The project EuropeanMigrationLaw.eu is run by a team of experts, practicing lawyers and academics, with in-depth knowledge of EU law and the practical challenges of EU migration and asylum policy.
These experts contribute to the website.
Yves Pascouau holds a PhD in Law from Pau University (France) on EU migration policy (La poiltique migratoire de l’Union européenne, LGDJ, Paris, 2011). Since September 2017, Yves is a researcher at the University of Nantes (France) where he holds the "Chaire Schengen-Alliance Europa". From February 2001 to June 2017 he was Director of Migration and Mobility Policies at European Policy Centre (EPC), a Brussels based think-tank. Before joining the EPC, Yves worked in France (Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour from 2000 to 2010) and Belgium (at the Université Libre de Bruxelles from 2008 to 2011). Yves has researched and published widely on European and national immigration, asylum and integration policies.
Emmanuelle Néraudau holds a PhD in Law from Université Paris XI (Sceaux) on "Ordre public et droit des étrangers en Europe" (Ed. Bruylant, Bruxelles, 2006). Called to the French Bar in 2006, Emmanuelle has developed wide expertise in human rights, asylum and immigration law. She currently works as a lawyer in Brussels, as well as being a member of the Lawyers Association for the defence of migrant rights (ADDE) in Paris. She is also part of the research team ‘European Rights and Migration’ at the Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium) and gives a course on migrants' rights in the EU at the University of Nantes (France). Emmanuelle is on the review committee of the Belgian Journal RDE and the Committee for Droit des étrangers (LDH-Bruxelles). She participates regularly in conferences and trainings and has published widely in the field.
Christophe Pouly holds a PhD in Public Law from University of Paris Sud (University of Sceaux-Paris XI) on “Le droit à la sûreté des étrangers”. He is a lawyer and member of the Bar of Paris since 2005, specialising mainly on European Immigration Law. He currently teaches European Immigration Law and Immigration Litigation at the University of Pau and the University of Bordeaux in France. He participates regularly in conferences and symposia and is the author of many articles and studies in his field of research (in particular for the legal publisher Les Editions legislatives). Christophe Pouly also teaches for the Paris Bar School (EFB). He has worked for the Commission nationale de déontologie de la sécurité as Deputy Rapporteur (investigating cases and claims) until 2011.