About Marine Corhay
Marine Corhay is a PhD Candidate (FRESH grantee – F.R.S./FNRS) at the Faculty of Law of the University of Liège (ULiège, Belgium). Prior to starting her PhD, she was a teaching assistant at the Institute of criminal law and criminal procedure. She holds a Master’s degree in Criminal Law from Uliège and an LL.M. in Public International Law from the University of Nottingham (UK). Her research interests include Belgian and European criminal law, human rights law, public international law and cybercrime.
- 30 May The AI Act and European Health Data Space Proposal: Seeing ‘AI to AI’ With Each Other?
- 23 May Out of Scope, Out of Mind, and Don’t Say Decentralisation: Brief Remarks on the new MiCA Regulation
- 18 May Why the CJEU should not follow the AG Opinion on the application of ne bis in idem in the pending Volkswagen case
- 17 May Case C-769/22: A further step in the protection of the fundamental rights within the European Union?
- 15 May ‘Voluntary detection orders’ under the proposed EU Child Sexual Abuse Regulation violate EU (privacy) law