Anjum Shabbir is Associate Researcher in the Justice and Home Affairs Department at CEPS.
Currently her research focuses on judicial cooperation in the field of criminal justice, data protection and privacy law, EU migration and asylum law, and EU institutional law. She is currently the Coordinator Contact for the STREAM project and will be contributing to the MORE, UpJudCooP, and ITFLOWS projects.
She has over ten years of experience of researching, drafting and editing legal texts in several areas of EU law and UK law. Most recently she worked for the information platform EU Law Live (2020-2022), at an international law firm (2019), and in the Cabinet of Advocate General Bobek at the Court of Justice (2016-2019). Prior to that she worked at law firms and NGOs in London (the AIRE Centre, and as an intern at Fair Trials International). She was also Associate Editor at the Maastricht Journal of EU and Comparative Law for five years, and taught at the Universities of Maastricht and Hasselt.
Anjum completed the Legal Practice Course and Graduate Diploma in the UK, has an LLM in European Law, and a BA in Classical Civilisation.