Jennifer Boirot defended her PhD thesis on December 11th, 2015 in front of a Jury the composed by :
- Laurie BOUSSAGUET, University Professor, at the University of Rouen (France), Paris’ Sciences Po (European Study Centre) – Rapporteur
- Martine KALUSZYNSKI, Director of Research at CNRS, at the Institute for Political Studies of Grenoble (France) – Rapporteur
- Xavier CRETTIEZ, University Professor, at the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines (France) – Thesis Supervisor.
- Laurence DUMOULIN, Researcher at CNRS, at the Institute for Political Studies of Grenoble (France) – Examiner
- Jacques DE MAILLARD, University Professor, at the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines (France) – Examiner
- Rafael ORELLANA DE CASTRO, Lawyer – Justicial Expert, Gabinete Juridico Pericial Orellana in Barcelone – Examiner
We are pleased to announce that Ms. Jennifer BOIROT obtained the title of Doctor of Law in Political Sciencewith unanimous congratulations from the Jury.
About the funding of the thesis
The EEEI has funded and supported Jennifer since 2010 ; the first contacts with the University, her PhD supervisor Xavier Crettiez and she took place in 2009. At this time the subject of the thesis had been debated and in particular, the comparative study between 5 countries of the European Union was decided.
The funding of the EEEI has been of 45.000 €.
The EEEI, with its members, helped Jennifer to find contacts in every country concerned by this work ; judges, lawyers, experts and academics.
By its participation to this project, EEEI wants to show that harmonization of judicial proceedings of the civil and criminal expertise in Europe, is necessary but not sufficient. It is necessary to compare the “good practices” in the various jobs and various countries to bring out the best. It is also one of missions of the EEEI.