Mariolina Eliantonio is Professor of European and Comparative Administrative Law and Procedure at Maastricht University, the Netherlands. Her research focuses on the enforcement of European law before national and EU courts. She does research specifically on the theme of access to court before national and European courts (with a special focus on environmental matters), on the Europeanisation process of national procedural administrative law, and on the judicial review of the new modes of governance. Mariolina Eliantonio has published extensively on soft law, technical standardization, and administrative cooperation in the EU. She has been the recipient of two Jean Monnet grants by the European Commission and regularly consults on topics linked to her research. She is the General Editor of the Review of European Administrative Law.
Yseult Marique is a Professor at the University of Essex (UK), Research Fellow at the FÖV Speyer (DE), chargée de cours invitée at the UC Louvain (BE) and Honorary Fellow at the Université libre de Bruxelles (BE). Her research develops a bottom-up approach in European comparative administrative law (local experiences confronted with privatisation, globalisation and Europeanisation), seeking to identify if and how an ethic of care might frame administrative action (eg sanctions, commissioning, or funding). Yseult has published on public procurement and contracts, principles of good administration and administrative justice. She has been the recipient of funding from the British Academy, the Society of Legal Scholars, and Insol International. She is an elected associate member of the International Academy of Comparative Law. She is the editor of REALaw.blog.