UACES and JCER are delighted to announce the results of the brand-new Luke Foster Prize for the Best JCER Article of 2016, dedicated to the memory of our late Executive Director.

The winner is Matthijs van Wolferen with his article, ‘The Limits to the CJEU’s Interpretation of Locus Standi, a Theoretical Framework’ 12 (4). The runners-up are: V. Emanuele, N. Maggini, B. Marino,
‘Gaining Votes in Europe against Europe? How National Contexts Shaped the Results of Eurosceptic Parties in the 2014 European Parliament Elections
 A. Lito Michala, I. Lazakis, O. Turan,
The European Commission’s role in marine materials, equipment and components certification mutualisation‘ Matthijs will receive £500 (generously co-funded by the James Madison Charitable Trust). The two runners-up will be rewarded with a prize of £250 each.

Thank you to everyone who voted; the randomly selected winner of the free UACES Membership Prize Draw is Dimitry Kochenov.

The prize will run again for Best Article of 2017.