spielmann

Born 1962; Bachelor's degree in law from the Catholic University of Louvain (1988) and Master of Laws, University of Cambridge (1990); research assistant at the Catholic University of Louvain (1991-97); lawyer at the Luxembourg Bar (1989-2004); member of the human rights and criminal law committees of the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE) (2002-04); member of the EU Network of Independent Experts on Fundamental Rights (2002-04); member of the Advisory Commission on Human Rights, Luxembourg (2000-04); Judge (2004-15), Section President (2011-12), Vice-President (2012), then President (2012-15), of the European Court of Human Rights; associate lecturer at the University of Luxembourg (1996-2006); lecturer at the University of Nancy 2 (1997-2009); member of the Grand-Ducal Institute, Moral and Political Science Section (since 2002); Honorary Fellow, Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge (since 2013); Honorary Bencher of Gray's Inn, London (since 2013); Honorary Professor, University College London (since 2013); member of scientific committees of several legal journals; author of numerous publications; Judge at the General Court since 13 April 2016.

 

Virgilijus Valančius
Virgilijus Valančius

Born 1963; graduated in law from the University of Vilnius (1986); Doctor of Law (2000); prosecutor in the Prosecution Office in Vilnius (1986-90); Judge (1991-94) and Vice-President (1993-94) of the District Court, Vilnius; Judge and President of the Civil Chamber (1995-2002) of the Court of Appeal of Lithuania; Judge (2002-13) and President (2002-08) of the Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania; lecturer at the University of Vilnius (1997) and at Mykolas Romeris University (1998-2004); Associate Professor (2004-08), Head of the Civil Procedure Department (2002-06) and senior lecturer (since 2008) at Mykolas Romeris University; President of the European Association of Judges (EAJ) (2006-08); Vice-President of the International Association of Judges (IAJ) (2006-14); member of the Consultative Council of European Judges (CCJE) (2000-14); member of the Board of the Association of the Councils of State and Supreme Administrative Jurisdictions of the European Union (ACA-Europe) (2010-13); member of the Board of Trustees of the Academy of European Law (ERA) (2008-11); Judge at the General Court since 13 April 2016.

Zoltán Csehi
Zoltán Csehi

Born 1965; graduated from Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, in law (1990) and history of art (1992) and Master of Laws from the University of Heidelberg (1991); Doctor of Law (2004); lawyer at the Budapest Bar (1995-2016); Associate Professor of Law (1991-2005) and Professor of Law (2005-16) at Eötvös Loránd University; Head of the Department of Commercial Law (2007-13), then Head of the Department of Private and Commercial Law and Professor (2013-16), at the Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Budapest; Visiting Professor at the Catholic University of Lyon (2013-16); Arbitrator at the Permanent Arbitration Court attached to the Hungarian Stock Exchange and ad hoc arbitrator (2004-16); Judge at the General Court since 13 April 2016.

 

Nina Półtorak
Nina Półtorak

Born 1971; graduated in law from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków (1995); Doctor of Law (2001); habilitated Doctor in Legal Science (2011); Associate Professor (2003-13), then Professor (since 2013), in the EU Law Department at the Jagiellonian University; Director of Postgraduate Study Programmes in EU law at the Jagiellonian University (2006-13); Visiting scholar at the University of Oxford (1998) and visiting fellow at the European University Institute, Florence (2005); admitted to the Kraków Bar (2000); legal counsel (2000-12); Judge at the Regional Administrative Court, Kraków (2012-16); seconded to the Supreme Administrative Court of the Republic of Poland (2014-16); Director of the EU Law Department, Supreme Administrative Court (2013-16); author of numerous publications on European law; Judge at the General Court since 13 April 2016.

Anna Marcoulli
Anna Marcoulli

Born 1974; graduated in law from the University of East Anglia (1995) and Master of Laws from the University of Bristol (1996); admitted to the Cyprus Bar (1997); member of the Legal Service of the Republic of Cyprus, European Union Section (1998-2008); seconded national expert in the Research and Documentation Division of the Court of Justice of the European Union (2005-07); Legal Adviser to the Cyprus Presidency of the Council of the European Union (2012); member of the Legal Service of the European Commission (2008-16); Judge at the General Court since 13 April 2016.

Peter George Xuereb
Peter George Xuereb

Born 1954; graduated in law from the University of Malta (1977), Master of Laws, University of London (1979); Ph.D., University of Cambridge (1982); legal adviser in the private sector, then at the Maltese Parliament (1993-2016); Professor and Head of the Department of European and Comparative Law at the University of Malta (1993-2016); President of the Malta European Law Association; author of numerous publications; Judge at the General Court since 8 June 2016.

Fredrik Schalin
Fredrik Schalin

Born 1964; law degree from the University of Stockholm (1991) and University of Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne (1990 and 1994); called to the Stockholm Bar (2008); Legal Secretary at the Södertälje District Court and the Svea Court of Appeal (1991-93 and 1994-95); Judge at the Gotland and Norrtälje District Courts (1995-96); Judge at the Svea Court of Appeal (1996-97); Assistant Secretary of the Parliamentary Committee on Finance (1997-98); Legal Adviser for European Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1999); Legal Secretary at the Court of Justice of the European Union (1998 and 1999-2006); lawyer, then advocate (2006-08); Judge (2009-16) and President of Chamber (2012-15) at the Södertörn District Court; Lecturer at the University of Stockholm (2006-08); Lecturer at the Swedish Judicial Training Academy (2011-16); Judge at the General Court since 8 June 2016.

Inga Reine
Inga Reine

Born 1975; graduated in law from the University of Latvia (1996); master’s degree at the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC) (Italy, 1998); lawyer at the Latvian National Human Rights Office (1995-99); adviser to the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) (mission in Kosovo (1999-2002) and mission in Montenegro (2002-03)); lawyer at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and representative of the government at international human-rights organisations (2003-12); head of division (2012-15) and legal adviser (2012-16) at the Permanent Representation of Latvia to the European Union; member of the Steering Committee for Human Rights (CDDH) of the Council of Europe (2003-12); Judge at the General Court since 8 June 2016.

Emmanuel Coulon
Emmanuel Coulon

Born 1968; law studies (Université Panthéon-Assas, Paris); management studies (Université Paris Dauphine); College of Europe (1992); entrance examination for the Centre régional de formation à la profession d'avocat (regional training centre for the bar), Paris; certificate of admission to the Brussels Bar; practice as a lawyer in Brussels; successful candidate in an open competition for the Commission of the European Communities; Legal Secretary at the Court of First Instance (Chambers of the Presidents Mr Saggio (1996-98) and Mr Vesterdorf (1998-2002)); Head of Chambers of the President of the Court of First Instance (2003-05); Registrar of the General Court since 6 October 2005.

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