Marise Cremona is currently EUI President ad-interim. She joined the EUI in 2006 as Professor of European Law and Co-director of the Academy of European Law, and was later appointed Head of the Department of Law. From 2001 to 2005, she was Professor of European Commercial Law and Associate Director at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies of Queen Mary University of London. Her areas of interest include: EU external relations, trade and development policy, common foreign and security policy, EU and the WTO, European neighbourhood policy, EU enlargement, as well as the European internal market and the institutional and constitutional law of the EU.
Her publications include:
Developments in EU External Relations Law, M. Cremona (ed), Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law, Oxford University Press, 2008
EU Foreign Relations Law – Constitutional Fundamentals, M. Cremona and B. de Witte (eds) Hart Publishing, 2008;
Values in EU Foreign Policy, in M. Evans and P. Koutrakos (eds) Beyond the established orders: Policy interconnections between the EU and the rest of the world, Hart Publishing, 2011.