Professor Maria Fletcher
- Professor (School of Law)
Maria Fletcher is Senior Lecturer in European Law and Employability officer in the School of Law. She teaches on EU law-related courses at both under-graduate and post-graduate level and her research interests lie in the field of EU constitutional law and EU criminal Justice and migration. She is on the Steering Group of the University of Glasgow's Refugee Asylum and Migration Network (GRAMNet) and the Director of the Scottish Universities Legal Network on Europe (SULNE).
Maria’s research interests lie broadly in the field of European Union law. More specifically, her work examines the constitutional dimensions of the EU’s 'Area of Freedom, Security and Justice' (AFSJ) and the subject areas that fall under this heading - these include EU criminal law and policy and EU immigration and asylum law and policy. She has recently concluded a Nuffield-funded research project in collaboration with Professor Jo Shaw, University of Edinburgh, exploring the friction and overlap between EU free movement law and UK immigration law.
Kamilla Feddek -'Protection of the right to free movement of persons and social security in the European Union: law and practice'
Nina Miller Westoby 'The emerging concept of carer in EU law: a socio-legal investigation'
- Paul, Susannah
Asylum appeals decision making - credibilty determinations and heuristics in a culture of disbelief