Rensa Gaunt for England
Rensa Gaunt is a student of modern languages and cultures at the University of Cambridge. Originally from northern England, she has worked in Austria, Ukraine and Belgium, including a 10 month stay in Belgium as an EVS volunteer, and has studied in Germany, all of which has brought her closer to her continental counterparts and led her to become more engaged with national and international politics. She works in university access and runs projects that encourage young people to explore different cultures and the forces that shape them, and hopes that her work with the EST will allow her to build on this passion and inspire positive Change.
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BY OUR ENGLISH AMBASSADOR: ‘ARE WE THE BAD GUYS?’
Julian Lagus for Scotland
Julian Lagus (1993) is a final year LLB student in International and European Law at the University of Groningen in The Netherlands. He will start his final year with an exchange period at The University of Edinburgh focusing on EU competition law and International Commercial law, both of which are areas of law he aims to pursue during his future master studies. Julian has been involved in organizational activities in The Netherlands and Finland, such as being the Chairman of the External Affairs Committee of the International and European Law student association Nexus and a board member of the Helsinki Sports Academy Urhea. Being a former international level athlete, in his spare time Julian enjoys sports, travelling and movies.
Feel free to contact Julian at firstname.lastname@example.org
Articles published by Julian Lagus:
THE IRISH DILEMMA: THE EFFECTS OF THE INSUFFICIENT APPLICATION OF THE CILFIT RULE ON EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
Sean McLaughlin for Northern Ireland