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Zane Rasnača

Department
Research
Unit
Europeanisation of Industrial Relations
Position
Researcher
Telephone
+ 32 (0)2 224 07 24
Email
zrasnaca@etui.org
Background

Zane Rasnača holds a PhD (2017) from the European University Institute in Florence. The topic of her thesis was “First or one among equals? The CJEU and the construction of EU social policy”. For her PhD she has received Mauro Cappelletti prize and ELFA 2017 award for the best thesis in European law. She also holds degrees from the University of Cambridge (LL.M, specialization in European law) and the University of Latvia. Before joining the ETUI, Zane was a stagiaire at the Court of Justice of the European Union. In 2014/2015 Zane Rasnača was a Fulbright/Schuman visiting researcher at Yale Law School and Rutgers University. She has worked for the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Latvia in the office of the Representative before the CJEU and has taught EU law and human rights courses at the University of Latvia, the European University Institute and Riga Graduate School of Law.

Areas of activity

EU law, Labour law, Comparative labour and constitutional law, European Industrial relations, European Social Dialogue, Transnational trade union rights, Judicial politics

Current research projects

Towards litigation strategy for trade unions and workers' representatives; Structural EU developments (Better Regulation – REFIT, The European Pillar of Social Rights, European Labour Authority); Posting of workers before national courts

Languages

Latvian, English, German

Main publications or courses

 

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