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Alina Kaczorowska

Alina Kaczorowska
Title: Professor of European Law
Qualifications: B.C.L. D.E.A (France). PhD (France), C.A.P.A. (Certificate for practising as a ‘barrister’ in France) (Centre Regional de Formation Professionnelle des Barreaux du Ressort de la Cour d'Appel de Paris, Paris) (France).
Teaching Areas: Substantive EU Law, Private International Law, International Human Rights Law, CARICOM Single Market and Economy Competition Law.
Biography: Alina Kaczorowska holds a number of postgraduate legal qualifications and a State Doctorate in International Law with great distinction (Doctorat en Droit avec la mention très honorable) from the University of Nice in France. She has been Professor of EU and International Law at the University of the West Indies since September 2005. Prior to that she was Professor of EU Law at the Southampton Institute in England and was awarded a Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law in June 2004. She has taught at University College Cork in Ireland, at McGill University in Montréal, at the Grand Ecole de Commerce in Rennes and is qualified as a barrister at the Paris Bar. She is the leading writer on EU Law and Public International Law for Routledge of London and New York. She has published eighteen books, and many articles in renowned journals. Since joining the University of the West Indies she has been actively involved in Caribbean legal life and considers herself the friend of the Caribbean Court of Justice.
Research:
International Law, EU Law, Competition Law

Staff Publications:
Books

International Trade Conventions and Their Effectiveness. Present and Future, The Hague/London/Boston: Kluwer Law International, 1995, 135.

Conflict of Laws, London: Cavendish, 1996, 270.
 
EU Law Today, London: Old Bailey Press, 1998, 410.
 
Recent Developments in EU Law, London: Old Bailey Press, 1988, 130.
 
European Law, London: Old Bailey Press, 1999, 379.
 
Conflict of Laws, 2nd edition, London: Cavendish, 2000, 290.
 
EU Law for Today's Lawyers, London: Old Bailey Press, 2000, 629.

Public International Law Textbook, London: Old Bailey Press, 2002, 514.
 
 150 Leading Cases on European Union Law with Commentary, London: Old Bailey Press, 2002, 419.
 
 150 Leading Cases on Public International Law with Commentary, London: Old Bailey Press, 2002, 410.
 
 Public International Law Textbook, London: Old Bailey Press, Second Edition, 2003, 532.
 
 EU Law, 2001-2002 LLB Examination Questions and Suggested Solutions, London: Old Bailey Press, 2004, 126.
 
 150 Leading Cases on European Union Law with Commentary, Third Edition, London: Old Bailey Press, September 2004, circa 440 pages.
 
 150 Leading Cases on Public International Law with Commentary, Second Edition, London: Old Bailey Press, 2004, 430 pages.
 
 Public International Law Textbook, London: Old Bailey Press, Third Edition, 2005, 562 pages.
 
 European Union Law, London: Routledge, 2009, 964 pages.
 
 Public International Law, London and New York: Routledge, Fourth Edition, 2010, 877 pages.
 
 EU Law, London and New York: Routledge, Second Edition, 2011, 977 pages.
 
Articles
 
Règles uniformes d'interprétation d'un contrat international, (1991) 68 Revue de droit international et de droit comparé, 294-313.
 
Should Ireland Accede to the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, (1991) 9 Irish Law Times, 281-286.
 
Wykladnia przepisow konwencji dotyczacych handlu miedzynarodowego, Panstwo i Prawo (Polish Yearbook of International Law), (1992) 10 zeszyt, 71-85.
 
The Recognition of Foreign Divorces in Ireland, (1993) 11 Irish Law Times, 80-86.
 
Doing Business with Russia: Infinite Opportunities or Limitless Risks? (1995) 6 International Company and Commercial Law Review, 281-84.
 
Les usages du commerce en droit conventionnel international, (1995) 29 La Revue juridique Thémis, 429-457.
 
L'internationalité d'un contrat, (1995) 72 Revue de droit international et de droit comparé, 204-236.
 
Nowy Francuski Kodeks Karny (A New French Penal Code), (1995) 11/12 Przeglad sadowy, (The Court Review), 120-128.
 
Foreign Torts in the United Kingdom and Ireland - A New European Perspective, (1996) 5 Irish Journal Of European Law, 20-43.
 
Le droit à la nationalité est-il un droit fundamental de l'homme? (1998) 19-20 Turkish Yearbook of Human Rights, 1-30.
 
New Developments in EU Law, (1999) The Practitioners' Handbook, 383-493.  
 
A New "Right" Available to Individuals under Community Law, (1999) 5 European Public Law, 79-90.
 
New Developments in EU Law, (2000) The Practitioners' Handbook , 353-465.
 
International Competition Law in the Context of Global Capitalism, (2000) 12/2 European Competition Law Review, 117-127.
 
The Concept of Agreement Within the Meaning of Article 81(1) EC – The Bayer Case, 2001, Butterworths – EU Direct.
 
“Gourmet” Can Have Its Keck and Eat It! (2004) 10/4 European Law Journal, 479-494.
 
The Power of National Competition Authority to Disapply National Law Incompatible with EC law and Its Consequences”, (2004) 25/9 European Competition Law Review, 591-599.
 
A Review of the Creation by the ECJ of the Right to Effective and Speedy Medical Treatment and its Outcomes, (2006) 12/3 European Law Journal, 345-370.
 
The Supremacy of Community Law, (2006) 16/2 Caribbean Law Review, 245-259.
 
The European Competition Network and its Model Leniency Programme. Does it Increase Fairness for Leniency Applicants? [2007]12 Competition Matters, Jamaica Fair Trading Commission, 27 – 31.
 
Book Review: “Principles of European Constitutional Law”, edited by Armin von Bogdandy and Jürgen Bast, Second Revised Edition, published by Hart Publishing and Verlag CH Beck in 2010. (2011) 36/3 European Law Review, 442-444.
 

Contact: alina.kaczorowska@cavehill.uwi.edu; Office No.: (246) 417-4244
Faculty of Law
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