- Transnational law and EU civil aviation regulation
- Safety norms and risk management
- The criminalisation of professional errors
My research focuses on the field of European Union (EU) civil aviation and the profession and professionalism of licensed aircraft maintenance engineers in Europe. In particular, my PhD project explores, from a socio-legal perspective, the complexity and interplay between legal norms and legal forms, civil aviation organisational structures and professional norms in relation to the broader notions of risk, safety and legal accountability.
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I hold a Bachelor of Science in Sociology of Law, a Bachelor of Science in Gender Studies, and a Master of Science in Global Studies (Major in Sociology of Law). I have studied at Lund University and at Malmö University in Sweden. I have also studied at the Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law (IISL) in the Basque Country, Spain. Prior to academic studies, I have an international professional background in aviation maintenance.