Stefanie Ripley

Stefanie Ripley


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Research interests

Stefanie's research interests are: European Union law; European labour law; the internal market; Member States' interests; and social rights. Her doctoral research reviewed the issues in respect of the EU Posted Workers Directive and presented solutions that aimed to balance the competing interests of national and EU law, in light of social rights and the freedom to provide services.

Biographical details

Stefanie was awarded her PhD from King's College London (KCL, 2014) and, on completion of her studies, now holds the position of Fellow of the Centre of European Law, KCL.  

Stefanie received her LLM degree in Transnational Business Practice from the University of the Pacific (California, USA, 2009). The LLM was a collaborative degree with the University of Salzburg where she spent a semester focussing on European Union Law and as part of the LLM, for academic credit, she undertook an internship at Christopher Bridges Law Practice in Singapore. She was awarded her LLB degree from the University of East Anglia (2007).

Additional qualifications include her Membership of the Bar of England and Wales (Inner Temple, 2008) and she is a CELTA qualified English language teacher (Cambridge, 2013).

Stefanie is currently applying for a job as a post-doctoral researcher.

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Laws, Finding Balance Between the Competing Interests of National and European Union Law and Economic and Social Policies Through the Posted Workers Directive, King's College London

Award Date: 1 Jan 2014

Master of Laws, Overview of Private Enforcement of EC Competition Law in the UK, University of the Pacific

Award Date: 1 Jan 2009

Bachelor of Laws, University of East Anglia

Award Date: 1 Jan 2007


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