Anna Kompatscher

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Gebäude Tallinn 1
TAL 110
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Post code / City
24943 Flensburg


Abteilung Europarecht
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin


No Title Type Semester
543039k Colloquium EU Law Kolloquium Spring semester 2024

Curriculum vitae

Since September 2021: Research assistant and PhD student at the Chair of European Law (Prof. Dr. Anna Katharina Mangold, LL. M. [Cambridge]).

  • PhD project on the right to healthcare of undocumented migrants in France, Germany and Italy.
  • Teaching in the Bachelor programme European Cultures and Societies (EUCS) and the Master programme European Studies (EUS). 

February to August 2021: Policy and research assistant at the NGO FEANTSA -European Federation of national organisations working with the homeless in Brussels (Belgium).

2019 to 2020: Master in European Political and Governance Studies at the College of Europe in Bruges (Belgium).

2012 to 2018: Law studies at the University of Trieste in Italy. Final thesis on the European jurisprudence of the German Federal Constitutional Court.

  • Autumn semester 2017: Research stay at the Albert-Ludwigs University in Freiburg (Germany) to conduct research for the final thesis.
  • Academic year 2015/ 2016: Erasmus+ at the Law Faculty of the University of Montpellier in France.

Research interests: European and international law, social rights, migration law, comparative law

Membership: German Women Lawyers' Association (djb), Migration Law Network (Netzwerk Migrationsrecht), Interdisciplinary Centre for European Studies (ICES), Associazione Italiana Studiosi di Diritto dell’Unione Europea (AISDUE), Member of the editorial board of the BlogDUE


Victims of Gender-Based Violence: Between Hope and Reality. The CJEU’s First Application of the Istanbul Convention, Völkerrechtsblog, 11.03.2024, with Katia Hamann and Alexandra Kempf.

The CJEU says no to systematic pushbacks within the EU. A comment to case C-143/22 of the CJEU about the limits of refusing entry to third-country nationals crossing internal EU borders, BlogDUE, 10.12.2023.

Das Ende von Schengen?, Verfassungsblog, 23.02.2023, with Anna Katharina Mangold

A right to stay for medical reasons? Case note to case C-69/21 of the CJEU about the limit to returning a seriously ill and irregularly staying third-country national, BlogDUE, 02.03.2023.

Kein Recht auf Gesundheitsversorgung für Menschen ohne Papiere? – Motive für die Abschaffung der Übermittlungspflicht aus § 87 AufenthG am Beispiel reproduktiver und sexueller Rechte, ZAR Zeitschrift für Ausländerrecht und Ausländerpolitik 11-12 (2022), S. 401-406, with Annalena Mayr.

§ 87 AufenthG muss weg! Grund- und menschenrechtliche sowie feministische Gründe für die Abschaffung der Übermittlungspflicht, djbZ Zeitschrift des Deutschen Juristinnenbundes, S. 135 – 138, with Annalena Mayr, DOI: 10.5771/1866-377X-2022-3-135.

Facettenreiches Antidiskriminierungsrecht: Diskriminierungsverbote im EU-Recht, JuWissBlog, 28.07.2022.

Ohne Papiere und ohne Rechte? Der Zugang von Menschen ohne Papiere zur Impfung gegen das Coronavirus in Deutschland und Italien, KJ 55 (2022), S. 137–152, with Johannes Gallon, DOI: 10.5771/0023-4834-2022-2-137.

Urteil des EGMR X v. Polen: Kein Sorgerrechtsentzug wegen lesbischer Beziehung, Streit Feministische Rechtszeitschrift 2(2022), S.71–74

Family allowances only for long-term residents? CJEU and Italian Constitutional Court rule that childbirth and maternity allowances cannot depend on discriminative criteria of long-term residence, BlogDUE, 12.04.2022, and in Quaderni AISDUE 1 (2022), ISBN 979-12-5976-320-4, S. 333- 341.

Stating the Obvious. In X v. Poland the ECtHR finds that refusing child custody cannot be based on the sexual orientation of a parent, Verfassungsblog, 09.11.2021.

Begging as a human right? – challenging the penalisation of begging in the EU in light of the recent Lăcătuş v. Switzerland case, Housing Rights Watch, 01.07.2021.

Will the Renovation Wave leave Europe’s poorest on the shore?, Euractiv, 02.06.2021.