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My current research interests cover EU law, health care, identity and nationalism.
LLB: Comparative Law (LAW 105) and European Union Law (LAW 297)
Recent Conference Presentations:
'Withdrawal in the Light of EU Citizenship: Integration Through Disintegration', paper presented at the 3rd Conference on European Law & Policy in Context, Integration or Disintegration?, Birmingham Law School, 27-29 June 2012.
Deputy Director of LLB Studies
Clemens joined the Law School as an Academic Fellow in 2012. He worked as Teaching Fellow and a Graduate Teaching Assistant while writing his PhD at Reading Law School.
Before coming to the UK he worked for a county administration in the Department of Environmental Law in Austria and before that he clerked for a Court of First Instance and a Court of Appeal also in Austria in the division of civil, criminal and labour law.
He also was an Intern to the European Parliament in Brussels.
Clemens holds degrees in Political Science and Law from the Universities of Innsbruck (Austria), Notre Dame (USA) and Reading (UK).
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