Thursday, March 30, 2023

Eugenie Merieau

Eugenie Mérieau is a lecturer and researcher at Sciences Po in Paris. She teaches Comparative Constitutional Law, Political Sciences and Human Rights. She is currently completing a PhD in Political Sciences at the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations on "Legal Transplants and Kingship : a study of Thai Constitutionalism". She holds Master Degrees in International Security (Sciences Po Paris) and Public Law (University of Nantes) as well as undergraduate degrees in Thai Studies (INALCO), Law (Sorbonne Paris) and Political Sciences (Sciences Po Paris). She has lived for 8 years in Thailand where she held several positions including researcher for the King Prajadhipok's Institute (under the Thai Parliament) and consultant for the International Commission of Jurists.


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