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Daniel Krotov

Daniel Krotov studied Franco-German law at the Universities of Cologne and Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne from 2014 to 2018, graduating with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) (Cologne / Paris 1) and a Maîtrise droit français – droits étrangers degrees.

In 2020, he passed the First State Examination at the Higher Regional Court of Cologne. Since 2021, is a research assistant at the Academy for European Human Rights Protection of the University of Cologne and a PhD student in co-tutelle with Prof. Dr. Angelika Nußberger and Prof. Dr. David Capitant (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne). His research area is comparative constitutional procedural law.

Areas of research

  • German and French constitutional procedural law

  • German and French constitutional procedural law

  • Fundamental rights of the European Union

  • French administrative law

  • Legal comparison

Current research project

Currently, Daniel is researching the role of constitutional courts in the interpretation of constitutions in times of the emergence of parallel constitutions such as the ECHR or EU law with Union fundamental rights.

List of publications

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Daniel Krotov
Research Assistant