Prof. Henri De Waele
studied Dutch, International and European Law in Nijmegen and Leuven. He holds an LL.M. and a Ph.D. from Radboud University Nijmegen, as well as the Diploma in European Union Law from the European University Institute in Florence.
Alongside his post at the University of Antwerp, Prof. De Waele is employed as a senior lecturer / associate professor of EU law at the Radboud University Nijmegen (The Netherlands). He there teaches various courses on European institutional law (including EU external relations law and judicial protection) and has been supervisor/coach of teams participating in the European Law Moot Court Competition.
Prof. De Waele’s main research interests lie within the domain of European institutional law, covering inter alia the general principles of EU law, the inter-institutional dynamics, the effect of European norms in the national legal order, EU citizenship and the system of judicial protection. His other research interests include general international law, constitutional law and legal theory.