dkukovec at sjd.law.harvard.edu
Hierarchies as Law
- Professor Duncan Kennedy, Harvard Law School, Overall Faculty Supervisor
- Professor Mark Tushnet, Harvard Law School
- Professor Gráinne de Búrca, New York University Law School
Additional Research Interests
- Antitrust law
- Constitutional law
- Government procurement
- Labor law
- Law and Development
- WTO law
- Harvard Law School, S.J.D. 2015
- Harvard Law School, LL.M. 2002
- University of Ljubljana Law School LL.B. 2001
- Damjan Kukovec, Hierarchies as Law, 21.1 COLUM. J. EUR. L. 131 (2014).
- Damjan Kukovec, Law and the Periphery, 21.3 EUROPEAN LAW JOURNAL 46 (2015).
- Damjan Kukovec,Taking Changes Seriously: The Rhetoric of Justice and the Reproduction of the Status Quo in EUROPE’S JUSTICE DEFICIT?, 319 (Kochenov, de Búrca and Williams eds., 2015). Earlier version available here.
- “Whose Social Europe?”, talk delivered at Harvard Law School on April 16, 2010, available at Whose Social Europe? The Laval/Viking Judgments and the Prosperity Gap | Harvard Law School | Institute for Global Law and Policy
- “A Critique of the Rhetoric of Common Interest in the EU Legal Discourse”, talk delivered at Harvard Law School on April 13, 2012, available at Critique of Rhetoric in the European Union Legal Discourse | Harvard Law School | Institute for Global Law and Policy
- Damjan Kukovec, Taking Changes Seriously – The Discourse of Justice and the Reproduction of the Status Quo. A talk given at London School of Economics on September 22, 2012.
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Last Updated: August 14, 2015