Lilian Tsourdi (E.)

In UM, Lilian (co-)designs, (co)-convenes, and teaches in undergraduate and postgraduate modules of migration law and governance; an undergraduate interdisciplinary module for the BA Global Studies (combining the disciplines of law, economics, and psychology), and a postgraduate module on EU migration and asylum law for the European Law School Master.

Between 2016-2022 she also co-convened and co-lectures in a postgraduate course on EU asylum and migration law at Sciences Po Paris. Before joining UM, Lilian designed, convened, and taught postgraduate modules on international refugee law and human rights law at the University of Oxford (2017-2019). Lilian has guest lectured at postgraduate level modules in Queen Mary University of London, the University of Turin, the University of Pisa, and the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB). She has experience on long-distance learning having designed and co-convened a postgraduate module on EU asylum law for the School of Advanced Study of the University of London (2015-2017). 

Lilian lectures in specialised summer schools organised by the Odysseus Academic Network at the ULB (since 2014); the Migration Policy Centre at the EUI (2015-2017); and the Department of International and European Law at the University of Athens (2017; 2018). She has trained public officials and practitioners in the framework of activities funded by TAIEX (the Technical Assistance and Information Exchange instrument of the European Commission), the European Council of Refugees and Exiles (‘ELENA’ courses); and the European Joint Masters in Strategic Border Management (University of Salamanca).