Mark Dawson is Professor of European Law and Governance at the Hertie School. His research focuses on EU law and particularly on how EU law affects and is affected by European politics and policymaking. He recently co-wrote a textbook on this topic with Cambridge University Press (here). His work has been cited by leading courts such as the European Court of Justice (here) and German Constitutional Court (here). Dawson was previously an Assistant Professor at Maastricht University and has held visiting positions at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), the University of Wisconsin and Harvard Kennedy School. He holds degrees from the Universities of Edinburgh and Aberdeen as well as a PhD from the European University Institute in Florence, where he was Fernand Braudel Fellow in 2019. Dawson is currently the co-editor of the series Cambridge Studies in European Law and Policy (here) and a member of the Editorial Board of the European Law Review. From 2017-2022, he was the Principal Investigator of LEVIATHAN, an ERC project exploring the legal and political accountability structure of EU economic governance.