Europa Members Receive Appointments

Members of the Europa Institute receive academic and professional appointments


15 Aug 2016

Members of the Edinburgh Europa Institute have received academic and professional appointments this summer:

  • Europa Institute Co-Director Dr Tobias Lock, formerly Lecturer in European Union Law, was appointed Senior Lecturer in European Union Law in Edinburgh Law School at the University of Edinburgh
  • Europa Institute Member Dr Andy Aitchison, formerly Lecturer in Criminology, was appointed Senior Lecturer in Criminology in Edinburgh Law School at the University of Edinburgh
  • Europa Institute Member Dr Arianna Andreangeli, formerly Lecturer in Competition Law, was appointed Senior Lecturer in Competition Law in Edinburgh Law School at the University of Edinburgh
  • Europa Institute Member Dr Sotiria Grek, formerly Lecturer in Social Policy, was appointed Senior Lecturer in Social Policy Law in in the School of Social and Political Science at the University of Edinburgh
  • Europa Institute Member Dr Cormac Mac Amhlaigh, formerly Lecturer in Public Law, was appointed Senior Lecturer in Public Law in Edinburgh Law School at the University of Edinburgh
  • Europa Institute Member Prof Luke March, formerly Senior Lecturer in Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies, was appointed Professor of Post-Soviet and Comparative Politics in the School of Social and Political Science at the University of Edinburgh
  • Europa Institute Member Anthony Salamone was reappointed Managing Editor of European Futures, the University of Edinburgh and Edinburgh Europa Institute blog on Europe, through 2018

Congratulations to our members on their achievements!


The Edinburgh Europa Institute is the University of Edinburgh's research centre on European integration. Founded in 1968, it is the oldest organsation of its kind in Scotland and the UK. The Institute occupies a strategic position in academic and policy debates on Europe and organises a range of events and activities for academics, practitioners and the wider public.