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Miriam Schuler

Miriam Schuler

PhD Student


Miriam is a PhD candidate in European Law at King's College London, fully funded by an
AHRC London Arts & Humanities Partnership Research Studentship. Miriam's research interests lie in EU constitutional law and the philosophy of EU law, with a particular focus on EU values and democratic decline. In particular, her research focuses on the EU's defence of democracy against member states.

Currently, Miriam teaches EU law at King's College London, coaches the KCL team for the European Law Moot Court (ELMC) and serves as Editor for the KSLR EU Law Blog.

She has passed the First Legal State Examination in Berlin, and holds a Master in European Law from the Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas as well as a Master of Laws in Transnational Law from King's College London.

PhD Thesis

The EU’s defence of the principle of democracy against member states


Professor Eva Pils

Dr Darren Harvey

Research Interests

  • European Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Human Rights
  • Democracy


  • European Law
  • European Law Moot Court (ELMC)