Anna Södersten is Senior Researcher in Law. Her research interests focus on EU institutional and constitutional law. She is currently working on issues related to the EU’s legislative procedure, treaty revision and Brexit, rule of law, and the meaning of the concept of solidarity in EU law.
She received her doctorate in Law in 2014 at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence. She also previously received an LLM from the Law Department at Stockholm University and a master’s in political science at Lund University.
Before joining SIEPS, Anna Södersten taught at the Law Department at Uppsala University, and she served as research associate at the EUI (working with professor Joseph Weiler) and as the associate editor of the International Journal of Constitutional Law. She has also previously worked as researcher at SIEPS and served as amanuensis at Stockholm University.
She is the author of the monography Euratom at the Crossroads (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018) and editor of the anthology A Companion to European Law and International Law (Wiley-Blackwell, 2016).