Julian Christmann (Marburg) and Antonis Megremis (Delft) win ESCL Master Thesis Competition 2014

The ESCL is proud to present the winners of the ESCL Master Thesis Competition 2014.

The winner is Julian Christmann (Philipps University of Marburg, Germany) whose thesis is entitled: How much scope remains for the legislature in reforming Section 651 of the German Civil Code? - An analysis in light of supranational law.

The second prize goes to Antonis Megremis (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands) whose thesis is entitled: Abnormally low tenders: Objectifying detection. Working towards economically sustainable procurement through a framework for the contracting authority to objectify the detection of abnormally low bids.


For details please refer to the attached Jury Report and the Press Release.

Winners of 2014:

Julian Christmann (Philipps University of Marburg, Germany) and Antonis Megremis (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands)

Winners of 2013:

Matthew Cocklin (King’s College London, UK) and Thomas Stehle (Philipps University of Marburg, Germany)

Winners of 2012:

Patrick Hehenberger (King’s College London, UK) and Timothy Leone Ganado (King’s College London, UK)

Please also have a look at the photos of the winners of 2014. On the "group photo", you can see from left to right: Former ESCL President Professor Mauro Rubino-Sammartano (Italy), ESCL President 2012-2013 Professeur Hugues Périnet-Marquet (France), Professor Anthony Lavers (UK), Mr. Antonis Megremis (Greece) (Uni Delft), ESCL President 2011-2012 Professor Dr. Benoît Kohl (Belgium), Mr. Julian Christmann (Germany) (Uni Marburg), ESCL President 2013-2014 Professor Avv. Giovanni Iudica (Italy).

Please press here for more pictures from the 2014 Annual ESCL Conference in Milan: