Bulgaria Renominates EU Court Member

Bulgaria in EU | October 10, 2012, Wednesday // 17:25|  views

Mariyana Kancheva, the Bulgarian judge on the Court of Justice of the EU, has been nominated for a second term. Photo by SCCI

Bulgaria's Cabinet has renominated the Bulgarian judge at the Court of Justice of the EU, Mariyana Kancheva, for a second term.

Kancheva has been a member of the Court of Justice of the EU since September 12, 2011. She is among the 13 judges whose terms are set to expire on August 31, 2013.

Kancheva was born in 1958; she has degree in law from the University of Sofia (1979-84); post-master's degree in European law at the Institute for European Studies, Free University of Brussels (2008-09); specialization in economic law and intellectual property law.

Her experience includes Trainee judge at the Regional Court, Sofia (1985-86); Legal adviser (1986-88); Lawyer at the Sofia bar (1988-92); Director-General of the Services Office for the Diplomatic Corps at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1992-94); pursuit of the profession of lawyer in Sofia (1994-2011) and Brussels (2007-11); Arbitrator in Sofia for the resolution of commercial disputes; participation in the drafting of various legislative texts as legal adviser to the Bulgarian parliament; Judge at the General Court since 19 September 2011.

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