Ljupcho Grozdanovski is a Research Associate FNRS, at the European Legal Studies Research Center, Faculty of Law, Political Science and Criminology, University of Liège. His research focuses on the access to and the administration of evidence in litigation dealing with harm occasioned by the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI). In parallel with this project, he teaches the European law, (big) data and AI application seminar. In 2023, he was awarded the ‘Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence’ label by the European Commission. Under this label, he coordinates the Justice and AI Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence – Effective Judicial Redress in the Rising European and Global AI litigation (JUST-AI JMCE).

Ljupcho Grozdanovski holds a Bachelor’s degree in Law (2006), a Master 1 in International Law and European Studies (2007) and a Master 2 in European Union Law (2008) from the University of Strasbourg. Between 2009 and 2014, he was a research and teaching assistant at the Centre for European Legal Studies (University of Geneva), and from 2011 to 2012, he was a junior lecturer in EU procedural law at the Université Jean Moulin (Lyon 3). In 2015, he defended his doctoral thesis on the topic of presumption in EU law, under the supervision of Professor Valérie Michel (Aix-Marseille University) and Professor Christine Kaddous (University of Geneva). His thesis was defended suma cum laude and was selected as best thesis in European law, defended at Aix-Marseille University in 2014-2015. In 2016, he was qualified by the French Universities Council (CNU) for the maîtrise de conferences in Public Law.

After a first post-doc at the Universities of Neuchâtel (2016-2018) and Geneva (2017-2018), Ljupcho Grozdanovski was selected as a David-Constant Post-doctoral Fellow (2019-2020) to conduct research on the effects of AI on the labor market. He joined the 2020/21 class of the Emile Noël Fellowship, co-directed by Professors Joseph Weiler and Grainne de Burca, NYU. Within this Fellowship, he carried out a research project on procedural justice and evidence in EU law. Before receiving his FNRS mandate (2022), he taught (2020/21) international and European law at the University of Nantes.

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