Iris Goldner Lang is a Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law at the University of Zagreb – Faculty of Law. She is the coordinator of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence “EU’s Global Leadership in the Rule of Law”, the holder of the UNESCO Chair on Free Movement of Persons, Migration and Inter-Cultural Dialogue and a member of the Steering Committee of the UNESCO Unit for Bioethics and Law at the University of Zagreb – Faculty of Law. She works at the Department of European Public Law, which she chaired from 2013 until 2015.
Goldner Lang held visiting positions at Harvard Law School and University College London (UCL). She was a John Harvey Gregory Visiting Professor of Law and World Organization and a Fulbright Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School in 2015/2016. She was also a Visiting Researcher at University College London (summer 2017) and at Harvard Law School (summer 2018). She was an invited lecturer at the Court of Justice of the European Union, European Parliament, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of Stockholm, University of Vienna, University of Lisbon, Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Alpbach Forum Summer School, Boston University, Temple University, etc. As a British Government Chevening Scholar, she earned her LL.M. degree at the London School of Economics (LSE). She did part of her doctoral research at the LSE and as an Ernst-Mach Scholar at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria.
Goldner Lang is a member of the Advisory Board of the Horizon 2020 project “Reconciling Science, Innovation and Precaution through the Engagement of Stakeholders" (RECIPES), led by Maastricht University. She is the president of the Croatian Society for European Law (FIDE branch), the Croatian representative in the Odysseus Academic Network for Legal Studies on Immigration and Asylum in Europe and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Academy of European Law (ERA). She is the Editor-In-Chief of the Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy, a member of the Editorial Board of the European Foreign Affairs Review (EFAR) and a member of the ERA Forum Advisory Board. She is the editor of three books and the author of numerous articles, chapters in books and an authored book.
Prof. dr. sc. Iris Goldner Lang je Jean Monnet profesorica prava Europske unije na Pravnom fakultetu Sveučilišta u Zagrebu. Jedna je od koordinatorica Jean Monnet centra izvrsnosti “EU’s Global Leadership in the Rule of Law”, voditeljica je UNESCO-ove katedre za slobodno kretanje osoba, migracije i interkulturalni dijalog te članica Upravog odbora UNESCO-ove jedinice za bioetiku i pravo na Pravnom fakultetu u Zagrebu. Zaposlena je kao redovna profesorica u trajnom zvanju na Katedri za europsko javno pravo, čija je bila predstojnica od 2013. do 2015. godine.
Prof. Goldner Lang imala je gostujuće pozicije na Harvard Law School i na University College London (UCL). Bila je gostujući profesor (John Harvey Gregory Visiting Professor of Law and World Organization) i Fulbright gostujući istraživač na Harvard Law School 2015/16. godine. Također je bila gostujući istraživač na University College London (2017.) i na Harvard Law School (2018.). Pozivana je održati gostujuća predavanja na nizu međunarodno istaknutih sveučilišta i institucija, među kojima se izdvajaju: Sud Europske unije, Europski parlament, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), Sveučilište u Stockholmu, Sveučilište u Beču, Sveučilište u Lisbonu, Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Alpbach Forum ljetna škola, Sveučilište u Bostonu, Sveučilište Temple, itd. Kao Chevening stipendist britanske vlade, magistrirala je pravo (LL.M.) na London School of Economics (LSE). Doktorirala je na Pravnom fakultetu u Zagrebu, a dio doktorskog istraživanja provela je na LSE-u i dio, kao Ernst-Mach stipendist, na Institutu za europsko pravo Johannes Kepler Sveučilišta u Linzu (Austrija). Položila je pravosudni ispit. Kao stažist je radila u Europskoj komisiji baveći se pitanjima proširenja Europske unije te europskim zdravstvenim pravom. Osim završenog studija prava, diplomirala je engleski jezik i književnost na Filozofskom fakultetu u Zagrebu.
Prof. Goldner Lang je članica Savjetodavnog odbora Horizon 2020 projekta “Reconciling Science, Innovation and Precaution through the Engagement of Stakeholders" (RECIPES), koji vodi Sveučilište u Maastrichtu. Predsjednica je Hrvatske udruge za europsko pravo (CroSEL) koja je ogranak International Federation of European Law (FIDE), hrvatska je predstavnica u Odysseus akademskoj mreži za izučavanje prava migracija i azila u Europi te članica Upravnog odbora Akademije europskog prava (ERA) u Trieru. Glavna je urednica časopisa Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy (CYELP), članica uredništva časopisa European Foreign Affairs Review (EFAR) i članica Savjetodavnog odbora časopisa ERA Forum. Urednica je tri knjige, autorica brojnih članaka u istaknutim međunarodnim publikacijama i autorica jedne monografije.
- 'Laws of Fear' in the EU: The Precautionary Principle and Public Health Restrictions to Free Movement of Persons in the Time of COVID-19, European Journal of Risk Regulation, 2021, 1-24.
- Freedom of movement, migration, and borders, Journal of Human Rights, 19:5, 2020, pp. 593-602 (co-authored with J. Ramji-Nogales)
- The Changing European Union: A Critical View on the Role of Law and the Courts, (co-edited with T. Ćapeta, and T. Perišin), Hart, forthcoming in 2021.
- Towards ‘Judicial Passivism’ in EU Migration and Asylum Law?, in T. Ćapeta, I. Goldner Lang and T. Perišin (eds.), The Changing European Union: A Critical View on the Role of Law and the Courts, Hart, forthcoming in 2021.
- Financial Implications of the EU’s New Pact on Migration and Asylum: Will the Next Multiannual Financial Framework Cover the Costs?, in The Future of Legal Europe: Will We Trust in It?, Springer, 2021, forthcoming in 2021.
- The Dark Side of Free Movement: When Individual and Social Interests Clash, in S. Mantu, P. Minderhoud and E. Guild (eds.), EU citizenship and Free Movement: Taking Supranational Citizenship Seriously, Brill, 2020, pp. 382-409 (co-authored with M. Lang)
- Special Issue of the online journal Frontiers Migration in the Time of COVID-19: Comparative Law and Policy Responses, 2020 (co-editor with J. Ramji-Nogales)
- The Child’s Best Interests as a Gap Filler and Expander of EU Law in Internal Situations, in K.Ziegler, P. Neuvonen and V. Moreno-Lax (eds.), Research Handbook on General Principles of EU Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming in 2021.
- Intra-EU Mobility of EU Citizens and Third-Country Nationals: Where EU Free Movement and Migration Policies Intersect or Disconnect? in P. De Bruycker and L. Tsourdi (eds), Research Handbook on EU Migration and Asylum Law, Edward Elgar, forthcoming 2021.
- Croatian Constitution and Economic and Monetary Integration in the EU: Report on Croatia for the Horizon 2020 Project 'EMU Choices: The Choice for Europe since Maastricht, in EMU Integration and Member States’ Constitutions (eds. S. Griller & E. Lentsch), Hart, 2021, (co-authored with T. Capeta)
- Croatia – National Report (FIDE Report), in M. Botman and J. Langer (eds.), National Courts and the Enforcement of EU Law – the pivotal role of national courts in the EU legal order, Eleven International Publishing, 2020, 115-132 (co-authored with T. Ćapeta, N. Bačić Selanec and D. Petrić).
- No Solidarity without Loyalty: Why Do Member States Violate EU Migration and Asylum Law and What Can Be Done?, European Journal of Migration and Law 22, 2020, p. 39–59.
- The Rule of Law, the Force of Law and the Power of Money in the EU, Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy (CYELP), Vol. 15, 2019, p. 1-26.
- Financial Framework of EU Migration and Asylum, in P. de Bruycker, M. de Somer and J-L. de Brouwer (eds.), From Tampere 20 to Tampere 2.0: Towards a new European consensus on migration, European Policy Centre, 2019, p. 15. 25.
- Human Rights and Legitimacy in the Implementation of EU Asylum and Migration Law, in S. Vöneky and G. L. Neuman (eds.), Human Rights, Democracy, and Legitimacy in a World of Disorder, Cambridge University Press, pp. 234-262, 2018.
- The European Union and Migration: An Interplay of National, Regional and International Law, American Journal of International Law (AJIL) Unbound 111, pp. 509-513, 2018.
- Self-Organisation of Third-Country Nationals in the EU: Polycentric Governance by the 'Other', in J. Van Zeben and A. Bobic (eds.), Polycentricity in the European Union, Cambridge University Press, 2019, pp. 186-207.
- Croatia and EU Asylum Law: Playing on the Sidelines of at the Centre of Events?, in V. Stoyanova and E. Karageorgiou (eds.), The New Asylum and Transit Countries in Europe During and in the Aftermath of the 2015/2016, Crisis, Brill, 93-112, forthcoming in 2018.
- The EU Financial and Migration Crises: Two Crises – Many Facets of Solidarity, in A. Biondi, E. Dagilyte & E. Küçük (eds.), Solidarity in EU Law: Legal Principle in the Making, Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 133-160, 2018.
- Article 80 TFEU: Solidarity in EU Asylum, Migration and Border Controls, in The Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) – A Commentary, Hermann-Josef Blanke and Stelio Mangiameli (eds.), Springer, forthcoming in 2019.
- The Constitution of Croatia in the Perspective of European and Global Governance, in A. Albi and S. Bardutzky (eds.), National Constitutions in European and Global Governance: Democracy, Rights the Rule of Law, forthcoming in 2018 (co-authored with Z. Durdevic and M. Mataija).
- Regulating Breaches of Professional Ethics and Conducting Disciplinary Proceedings Against Physicians, in M. Buijsen, H. Roscam Abbing & A. den Exter (eds.), Compendium in European Health Law, Maklu Publishers, 2017, pp. 669-700 (co-authored with S. Roksandic Vidlicka, and A. Marsavelski).
- EU Public Health and Food Regulation, in Research Handbook in EU Health Law and Policy (eds. T. Hervey and C. Young, Edward Elgar, 2017, pp. 398-428.
- The Unavoidable Effects of the UK Referendum on the European Union, Harvard International Law Journal (online edition), 8 June 2016 (co-authored with Samuel H. Chang)
- European Union Banking Law: National Report – Croatia, in European Banking Union, FIDE, Wolters Kluwer, 2016, pp. 55-66 (co-authored with M. Lang)
- EU Mobility Regimes and Visa Policy towards ENP Countries, European University Institute Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (EUI RSCAS) Policy Papers, 2015/79 (co-authored with P. Dumas)
- Europsko pravo kao okvir pravosudne suradnje u kaznenim stvarima (EU Law as the Framework for Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters), Hrvatski ljetopis za kazneno pravo i praksu, Vol. 2/2014, pp. 239-248.
- Croatia - National Report, The Economic and Monetary Union: Constitutional and Institutional Aspects of the Economic Governance Within the EU – FIDE, Vol. 1, Djoef Publishing (eds. Neergaard, Jacqueson & Danielsen), 2014, pp. 280-291 (co-authored with M. Lang).
- The Reach of EU Citizenship Rights for “Static” EU Citizens: Time to Move On?, in A.P. Dourado (ed.), Movement of Persons and Tax Mobility in the European Union: Changing Winds, IBFD, 2014, forthcoming
- Is There Solidarity on Asylum and Migration in the EU?, 9 Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy, 2013, pp. 1-14.
- Pravo pacijenata na prekograničnu zdravstvenu skrb u Europskoj uniji (The Right of Patients to Cross-Border Healthcare in the European Union), in Liber Amicorum Prof.dr.sc. Petar Klarić (Essays in Honor of Prof. Dr. Petar Klarić), Pravni fakultet u Zagrebu, 2013, pp. 859-875.
- Euro Crisis, European Advocate (Journal of the Bar European Group, UK), 2013, pp. 6-8.
- The Impact of Enlargement(s) on the EU Institutions and Decision-Making, Yearbook of European Law, Oxford Journals, Vol. 31(1), 2012, pp.473-502.
- Croatia – National Report (co-authored with Z. Đurđević and M. Munivrana Vajda), The Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, Including Information Society Issues – FIDE XXV National Reports (ed. Laffranque), Tartu University Press, 2012, pp. 235-259.
- Prethodni postupak u pravu EU - Suradnja nacionalnih sudova s Europskim sudom (Preliminary Reference Procedure in EU Law – Cooperation between National Courts and the Court of Justice) (eds. T. Ćapeta, I. Goldner Lang, T. Perišin and S. Rodin), Narodne novine, 2011.
- From Association to Accession: How Free is the Free Movement of Persons in the EU, Eleven International Publishing, 2011.
- Free Movement of Services and Establishment in the Overseas (co-authored with T. Perišin), in D. Kochenov (ed.), EU Law in the Overseas Possessions of the Member States of the European Union, Kluwer Law International, 2011, pp. 179-198.
- Patient Mobility in the European Union: Pushing for EU Internal Health Market, Medicine and Law (Journal of the World Association of Medical Law), Volume 28, Number 4 (December 2009), pp. 661-672.
- Languages as a Barrier to Free Movement of Persons in the European Union, in Curriculum, Multilingualism and the Law (ed. L. Socanac, C. Goddard, L. Kremer), Nakladni zavod Globus, 2009, pp. 175-191.
- Reforma Europske unije – Lisabonski ugovor (The Reform of the European Union – The Lisbon Treaty) (eds. S. Rodin, T. Ćapeta and I. Goldner Lang), , Narodne novine, Zagreb, 2009.
- Justifying National Barriers to the Provision of Services: Before and After the Services Directive, in Internal Market for Services (ed. R. Knez), International Jean Monnet Conference Collection of Papers, Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, 2009, pp. 57-65.