IDEE, Royal University Institute for European Studies, Jerónimo Maillo, Luis Rodrigo de Castro, Academic Staff, Allan Francis Tatham, CEU San Pablo University, Law Faculty

ALLAN FRANCIS TATHAM                                

Professor of European Law. Faculty of Law. San Pablo CEU University                                                                                                            

  

 

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

  • Bachelor of Laws, Hatfield College, Durham University (1987)
  • Law Reports International, Trinity College, University of Oxford (1987-1990)
  • Master of Civil Law at Hatfield College, University of Durham (1990)
  • Studio Legale Eugenio Grippo, Milan, Italy (1991)
  • English Bar Association (1991-1992) and appointed as a lawyer in 1992
  • PhD in Law from the Faculty of Law of Leiden University (The Netherlands)

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Lecturer and Honorary Professor of ELTE, Faculty of Law, Budapest, Hungary 1993-1995; 2002-2011
  • Associate Professor, Péter Pázmány Law School, Catholic University, Budapest, 1995-2011
  • Legal Adviser and Adviser to the Ambassador, Delegation of the European Commission to Hungary, 1998-2001
  • Visiting Professor Hungarian Judicial Academy, Budapest (2007-2011)
  • Since 2011, Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law of the University CEU San Pablo, Madrid.

 

PUBLICATIONS

  • TATHAM, A. F. (2019). “Without Fear or Favor’: Ensuring independence and accountability of regional judiciaries in a globalized system”. Law in the Process of Globalization. University of Kragujevac. pp. 23-48.
  • TATHAM, A. F. (2018). The constitutional challenges that the Brexit negotiations have created in the United Kingdom: An overview. Revista de Derecho Comunitario Europeo. Vol. 59. pp. 263-302.
  • TATHAM, A. F. (2015). “‘Keeping the Faith’: The Trials and Tribulations of the Hungarian Constitutional Court in following its European Vocation”. Central European Judges Under the European Influence: The Transformative Power of the EU Revisited. CEPC. Hart Publishing. pp. 349-374.
  • TATHAM, A. F. (2015). ‘The Art of Falling Apart?’: Constitutional conundrums surrounding a potential Brexit. CSF-SSSUP Working Paper Series. Vol. Nº 2/2015.
  • TATHAM, A. F. (2015). ““Practising faith in diversity?”: Amnesty International and others v. Sudan and the protection of religious freedom under the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights”. Diversidad cultural e interpretación de los derechos. Estudio de casos. Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales.
  • TATHAM, A. F. (2015). "La difusión del modelo de gobernanza judicial europeo: el papel crucial de la jurisprudencia del TJUE”. El modelo europeo. Contribuciones de la integración europea a la gobernanza global. CEU Ediciones/Biblioteca Nueva.
  • TATHAM, A. F. (2015). “Judicial Variations on the Theme of Regional Integration”: Diffusing the EU Model of Judicial Governance. STALS Research Paper, Sant’Anna Legal Studies Series. Vol. 6/2015.
  • TATHAM, A. F. (2014). Diffusing EU law beyond the borders of the Union: the Judicialization of the European trading area. Colombia Internacional. Vol. 81. pp. 27-66.
  • TATHAM, A. F. (2014). “National identity and EEA law: The next constitutional step for the EFTA Court?” Democratic and Social State under the Rule of Law – Society, Politics, Economy: Festschrift for the 45th Academic Anniversary of Prof. Zbigniew Maciag. AFMKU/Jagiellonian University.
  • TATHAM, A.F. (2013). Central European Constitutional Courts in the Face of EU Membership: The Influence of the German Model of Integration in Hungary and Poland. Martinus Nijhoff (Brill). Leiden.
  • TATHAM, A.F. (2012). “The Impact of Training and Language Competence on Judicial Application of EU Law in Hungary” EN 18 European Law Journal. pp 577-594.
  • TATHAM, A.F. (2012).“Preserving Sovereignty, Delaying the Supranational Constitutional Moment? The CJEU as the Anti-Model for regional judiciaries”. Documento de Trabajo Real Instituto Universitario de Estudios Europeos. Serie Unión Europea y Relaciones Internacionales. Número 58. IDEE. CEU Universidad San Pablo. Madrid.
  • TATHAM, A.F. (2012). "'Don’t Mention Divorce at the Wedding, Darling’! EU Accession and Withdrawal after Lisbon” EN EECKHOUT, P., BIONDI, A. y RIPLEY, S. (eds.). European Union Law after the Lisbon Treaty. Oxford University Press. Oxford. 
  • TATHAM, A.F. (2011).“In the judicial steps of Bolívar and Morazán? Supranational Court Conversations between Europe and Latin America” EN European Journal of Law Reform 157. 13/1. 
  • TATHAM, A.F. (2011). “Ensuring Compliance? Enhancing Judicial Application of the acquis communautaire before Accession” EN KABAALIOGLU, H., OTT, A. yTATHAM, A.F. (eds.). EU and Turkey: Bridging Differences. İKV Publications. Istanbul. 
  • TATHAM, A.F. (2010). “Exporting the EU Model: A Judicial Dimension for EU International Relations?” EN LXIII Studia Diplomatica. No. 3-4.
  • TATHAM, A.F. (2009). “Liability of Public Authorities in England and France. Damages for Breach of EC law after Francovich and Brasserie,” EN BIERNAT, T (ed.). Studia Prawnicze: Rozprawy i Materiały, Krakowska Akademia im. Andrzeja Frycza Modrzewskiego. Kraków.101.
  • TATHAM, A.F. (2009). Enlargement of the European Union. Kluwer Law International. Alphen aan den Rijn. 
  • KABAALIOGLU, H., OTT, A. y TATHAM, A.F. (2011). EU and Turkey: Bridging Differences. İKV Publications. Istanbul.
  • TATHAM, A.F. (2009). “Ensuring compliance? Enhancing judicial application of the acquis communautaire before accession” EN CLEER Working Papers. TMC Asser Institute, The Hague.
  • TATHAM, A.F. (2007). “Impact of European Law in the National Arena: Reply to András Jakab’s intervention” EN  JAKAB, A., TAKÁCS, P. y TATHAM, A. F. (eds.). The Transformation of the Hungarian Legal Order 1985-2005. Kluwer Law International, Alphen aan den Rijn. 620.
  • TATHAM, A.F. (2006). EC Law in Practice: A Case Study Approach. HVG-ORAC. Budapest. 
  • TATHAM, A.F. (2005). “Parliamentary Reform 1832-1911 in England” 10 Rechtsgeschichliche Vorträge/Lectures EN Legal History. ELTE. Budapest.
  • JAKAB, A., TATHAM, A.F. y TAKÁCS, P. (2007). The Transformation of the Hungarian Legal Order 1985-2005. Kluwer Law International. Alphen aan den Rijn.