Field of specialisation
EU financial services law, the free movement of capital, EU constitutional law.
Alina Domaradzka (PL) joined EIPA’s Training Centre in Luxembourg, the European Centre for Judges and Lawyers, as a Lecturer in December 2010. After graduating in law from the University of Wroclaw (PL), Alina obtained a LL.M.Eur. in European and International law from the University of Bremen (DE) in 2002. She has subsequently worked in Brussels as a trainee with the European Commission (2004) and as a paralegal for a German law firm (2005-2006), dealing with antitrust and state aid law. In parallel, she completed her Ph.D. thesis regarding EU regulations on the free movement of workers and services at the Centre of European Law and Politics, University of Bremen (ZERP). In 2006, Alina began working in the insurance sector, initially as a legal assistant at the European federation of insurance intermediaries (2006-2007), and then as a policy advisor for the European insurance and reinsurance federation in Brussels (2007-2010). In this latter position, she provided advice on EU regulatory matters concerning the Single Market, insurance distribution, Single European Payment Area (SEPA) and consumer protection laws, and was responsible for the monitoring of, and lobbying on, EU policy and regulation in these areas.
Based in Luxembourg
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|Tutorial: EU Law For Non-Lawyers – Module 2||EIPA||Feb 2020|
|Tutorial: EU Law For Non-Lawyers – Module 1||EIPA||Feb 2020|
|Tutorial: EU Law For Non-Lawyers – Full Course||EIPA||Feb 2020|
|EU Financial Services Law for Non-Lawyers||EIPA||Nov 2019|
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|EU Banking Union||EIPA||Jun 2019|