Eva Storskrubb

Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor at Department of Law, Professors, Instructors, Researchers

+4618-471 2580
Visiting address:
Trädgårdsgatan 1 och 20, Västra Ågatan 26

Postal address:
Box 512
751 20 UPPSALA

Short presentation

Associate Professor (docent) Eva Storskrubb is Senior Lecturer (Universitetslektor) in procedural law at the Faculty of Law.

Her field of research is civil procedure. Her specific areas of interest are international procedural issues, EU civil justice, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution.

Associate Professor (docent) and Senior Lecturer (universitetslektor) Eva Storskrubb holds an LL.L degree from the University of Helsinki and a Ph.D. from the European University Institute in Florence. She defended her thesis in 2006 and it was published by Oxford University Press in 2008: Civil Procedure and EU Law - A Policy Area Uncovered.

During 2014-2016 she was post doctoral research fellow at the faculty, the first Marie Curie Fellow in law in Sweden, and worked on the project "RECLAIM: The Legitimacy of Mutual Recognition as a Regulatory Strategy for the Policy Area of Civil Justice in the EU". During 2016-2021 she was part-time researcher at the faculty for the research project "European Account Preservation - Impact on the Legal Order?" (Ragnar Söderbergs Stiftelse).

Prior to becoming a full-time lecturer at the faculty in 2021 she worked as an attorney and associate at law firms in Sweden, Finland and England, specialising in commercial dispute resolution. She has also been a trainee at the EU Court of Justice and the EU Commission.

She teaches on Term 4 (procedural law) and Term 6 (EU law and private international law), as well as on the advanced courses EU Commercial Law and Litigation, EU Criminal Law, EU Civil Procedure and Civilprocessföring. She also teaches on the Master's Programme in Investment Treaty Arbitration and supervises students writing their thesis.

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Eva Storskrubb