- Federalism and Backlash: Toward a New Research Agenda (with Thomas Kleinlein) co-editors of symposium issue, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, forthcoming 2017.
- Domesticating The ‘Foreign’ in Making Transatlantic Data Privacy Law, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, forthcoming 2017.
- Reining in the Big Promise of Big Data: Transparency, Inequality, and New Regulatory Frontiers, NORTHWESTERN JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.
- The Safeguards of Privacy Federalism, LEWIS & CLARK LAW REVIEW 20:2, 2016.
- Towards and Internal Hierarchy of Values in the EU Legal Order: Balancing the Freedom of Speech and Data Privacy, MAASTRICHT JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN AND COMPARATIVE LAW, 23:3 2016.
- Judicial Appointments: The Article 255 TFEU Advisory Panel and Selection Procedures in the Member States. COMMON MARKET LAW REVIEW, Vol. 51, No. 2, pp. 455-482, 2014 (with Tomas Dumbrovsky and Marijn van der Sluis).
- The Notion of Consensus as a Route to Democratic Adjudication? The United States Supreme Court, the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights Compared, CAMBRIDGE YEARBOOK OF EUROPEAN LAW, Vol.14, 663-695, 2011-2012.
- What Went Wrong with Opinion 2/13 on EU Accession to the European Convention of Human Rights, in JUDICIAL POWER: HOW COURTS AFFECT POLITICAL TRANSFORMATIONS, CH. LANDFRIED (ED.), CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, forthcoming 2017.
- Data Privacy Rights and Citizenship: Notes on Federalism All the Way Up, in CITIZENSHIP AND FEDERALISM IN EUROPE: THE ROLE OF RIGHTS, D KOCHENOV (ED.), CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2017.
- Privacy Federalism in the US and the EU: The Role of State Institutions, in SURVEILLANCE, PRIVACY AND TRANS-ATLANTIC RELATIONS, D COLE, F FABBRINI, S SCHULHOFER (EDS), HART PUBLISHING, 2017.
- Spill-Overs in Selecting Europe’s Judges: Will the Criterion of Gender Equality Make it to Luxembourg? in SELECTING EUROPE’S JUDGES. A CRITICAL APPRAISAL, M BOBEK (ED.), OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2015.
- Three Levels of Dialogue in Precedent Formation at the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights, in HUMAN RIGHTS LAW IN EUROPE: THE INFLUENCE, OVERLAPS AND CONTRADICTIONS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS, K DZEHTSIAROU ET AL. (EDS), ROUTLEDGE, 2013.
- The role and potential of civil society and human rights organizations through third party interventions before the European Courts: (with Sergio Carrera) in JUDICIAL ACTIVISM AT THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE: CAUSES, RESPONSES AND SOLUTIONS, M DAWSON ET AL. (EDS.), EDWARD ELGAR, 2012.
- Privacy by Default in the European Union: Proposal for Data Protection Regulation. Studies on the Impact of Restrictive Default Privacy Settings on the Exchange of Personal Information on Social Network Sites, Markus Tschersich, Hamburg 2015, JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN CONSUMER AND MARKET LAW, BOOK REVIEW, 2016.
- Federal Trade Commission Privacy Law and Policy, Chris Jay Hoofnagle, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 14: 3 BOOK REVIEW, 2016.
- The Court of Justice of the European Union as a Fundamental Rights Tribunal: Challenges for the Effective Delivery of Fundamental Rights in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (with Sergio Carrera and Marie De Somer), POLICY PAPER FOR THE CENTRE FOR EUROPEAN PUBLIC POLICY (CEPS) BRUSSELS, 2012.
- 2016 June 10th Annual Anniversary Max Weber Conference, EUI, Florence, (Organizing Committee Advisory Board Member).
- 2016 May Roundtable on Privacy Advocacy: from Safe Harbor to the Privacy Shield (with Prof. Deirdre Curtin, EUI, and Prof. Franziska Boehm, Leibniz Institute)
- 2015 Oct. Co-organizer of “Symposium on Federalism and Fundamental Rights: Europe and the United States Compared”, Yale Law School (with Dr. Thomas Kleinlein), co-funded by the Yale Law School and the German Research Foundation.
- 2015 Feb. European Students Conference, Yale School of Management, New Haven, U.S.A. (Organizing Committee Advisory Board Member).
Selected Recent Conference Presentations:
- 2016 Jun. Panel co-organizer and paper giver, 3RD ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF PUBLIC LAW, ICON-S, BERLIN.
- 2016 Apr. Reigning in the Big Promise of Big Data: Where Transparency Works and Where it Doesn’t, CONFERENCE ON UNLOCKING THE BLACK BOX: THE PROMISE AND LIMITS OF ALGORITHMIC ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE PROFESSIONS, YALE LAW SCHOOL INFORMATION SOCIETY PROJECT, U.S.A.
- 2016 Apr. Privacy Federalism: How to Capitalize on Structure, INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PRIVACY PROFESSIONALS SUMMIT, U.S.A (by invitation).
- 2015 Oct. CONFERENCE ON FEDERALISM AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS: EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES COMPARED, YALE LAW SCHOOL, U.S.A. (co-organizer and paper giver).
- 2015 Oct. Domesticating the “Foreign” in Making Transatlantic Data Privacy Law, PRIVACY LAW SCHOLARS CONFERENCE, AMSTERDAM.
- 2015 Jun. The Safeguards of Privacy Federalism in the United States and The European Union, 8TH ANNUAL PRIVACY LAW SCHOLARS CONFERENCE AT BERKELEY, U.S.A (by invitation).
- 2015 Sep. All Things Balanced? Judicial Approaches to Balancing Data Protection and Freedom of Information in the US and the EU, CONFERENCE ON A BALANCED DATA PROTECTION IN THE EU: CONFLICTS AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS, Maastricht University in Brussels (by invitation).
- 2015 Apr. What Went Wrong with Opinion 2/13 on EU Accession to the European Convention of Human Rights, CONFERENCE ON “THE POWER OF CONSTITUTIONAL COURTS IN A GLOBAL WORLD I”, DEUTSCHES HAUS AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, U.S.A (by invitation).
- 2015 Mar. Privacy and Federalism in the EU and the US, CONFERENCE ON SURVEILLANCE, PRIVACY AND TRANSNATIONAL RELATIONS IN THE DIGITAL ERA, UNIVERSITÉ LIBRE DE BRUXELLES, BELGIUM (Annual Event of the Group on Constitutional Responses to Terrorism of the International Association of Constitutional Law).
- 2013 Dec. On Precedent Formation and Legal Certainty at the European Courts, YALE LAW SCHOOL GRADUATE CONFERENCE, U.S.A.