- Pander Maat, E., Grootelaar, H.A.M. and Jansen, A.A.A. (2018). Hoe eerlijk ervaren consumenten de klachtbehandeling? Tijdschrift voor Klachtrecht, 2, pp. 1–15.
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Eva Pander Maat hold an LLM in Legal Research (cum laude) from Utrecht University. Her thesis focuses on EU climate measures with extraterritorial effects in the context of the pursuit of coherent EU external action. The European Green Deal sets unprecedented climate aims, most notably that of climate neutrality by 2050. In adopting the legal measures to pursue these aims, the EU is not just regulating its internal climate policy, but also impacting regulatory behaviour in third countries. This impact has increasingly emerged as an explicit aim of climate measures, as is evidenced in the case of the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM). However, the extraterritorial impact of the Green Deal is met with fierce international opposition. At the same time, measures such as the CBAM are pivotal to enhancing the synergy between EU climate and other policy areas, such as trade, energy and tax. Eva’s thesis will investigate why and how the EU proceeds with adopting its extraterritorial climate measures in the face of international opposition, and to what extent they enhance the coherence of EU external action. Her PhD is funded by a Jean Monnet Scholarship.
Prior to arriving at City, Eva received a scholarship for a research stay on the Collegio dei Fiamminghi at the University of Bologna, completed traineeships at the Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik in Berlin and the Dutch Embassy to Israel in Tel Aviv and worked as a legal assistant on matters of constitutional and administrative law at the Dutch State Attorney’s office.
Besides her research, Eva teaches on courses on EU law and the EU as a global actor at City Law School.
Eva’s thesis is supervised by Professor Panos Koutrakos and Professor Elaine Fahey.
- LLM Legal Research (cum laude), Utrecht University, Netherlands, Sep 2018 – Aug 2020
- LLB (honours), Utrecht Law College, Netherlands, Sep 2015 – Aug 2018
- Bachelor of Arts, University College Utrecht, Netherlands, Sep 2012 – Aug 2015
- Graduate Teaching Assistant, City, University of London, Sep 2020 – present
- Research Trainee, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Aug – Oct 2019
- Legal Assistant, Pels Rijcken & Droogleever Fortuijn, Feb – Nov 2018
- Politics Trainee, Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands to Israel, Aug 2017 – Jan 2018
Dutch; Flemish (can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review), English (can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review) and French (can read, write and speak).
Publications by category
- Siboni, G. and Ezioni, L. (2021). Cybersecurity and Legal-Regulatory Aspects. WORLD SCIENTIFIC. ISBN 978-981-12-1915-3.
- Pander Maat, E. and Bendiek, A. (2019). The EU’s regulatory approach to cybersecurity. Berlin: Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik.
- Pander Maat, E. (2021). The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) as a building block of an ever-evolving relationship.