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Posts at the European Commission: From 1 October 1995 to 28 February 2001: Principal Legal Adviser (A 2) at the Legal Service of the European Commission, in charge of external relations; area of responsibilities included legal aspects of international trade and WTO issues, bilateral EU treaty and other relations with third countries, EU enlargement, association agreements and the EEA, multilateral cooperation in the context of the UN and its Specialized Agencies, the Council of Europe and other international organizations, EU sanctions regimes, the Common Foreign and Security Policy and questions of EU competence in the field of external relations; coordinating the Commission’s participation in international and national litigation in the field of external relations, including the European Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance (Luxembourg) and WTO panels and the Appellate Body (Geneva); acting as an agent of the Commission in selected cases before the Luxembourg Courts, the WTO dispute settlement bodies, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea and the European Court of Human Rights Deputy Director-General (A 1) of the Legal Service, responsibilities including functioning as a deputy to the Director General on all matters of EU law involving the European Commission, the coordination of infringement cases and matters of administration and in-house training, March 1, 2001 - January 16, 2002. Between 1 April 2001 and 31 May 2001, also acting as Director General f.f.


Publications: close to 300 publications (in English, Finnish, Swedish, French, German, Spanish), including more than 30 books, mainly in the fields of international law, EU law, human rights and citizens’ fundamental rights, and Finnish and comparative constitutional and administrative law
Languages: fluency in Swedish, Finnish, English; good ability to understand, speak and write: French; good ability to understand: Danish, Norwegian; ability to read and limited ability to speak: German; studied Latin (five years) at school; basic course in Spanish 2000

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CURRICULUM VITAE
Romain SCHINTGEN

Nom : SCHINTGEN Prénom(s) : Romain

Lieu et date de naissance : Luxembourg, le 22 mars 1939

Marié : Lucie DUI (1974)

Enfant : Isabelle (1981)
Fonction :
Juge à la Cour de justice des Communautés européennes depuis le 11 juillet 1996
Juge au Tribunal de première instance des Communautés européennes du 1er septembre 1989 au 11 juillet 1996
Études :
Études secondaires :
* Athénée Grand-Ducal de Luxembourg (1952 - 1959)
Études universitaires :
* Cours supérieurs de philosophie et lettres - Section Droit à l’Athénée Grand-Ducal de Luxembourg (1959/1960)
* Faculté de Droit et des Sciences Économiques de l’Université de Montpellier (France) (1960/1961)
* Faculté de Droit et des Sciences Économiques de l’Université de Paris France) (1961/1963)
Diplômes :
Certificat de fin d’études secondaires - Section latine

11 juillet 1959


Docteur en droit : 16 janvier 1964
Carrière professionnelle


  • Avocat au Barreau de Luxembourg : assermenté le 29 janvier 1964




  • Avocat-avoué au Barreau de Luxembourg : assermenté le 29 juin 1967




  • Attaché de Gouvernement au Ministère du Travail et de la Sécurité sociale : 10 octobre 1967




  • Conseiller de Gouvernement adjoint à ce même département : 17 janvier 1974




  • Conseiller de Gouvernement à ce même département : 30 mai 1975




  • Premier Conseiller de Gouvernement à ce même département : 14 février 1984




  • Administrateur Général du Ministère du Travail : 26 mars 1987.


Conseil Économique et Social


  • Président du Conseil Économique et Social (1988/1989) ;




  • Membre du Conseil Économique et Social (1978-1989).


Fonctions d’administrateur (jusqu’en 1989)


  • Administrateur de la Société nationale de Crédit et d’Investissement (SNCI), Luxembourg ;




  • Administrateur de la Métallurgique et Minière de Rodange-Athus (MMR-A), Luxembourg ;




  • Administrateur de la Société Européenne des Satellites (SES), Luxembourg.


Activités internationales (jusqu’en 1989)


  • Délégué du Ministre du Travail au Groupe des Questions sociales du Conseil des Communautés Européennes ;




  • Membre gouvernemental du comité du Fonds social Européen ;




  • Membre gouvernemental du Comité Consultatif pour la libre circulation des travailleurs ;




  • Membre gouvernemental au Conseil d’administration de la Fondation européenne pour l’amélioration des conditions de vie et de travail (Dublin) ;




  • Président de la délégation luxembourgeoise à la Commission sociale de l’Union Économique Benelux ;




  • Membre du Comité de la Main-d’œuvre et des Affaires sociales de l’OCDE ;




  • Délégué gouvernemental à la Conférence internationale du Travail (Organisation internationale du Travail - O.I.T).


Institut Universitaire International Luxembourg (IUIL)
Président depuis le 27 novembre 1995
Distinctions honorifiques :


  • Commandeur de l’Ordre grand-ducal de la Couronne de Chêne (Luxembourg) (1989) ;




  • Grand-Officier de l’Ordre du Mérite (Portugal) (1988) ;




  • Das Große Verdienstkreuz des Verdienstordens der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (République Fédérale d’Allemagne) (1976) ;




  • Encomienda de la expresada Orden del Mérito Civil (Royaume Espagne) (1980);




  • Officier de l’Ordre de la Couronne (Belgique) 1986);




  • Officier de l’Ordre d’Orange-Nassau (Pays-Bas) (1973).


Publications


  • Ouvrage de base sur « Le Droit du Travail » au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, Publication du Service Information et Presse du Gouvernement, 1990, mise à jour publiée en juillet 1996)




  • Jura Europae, Droit des pays de la CEE, Droit du Travail - Contribution relative au Luxembourg, Éditions Techniques Juris-Classeurs Paris ; Verlag C.H. Beck, München - Mises à jour annuelles




  • Le droit de grève au Luxembourg, Publication du Max-Planck Institut à Heidelberg




  • Le droit du licenciement - Essai d’un bilan - Bulletin du Cercle François Laurent 1985/1986 - Bulletin II




  • Les rapports de travail dans l’histoire sociale luxembourgeoise, dans Mémorial 1989, La Société Luxembourgeoise de 1839 à 1989, page 801 




  • La politique sociale dans l’ordre juridique communautaire dans « L’Europe en marche » publication du Lions Club Luxembourg-Country (1992)




  • Le droit du travail dans l’ordre juridique communautaire, Bulletin du Cercle François Laurent, 1993, Bulletin III




  • La longue gestation du droit du travail communautaire : De Rome à Amsterdam, Mélanges en hommage à Fernand Schockweiler, 1999, Nomos-Verlag

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CURRICULUM VITAE
ROSARIO SILVA DE LAPUERTA

Born in Madrid on 15 June 1954.



Married with two children.
EDUCATION
Secondary education at the Instituto Véritas, Madrid.
Higher education ‑ Law degree at Universidad Complutense, Madrid (1971-1976).
CAREER
1978 ‑ appointed Abogado del Estado following competitive examination.
1978-1982 ‑ Abogado del Estado in Málaga.
1982-1984 ‑ Abogado del Estado at the Legal Service of the Ministry of Transport, Tourism and Communications.
1984-1989 ‑ Abogado del Estado at the Legal Service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
1987-1989 ‑ Abogado del Estado at the Legal Service dealing with the Court of Justice of the European Communities and agent of the Kingdom of Spain before the Court.
Since 1989 ‑ Abogado del Estado-Head of the State Legal Service dealing with the Court of Justice of the European Communities.
Since August 2000 ‑ Deputy Director-General of the Community and International Legal Assistance Department (Ministry of Justice).
MEMBERSHIP OF COMMITTEES AND WORKING PARTIES
Member of the Commission discussion group on the future of the Community judicial system.
Head of the Spanish delegation in the Friends of the Presidency Group with regard to the reform of the Community judicial system in the Treaty of Nice.
Head of the Spanish delegation in the Council Working Party on the Court of Justice.
As a member of the Spanish delegation, worked on the preparation of the European Patent Convention and the establishment of the Court of First Instance.
Member of the Spanish delegation on various United Nations Committees on securities and international public procurement.
TEACHING ACTIVITIES
Professor of Community law at the Diplomatic School.
Has given Community law courses at the Carlos III University, the University of San Pablo‑CEU, ICADE, the National Institute of Public Administration (INAP) and the Women's Institute.
Lecturer on Community law issues at a number of faculties and institutions.
PUBLICATIONS
Co-director of the journal "Noticias de la Unión Europea" since it was set up in 1985.
Author of a book on procedure before the Court of Justice of the European Communities ("El Procedimiento ante el Tribunal de Justicia de las Comunidades Europeas", updated second edition) published by "La Ley".
Has contributed to a number of collective publications on Community law and Spanish administrative law, some of which are listed in the Annex.
Author of various articles in specialist Community law journals.

PUBLICATIONS


  • España y el Tratado de la Unión Europea – La administración de Justicia: el Tribunal. Colex.




  • España y la negociación del Tratado de Amsterdam – La ampliación en el Tratado de Amsterdam de las competencias del Tribunal de Justicia – Política exterior.




  • El Tratado de Niza. El Grupo de reflexión sobre el futuro del sistema jurisdiccional comunitario. Colex.




  • Estudios de derecho tributario. El recurso de reposición previo al económico-administrativo – Instituto de Estudios Fiscales.




  • La introducción del Euro en España – El marco normativo de Derecho comunitario para la introducción del Euro. Banco Santander Central Hispano.




  • Derecho de los contratos públicos – El Derecho europeo y la Ley de Contratos de las Administraciones públicas. – Praxis




  • Igualdad de Trato – Las innovaciones del Tratado de Amsterdam en materia de igualdad hombre-mujer.




  • Diccionario jurídico – Voces de Derecho Comunitario – Espasa.




  • Perspectivas jurídicas actuales. Homenaje a Alfredo Sánchez-Bella. La responsabilidad patrimonial de los Estados miembros por incumplimiento del Derecho comunitario – Centro de Estudios Ramón Areces.




  • La Constitución española y el ordenamiento comunitario europeo I – Las nuevas competencias comunitarias en el Tratado de la Unión Europea. XVI Jornadas de la Dirección General del Servicio Jurídico del Estado 1993 – Ministerio de Justicia.




  • La Constitución española y el ordenamiento comunitario europeo II – La Comisión – XVIII Jornadas de la Dirección General del Servicio Jurídico del Estado – 1994 – Ministerio de Justicia.




  • El ámbito privado del sector público. El control comunitario de las privatizaciones XXIV Jornadas de la Abogacía General del Estado – 2002 – Ministerio de Justicia.




  • El nuevo marco jurídico de las telecomunicaciones y de los servicios audiovisuales – La salvaguardia de la competencia – Cuadernos de Derecho judicial.

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CURRICULUM VITAE
Vassilios Skouris
Born in Thessaloniki in 1948 and attended primary and secondary school there. Studied law at the Free University of Berlin (1965-1970) and continued with post-graduate studies at Hamburg University (1970-1972). Awarded a doctorate in 1973 and in 1978 was appointed Private Lecturer in Constitutional and Administrative Law in the Faculty of Law of the University of Hamburg where he had been Assistant Lecturer from 1972 to 1977.
Professor of Public Law in the Faculty of Law of the Dimokriteiou University of Thrace (1977‑1980) and in the Faculty of Law of Bielefeld University, Germany (1980-1982).

From 1982, Professor in the Faculty of Law at the Aristoteleiou University of Thessaloniki.


Minister for the Interior in the Government of Ioannis Grivas for the elections on 5 November 1989.
Member of the Administrative Board of the University of Crete (1983-1987), member of academic associations and preparatory committees for laws on matters relating to justice, education, etc.
From 1987, regular member of the Appeals Board of the European Schools in Brussels.
President of the Greek European Law Association (1992).
President of the Association for Legal and Economic Studies and Public Works ("IKTINOS") (1993).
Member of the High Council for the Appointment of Civil Servants from 1994.
Director of Studies (1985-1990), from 1990, Secretary and, from September 1997, Director of the Centre for International and European Economic Law.
Member of the Administrative Board of the European Legal Academy at Trier (from 1995).
Minister for the Interior in the Government of Kostas Simitis for the elections on 22 September 1996.
Member of the Administrative Board of the National School for Judges (1995-1996).
Chairman of the Economic and Social Committee (1998-1999).
From June 1999, Greek Judge at the Court of Justice of the European Communities (Luxembourg).
Has represented Greece in important cases before the Court of Justice of the European Communities.
Has published monographs, textbooks and a large number of academic studies on the subjects of administrative, constitutional and European community law in Greek, German, French and English.
Has taught and lectured at universities abroad (Germany, France, Italy and Austria).

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CURRICULUM VITAE
Francis Geoffrey JACOBS
Born 8 June 1939

Advocate General at the Court of Justice of the European Communities since 1988


Professor of European Law, University of London from 1974 to 1988
Barrister; Queen's Counsel; Bencher (Middle Temple)

Author of several books on European law;

Founding editor, Yearbook of European Law;

General editor, Oxford EC Law Library (formerly Oxford Series on European Community Law).

A visiting professor, King's College London, since 1989

A governor, British Institute of Human Rights, since 1985

A governor, Inns of Court School of Law, 1996-2001

Awards:


Commandeur de l'Ordre de Mérite, Luxembourg 1983

Fellow, King's College London 1990

Hon. LL.D., University of Birmingham 1996

Hon. DCL, City University 1997

Hon. Fellow, Society of Advanced Legal Studies 1997

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CURRICULUM VITAE
Juliane KOKOTT


I. Personal details





Forename:


Juliane


Surname:


Kokott


Place of Birth:


Frankfurt am Main

Date of birth:


18 June 1957

Parents:

Father: Dr iur. Bernhard Kokott (died 1995)

Mother: Marianne Kokott, née Drescher




Nationality:


German

Civil status:


married to Rainer Sturies, lawyer, five children


II. School and university education





1964–1972


Primary and secondary school in St Ingbert, Saarland

1972–June 1976


Attended Heinrich-Hertz-Gymnasium in Bonn/BadGodesberg, obtaining higher secondary school leaving certificate (Abitur)


October 1976–July 1978

and October 1979–March 1982




Law studies in Bonn

October 1978–July 1979


Studied at the University of Geneva and the Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, as a scholarship student of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)


20 March 1982

First State law examination, Bonn/Cologne (wholly satisfactory)



III. Academic career





May–July 1982


Technical assistant to Prof. Dr iur. Christian Tomuschat, University of Bonn


August 1982–December 1983


Fulbright scholar in the United States of America:

  • Assistant to Prof. Dr Thomas Buergenthal, American University, Judge at the International Court of Justice, former President of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights; July–December 1983 Consultant to the law office of Fulbright & Jaworski, Washington D.C. in a Swiss‑American arbitration case.






1984–1987

Legal traineeship at the District Court of Heidelberg, from May to July 1986 trainee post at the Federal Constitutional Court; in addition to traineeship, work at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law;

7 July 1987 Second State law examination (satisfactory).




5 July 1985

Law doctorate from the University of Heidelberg: dissertation on the inter-American system of human rights protection (magna cum laude)


16 December 1985

Diploma of the International Academy for Constitutional Law, Tunis


10 June 1987

Awarded Otto Hahn medal of the Max Planck Society for scientific trainees


September 1988–June 1989

Research at Harvard Law School as a result of winning the Otto Hahn medal (see above)


7 June 1990

Graduated as Doctor of Juridical Sciences (SJD) from Harvard University


27 May and 7 July 1992

Post-doctoral lecturing qualification (Habilitation) from the Law Faculty at Heidelberg University and authorisation to teach (venia legendi) comparative public law, international law and European law in that Faculty





IV. Professional experience





(a) Centred on European law





August 1987–August 1988 and

July 1989–April 1992



Consultant for European Community law, inter alia, at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law


August 1991–October 1991

Visiting Professor on European Community law at the University of California – Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law


10 October 1994

Appointed Professor of German and Comparative Public Law, International Law and European Law at the Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf (C4)


Since October 1999

Chair of International Law, International Business Law and European Law in the Law Faculty at the University of St Gallen


Since January 2000

Director of the Institute for European and International Business Law at the University of St Gallen (EUR–HSG)


Since 1 January 2001

Deputy Director of the Master of Business Law programme (MBL-HSG) at the University of St Gallen, specialising in European Business Law





(b) Other professional activities





Summer semester 1992 –

Winter semester 1992/93



Replacement professor in the Law Faculty of the University of Mannheim and in the Law Faculty of the University of Augsburg


17 February 1993

Appointment as Professor of Public Law (C3) at the University of Augsburg


14 December 1993

Appointment as Professor of Public Law (C3) at the University of Heidelberg


March 1995

Appointment by the Federal Government as a deputy judge at the International Conciliation and Arbitration Court of the OSCE


28 May 1996

Appointment as an ordinary member of the Federal Government's Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU) by the Federal Minister for Education, Science, Research and Technology and the Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Reactor Safety; 1996–2003 Deputy Chair of the WBGU

July 1996

Appointment as an associate member of the International Academy for Constitutional Law, Tunis


Since October 2000

Member of the Management Committee of the Institute for Business and Ecology of the University of St Gallen (IWÖ–HSG)


Since March 2002

Member of the International Advisory Board (IAB) of the North-Rhine-Westphalian Science Centre's Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy


Since April 2002

Member of the Board of Trustees of Oikos, Foundation for Economics and Ecology


V. Academic appointments





December 1992

Chair of Public Law (C3) at the University of Augsburg


January 1993

Chair of Public Law, specialising in administrative law and the science of administration (C3) at the University of Bochum


May 1993

Chair of Public Law (C3) at the University of Frankfurt/Main


June 1993

Chair of Public Law (C3) at the University of Heidelberg


28 December 1993

Chair of German and Comparative Public Law, International Law and European Law in the Law Faculty at the University of Düsseldorf


1999

Chair of International Business Law, International Law and European Law in the Law Faculty at the University of St Gallen





VI. Selection of current projects





(a) Centred on European law





  • Speaker at the meeting of the Association of German Teachers of Constitutional Law in Hamburg in October 2003 on the topic: "Teachers of Constitutional Law faced with changing subject matter: the consequences of Europeanisation and internationalisation"




  • Speaker at the Second European Lawyers' Conference in Athens; presentation of a report on the subject "Protection obligations and fundamental rights in Community law", 1 and 2 May 2003




  • Collaboration on "Commentary on the TEC" by Rudolf Streinz (publisher), comments on Articles 281, 282, 296–299, 301–307, 311–314 of the TEC




  • Leadership and technical coordination and lectures on European Community law and international business law in the context of St Gallen University's "Master of European and International Business Law" programme, organised according to private sector principles; Deputy Director




  • Harmonisation of public law compensation for environmental damage; period: January 2000‑January 2001; participants: Prof. Dr J. Kokott and Dr Frank Hoffmeister, European Commission; project sponsor: UBA/Berlin; area of research: European Community law, comparison of public law with the aim of harmonisation




  • Participation in the inter-disciplinary project group on a Master's programme at the University of St Gallen in politics, law and economics with a specialisation this year in the expansion of the European Union towards the East (MIA); since December 1999




  • Participation in the higher education programme (WBZ) at the University of St Gallen, run according to private sector principles, by organising conferences in Zürich, for example on topics such as "Equality at Work" (May 2000), "Bilateral agreements between the EC and Switzerland" and "Free movement of persons" (October 2000)




  • Completed project: successful representation of North Rhine-Westphalia before the European Court of Justice in the preliminary ruling procedure in the Case of Marschall v Land Nordrhein-Westfalen, [1997] ECR I– 6363 (Admissibility in European Community law of measures to promote equality of opportunity for women)




(b) Other projects


  • I-CON (The International Journal of Constitutional Law): period: since 1996; participants: Prof. Dr J. Kokott (responsible inter alia for submission of the draft project accepted by the New York University School of Law on the basis of which the journal was founded), experts in constitutional law from all over the world; the International Association of Constitutional Law, the American Association of Constitutional Law, the New York University School of Law/Global Law School Program; project sponsors: New York University School of Law, Soros Foundation, Swiss National Fund for the Promotion of Scientific Research and the participants; area of research: comparative constitutional law, convergence of constitutional developments, regional and universal constitutionalisation processes




  • Rapporteur to the Committee on Diplomatic Protection of Persons and Property of the International Law Association/ILA; period: since 1996 (first report, London, July 2000; second report, New Delhi, April 2002)




  • Expropriations between 1945 and 1949 and the European Convention on Human Rights; period: January 2000 – May 2001; participants: Prof. Dr J. Kokott, Dr Beate Rudolf, Düsseldorf, von Raumer law office, Berlin; representation of several appellants in a case before the European Court of Human Rights



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  • CURRICULUM VITAE Romain SCHINTGEN
  • CURRICULUM VITAE ROSARIO SILVA DE LAPUERTA
  • MEMBERSHIP OF COMMITTEES AND WORKING PARTIES
  • CURRICULUM VITAE Vassilios Skouris
  • CURRICULUM VITAE Francis Geoffrey JACOBS
  • CURRICULUM VITAE Juliane KOKOTT
  • Kokott Place of Birth: Frankfurt am Main
  • IV. Professional experience (a) Centred on European law
  • (b) Other professional activities
  • V. Academic appointments
  • VI. Selection of current projects (a) Centred on European law

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