Robert Schütze is a constitutional scholar with a particular expertise in the law of the European Union and comparative federalism. He completed his doctorate at the European University Institute, and has been a trainee at the Legal Service of the European Commission, Germany's Permanent Representation at the EU and in the Chambers of former Advocate General Jacobs at the European Court of Justice. Schütze is the author of a textbook on “European Constitutional Law” and a shorter one called “An Introduction to European Law.” His monograph “From Dual to Cooperative Federalism: The Changing Structure of European Law” received the Best Book award of the University Association for Contemporary European Studies. He is presently writing a book on “Foreign Affairs and the European Constitution.”
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