Tymoteusz Zych discusses sovereignty of EU states after the Lisbon Treaty

December 6, 2013  |  KOSCIUSZKO CHAIR

On Wednesday, December 4, Tymoteusz Zych discussed "Europe after the Lisbon Treaty: Are EU member states still sovereign?" at an event sponsored by the Kosciuszko Chair of Polish Studies at The Institute of World Politics.

Mr. Zych teaches History of Political and Legal Philosophy and Introduction to the Methods of Legal Reasoning at the University of Warsaw. He has a law degree from the University of Warsaw and a degree in humanistic studies from Artes Liberales Academy, an inter-university program established by eight major Polish Universities. He also studied law at Humboldt University in Berlin. Serving as an expert at the Adam Smith Institute, he focuses on issues of regulatory reform, judicial lawmaking, and legal measures in the European demographic crisis. Mr. Zych was awarded numerous research grants and scholarships, including the Scholarship for the Best Young Scholars at the University of Warsaw.

A video of his remarks can be found below, and his PowerPoint presentation can be found here: Download file Zych, Europe after the Lisbon Treaty