Magdalena Zabrocka

Magdalena is a doctoral researcher at the University of Aberdeen, a faculty member at the University of Nottingham, and a visiting lecturer at the School of International and Advanced Problems of Public Law, University of Gdańsk. Magdalena’s core research concerns citizenship by investment (‘CBI’) in the EU while her expertise includes EU law, human rights and selected areas of public law. Most of Magdalena's broader research is policy-oriented and related to ‘SLAPPs’. Magdalena is a member of the Anti-SLAPP Hub, Human Rights Law Centre (HRLC), International Law and Security Centre (ILSC), several ECPR Groups, and the SLS. She is a former PGR Associate Director of the Aberdeen Centre for Constitutional and Public International Law (‘ACCPIL’).

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The ML v Poland ‘landmark’ judgment on reproductive rights and the ENNHRI third-party intervention: How ‘landmark’ is it in reality?

The ML v Poland ‘landmark’ judgment on reproductive rights and the ENNHRI third-party intervention: How ‘landmark’ is it in reality?

On 14 December 2023, in ML v Poland, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) confirmed that Poland’s 2020 Constitutional Court’s decision, resulting in a near-total abortion ban, violated the right to private and family life under ...
Case C-673/20 EP v Préfet du Gers: The Stripping of the Right to Vote

Case C-673/20 EP v Préfet du Gers: The Stripping of the Right to Vote

Image description: the Court of Justice of the European Union Ruling of the CJEU After the request for a preliminary ruling from the French tribunal lodged in 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union held that UK ...