Daniel Carter joined the Europa Institute in 2015 as the Academic Coordinator for the Advanced LLM in European and International Business Law. He is also part of the European Law Moot Court coaching team at Leiden Law School.
Daniel obtained his BA (Hons) in Criminology and Sociology from the University of Brighton in 2008, and until 2011 worked as a legal researcher in the areas of personal injury and equal pay litigation. In 2011 Daniel also completed the Graduate Diploma in Law at Bournemouth University, graduating with Distinction. After some time teaching in the UK and Spain, in 2014 Daniel successfully completed the LLM in European Law at Leiden Law School, graduating cum laude. During his studies at Leiden University, Daniel participated in the 2014/15 European Law Moot Court Competition, where he reached the All-European Final and won the prize for Best Written Memorials.
His interests particularly lie in the fields of Union citizenship and fundamental rights, as well as the internal market and institutional law.
The European Precariat: A study on the free movement of workers in the era of precarious employment.
Under the supervision of Professor Christa Tobler, Daniel’s doctoral research aims to investigate the precise value of the principle of solidarity in the European Union and its relationship with Union Citizenship. Additionally, the research will involve an analysis as to the extent which EU law limits the freedom of Member States to organize their welfare systems, and the practical implications arising from this.