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: