Stephanie Plasschaert studied law (UGent, 2013) and maritime science (UGent, 2014).
She worked for the Flemish administration (policy area ‘Mobility and Public Works’) as a legal expert regarding maritime law, town and country planning and civil aviation regulation.
Since Octobre 2016 she is a member of the Core Research Group. In her doctoral research project she investigates how competing marine insurance corporations resulted into standard contract terms in the 19th century (Belgium and France).
Her main field of expertise contains maritime law, transport insurance law and transport law.
The project Stephanie is working on, is funded by the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO).
In June 2019, Stephanie was a member of the organising committee of the XXVth Annual Forum of Young Legal Historians: Identity, Citizenship and Legal History, together with drs. Cornelis Marinus (Marco) in 't Veld and drs. Wouter De Rycke. This international conference for PhD-students and young postdocs was hosted together with the Université Saint-Louis Bruxelles, the Université libre de Bruxelles and CORE.
PublicationsSee Stephanie's page on PURE
Plasschaert Stephanie Annie (2018) Over de negentiende-eeuwse Nautische Commissie, zeewaardigheidsinspecties en classificatiemaatschappijen te Antwerpen. Pro Memorie (1) 20(1): 96-117. ▸ Abstract
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