Doctoral dissertation

The political constraints on constitutional review
Thesis submitted in June 2019 at the Department of Political Science, University College London. Viva passed in July 2019.
Supervisors: Christine Reh, Lucas Leemann and Timothy Hicks


The Legitimacy of Regional Institutions
2016 in Tanja Börzel & Thomas Risse, The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Regionalism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 579-599; with Berthold Rittberger.

Under review

Signalling non-compliance threats: Political constraints on constitutional review
Submitted for review September 2020.

Current projects and working papers

The political constraints on constitutional review
Book manuscript based on my doctoral thesis at University College London's Department of Political Science.

Identifying issues in CJEU jurisprudence
with Johan Lindholm.

The implications of imperfect information: Rule-making at the Court of Justice of the European Union

Selected conference submissions

Backlash and discretion: Explaining judicial rule-making in constitutional review cases
Presented at the 2019 European Consortium for Political Research General Conference.

The political dynamics of constitutional review
Presented at the 2018 American Political Science Association Annual Conference.

The determinants of judicial review: Judicial concessions and legitimacy concerns
Presented at the 2017 Midwestern Political Science Association Annual Conference.