University Lecturer

Dr. Kaisa Huhta works at the UEF Law School as a senior lecturer in EU law. She is also the project manager for the Strategic Research Council’s CORE project, which studies and develops collaborative action in environmental planning and decision-making. Her research focuses on EU energy law and, in particular, the evolving EU legal setting for electricity. She has published in top level international journals such as the European Law Review, focusing on issues related to the security of supply in the energy transition, the role of the consumers in the electricity markets and the application of general EU law to the energy markets. She has been a visiting researcher at the University of Oxford, the European University Institute (EUI), the University of Tilburg and the University of Iceland.

Dr. Huhta actively carries out consultancy work in the field of EU and Finnish energy law. In addition to her research and consultancy work, Dr. Huhta frequently speaks at international conferences, seminars and training events. Her lecturing responsibilities at the UEF Law School cover courses in general EU law as well as EU energy law. She also supervises Master’s theses in energy law and EU law.

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Faculty of Social Sciences and Business Studies, Law School




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