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Professor Philip Syrpis
Professor Philip Syrpis
Professor of EU Law
MA(Cantab), DPhil(Oxon), BCL
Area of research
Director of Student Recruitment
EC Law; Labour Law
Dr Phil Syrpis studied Law at the University of Cambridge, and obtained the BCL degree at Oxford in 1994. He completed a doctoral thesis which analysed the rationales for European Social Policy in 2000. In 2002 he was a Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence. In his research, he attempts to define the outer limits of European Union competence and to explore the ways in which that competence should be sculpted. He has been at the University of Bristol since 1997. He is author of EU Intervention in Domestic Labour Law (Oxford University Press, 2007). His recent research has been on the EU internal market, examining the relationship between the EU legislature and judiciary in that context. He teaches a range of units on European Law at the University of Bristol, including LLM units in EU Trade Law, and Democracy and Legitimacy in the EU.
- Syrpis, P, 2017, Law and Politics in the Supreme Court. EUtopia law
- Syrpis, P, 2016, The Miller Judgment: Why the Government should argue that Article 50 is reversible.
- Syrpis, P, 2016, Once the UK triggers Article 50 to start Brexit, can it turn back?.
- Syrpis, P, 2016, 'Taking Back Control' from Europe is not the democratic option.
- Syrpis, P, 2016, The EU's Role in Labour Law: An overview of the Rationales for EU involvement in the field. in: Alan Bogg, Cathryn Costello, Anne Davies (eds) Research Handbook on EU Labour Law. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 21-42
- Syrpis, P, Koutrakos, P & Nic Shuibhne, N, 2016, Exceptions From EU Free Movement Law: Derogation, Justification and Proportionality. Hart
- Syrpis, P, 2016, EU Secondary Legislation and its Impact on Derogations from Free Movement. in: Exceptions from EU Free Movement Law: Derogation, Justification and Proportionality. Hart, pp. 278-296
- Syrpis, PAJ, 2016, What next?: An Analysis of the EU law questions surrounding Article 50 TEU.
- Novitz, TA & Syrpis, PAJ, 2015, The Place of Domestic Work in Europe: An analysis of current policy in the light of the Council Decision authorising Member States to ratify ILO Convention No.189. European Labour Law Journal, vol 6., pp. 104-127
- Syrpis, PAJ & Novitz, TA, 2015, The EU Internal Market and Domestic Labour Law: Looking Beyond Autonomy. in: Alan Bogg, Cathryn Costello, Anne Davies, Jeremias Prassl (eds) The Autonomy of Labour Law. Hart, Oxford, pp. 291-308
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