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Margrét Einarsdóttir, Associate Professor

School:School of Law 
Location:3rd floor 3.3.47 
Phone:599-6473 
Email:margreteinarsru.is 
Website:http://www.ru.is/starfsfolk/margreteinars

Curriculum Vitae

 
2011              Assistant Professor at the Reykjavik University. Law Faculty and Director of the European Law Institute.
2010-             Senior scientist at the Reykjavik University, Law Faculty and Director of the European Law Institute.
2010 (jan-maí) Lex law firm
2006-2009     Assistant at the Supreme Court of Iceland.
2003-2005     Johnson&Hall law firm.
2002              
Trainee at the Permanent Mission of Iceland in Geneva


Education

2006     LL.M in European Law from the University of Cambridge
2003     Admitted to the District Courts of Iceland.
2002     Cand. jur. from the University of Iceland, Faculty of Law.
2001     Erasmus student in the Katholieke Universtiteit Leuven in Belgium.
1997     Diploma from Secondary Grammar School, physics-line.

RU teaching record

2018-3L-101-ADF1Methodology
2018-3L-403-EVROEuropean Law
2018-1L-751-PROJResearch Study
2017-3L-888-EEAAThe Execution of the EEA Agreement
2017-3L-403-EVROEuropean Law
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Teaching outside RU

 
2007              Part time teacher at the University of Iceland.
2006-2008     Supervisor of BA-thesis, University of Iceland.
 


Research

Implenting secondary law into Icelandic national law – reasons for difficulties and what can be done?. Tímarit lögfræðinga 2018 p. 3-72.

Margrét Einarsdóttir and Ragnhildur Helgadóttir. "Iceland and the EEA-Agreement" in The EEA Agreement – A Commentary 2018. Editors: Finn Arnesen/Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen/Hans Petter Graver/Ola Mestad/Christoph Vedder.

The Increasing Problems with the execution of the EEA Agreement - the incorporation of EU secondary law. Tímarit lögfræðinga 2016, p. 503-546.

The Incorporation of EU Secondary law into the EEA Agreement - what improvements can be made? Tímarit lögfræðinga 2016, p. 3-54. 

The Incoporation of EU secondary law into the EEA Agreement and the implementation into icelandic national law.  Tímarit lögfræðinga 2015, p. 545-587.
 

The supremacy of EEA-law in the Icelandic legal system. Tímarit Lögréttu (1) 2014.

 

Advisory Opinions of the EFTA Court- Real Effects in the Icelandic Legal System, Tímarit lögfræðinga, 2. h. 2012.

State liability for breaches of EEA-Law committed by courts adjudicating at last instance. Tímarit lögfræðinga, 1. h. 2011.

Supremacy of implemented EEA-rules, Tímarit lögréttu, 1. h. 2010.
2009: Co-auther of a textbook in the field of European and International Law which is used for teaching the first year students, in Reykjavik University (not published).
 
2000: Project in the field of Privacy Law for Ethical Research Institute, 2000.
 
2000: Úlfljótur Editorials: volume 53, number 1-4.
 
1999: The European Economic Area Agreement and its impact on Icelandic Administrative Decisions, Úlfljótur (Law Review), volume 52, number 4, 1999, p. 545-558.
 
1999: Research project on the legal aspects of the European Economic Area agreement for the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. The project was nominated for the innovation award of the President of Iceland. Our report was published on the ministry´s website.

 

Supremacy of EEA-law in the Icelandic legal system. Tímarit lögréttu (1) 2014.Legal framework for cross border healthcare in the European Union. Tímarit Lögréttu, 1. h. 2013.

 

The incorporation of EU secondary law into the EEA Agreement and the implementation into Icelandic national law. Tímarit lögfræðinga (4) 2015. 


Honours and grants

2017: Grant from the Research Fund of the University of Iceland.
2016: Grant from the Research fund of the University of Iceland. 
2005: Chevening Scholarship of the British Council, awarded by the British Embassy in Iceland for study at the University of Cambridge.
1999: Research project on the legal aspects of the European Economic Area agreement for the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. The project was nominated for the innovation award of the President of Iceland.

 


Other

2017- Ad-Hoc College Member - EFTA Surveillance authority. 

2015 - Executive Board Member in Codex, the main publisher of law books in Iceland. 

2008- 2013 Board member of the lawyers union in Iceland and director of the Icelandic Law Journal. 2012-2014 Vice chairman of the financial supervisory authority of Iceland (chairman autumn 2013).

2004-2005  Board member of the Union of Women-Attorneys in Iceland.
 
2004-2005  Alternate member in Chamber of Commerce´s court of arbitration.
 
2001-2002 Jessup, International Law Moot Court Competition.

1999-2000    Editor of Úlfljótur (University of Iceland Law Review).