Sophie Robin-Olivier is a Professor of Law at the Sorbonne school of Law, since 2011. She teaches EU Law (Institutional and Substantive), Comparative Law, Labour and Employment Law and Anti-discrimination Law, both in French and in English.
Her research focuses, mostly, on EU Social Law and Free movement of persons. Her PhD dissertation was devoted to the Principle of Equal treatment in EU law. She edited an “Article-by-Article Commentary on International and European Labour Law”, together with a group of European Professors (2018, Nomos) and published a “European Labour Law” textbook (2016, Bruylant). She is regularly invited to contribute to conferences around the world on European and International Social Law. She is an expert on Free Movement of workers for the network of independent experts in the field of intra-EU mobility (MoveS) set up by the European Commission.