Social rights in the context of the European Arrest Warrant
Dr Marie-Luce Paris
Neža’s PhD project explores the issue of social rights in the context of the European Arrest Warrant.
Individuals that are transferred on the basis of a European Arrest Warrant often find themselves facing poor detention conditions in the issuing Member State. These detention conditions do not always reach the threshold of a breach of the prohibition of inhuman and degrading treatment but can nevertheless still be very poor. Neža’s PhD project examines how and to what extent the issue of poor detention conditions in the context of the European Arrest Warrant can be addressed by the EU through social rights, such as the right to healthcare, the right to education and the right to an adequate standard of living.
Neža graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, in 2013. During her time in Ljubljana, she participated in the Central and East European Moot Competition, where she was awarded the Best Speaker Prize. She was also involved in coaching the University’s mooting teams for the CEEMC and ELMC competitions. In 2015, Neža graduated with an LLM degree (with distinction) from the University of Edinburgh, where she was awarded The University of Edinburgh UK/EU Master’s Scholarship and the Edinburgh Law School’s Tercentenary Award for Excellence. Following graduation, Neža completed traineeships at various Slovene national courts, at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg and at the Legal of Service of the European Commission in Brussels, before taking up a position as an assistant lawyer at the ECtHR. In 2017, she passed the Slovene State Examination in Law (Bar Exam). Neža began her doctoral studies at the UCD Sutherland School of Law in 2017. While at UCD, she tutored Constitutional Law and worked as a research assistant on the Effective Nature Laws project. She is currently tutoring in EU Constitutional Law and EU Economic Law. Her doctoral studies are funded by the UCD Sutherland School of Law.
Presentations and/or Publications:
Neža Šubic, “Executing a European Arrest Warrant in the Middle of a Rule of Law Crisis: Case C-216/18 PPU Minister for Justice and Equality (LM/Celmer)” 21 Irish Journal of European Law 98.
Neža Šubic, “Taking social rights seriously in the context of the European Arrest Warrant: a normative argument”, conference paper presented at the SLS Conference 2019, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK, 6 September 2019
Neža Šubic, “Taking a step forward: a normative argument for the protection of social rights in the context of the European Arrest Warrant”, conference paper presented at the UACES Graduate Forum Conference 2019, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK, 9 July 2019
Neža Šubic, “Social rights in the context of the European Arrest Warrant”, conference paper presented at the ATLAS Agora 2019, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, 20 June 2019
Neža Šubic, “Social rights in the context of the European Arrest Warrant? An argument based on the indivisibility of fundamental rights”, conference paper presented at the College of Social Sciences & Law and College of Business Annual Research Student Symposium, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, 2 May 2019
Neža Šubic, “Normative content of the principle of mutual trust in the AFSJ”, conference paper presented at the tenth Trinity College Law Student Colloquium, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, 9 February 2019