Previously at Manchester and Liverpool Law Schools as lecturer in EU law. I have researched and written extensively in the area of EU governance and constitutionalism and the Open Method of Co-ordination in the context of employment, gender equality and immigration. More recently, I have been carrying out research in the field of EU asylum law and policy examining legislative developments and the judicial activism of the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights. Other areas of research include the promotion of human rights and international labour standards in the EU external trade law and policy and in this context the relationship between the European Union and other International organisations as well as its relationship with third countries.
I welcome collaborative research projects, including inter-disciplinary work, and Ph.D proposals focusing on these areas of research.
Current taught modules: Citizen and the State (Level 1); EU Law (Level 2); Jurisprudence (Level 2) (Module Convenor); The EU as a Global Actor (Convenor; LLM International Business Law; EU Internal Market (Convenor; LLM International Business Law).
Deputy Director of Research of the School of Law; Lincoln Law School PGR Lead; Lincoln Law School Research Committee Member; Member of the University of Lincoln, College of Social Science Research Degrees Board, Member of the University of Lincoln, College of Social Science Research Committee; Research mentor; Ph.D Supervisor
EU law and policy
2005 Ph.D - EU Employment Law, University of Nottingham
Research Thesis: “The Effectiveness of ‘New’ EU Governance. A Case-Study of the European Strat
1999 LL.M - European Law, University of Nottingham
Master Thesis: “EMU: Beyond Political Boundaries - A Strategy for the Evolution of the Economic Sy
1997 LL.B - University ‘La Sapienza’ Rome, Italy
Degree Thesis in Public International Law: “The Role of the Secretary General of the United Nation
2008 PG Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Centre for Lifelong Learning - Uni
Society of Legal Scholars (SLS)
University Association for European Contemporary Studies (UACES)
Velluti, Samantha and Beveridge, Fiona (2008) Conclusion. In: Gender and the open method of coordination - perspectives on law, governance and equality in the EU . Ashgate, Dartmouth. ISBN: 9780754673439
Velluti, Samantha and Beveridge, Fiona (2008) Introduction. In: Gender and the open method of coordination: perspectives on law, governance and equality in the EU. Ashgate, Dartmouth. ISBN: 9780754673439