Eva Schulev-Steindl is Professor of Public Law and Economic Law at the University of Graz. Her research focuses on environmental and climate law as well as on the theory of individual rights, general principles of administrative law and administrative procedural law.
After Studies at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), the University of Vienna and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) she habilitated 2003 at the University of Vienna and held, after visiting professorships at WU and the University of Klagenfurt, from 2008-14 a professorship for Law at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU).
She is a member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences´ Commission on Climate and Air Quality and coordinates the commissions´ joint scientific focus on Climate and Law. At the University of Graz she heads the research center for climate law ClimLaw:Graz, founded in 2020.
Furthermore she co-organizes the annual Environmental Law Forum in Graz as well as Austria’s main annual conference on environmental law in Linz, is member of the Field of Excellence Climate Change Graz at the University of Graz and advisory board member of the European Environmental Law Forum (EELF). Her editorial work includes: editorship of the monograph series „Forschungen aus Staat und Recht“ (“Research on State and Law”), co-editorship of „Studien zu Politik und Verwaltung“ (“Studies on Politics and Administration”) as well as co-editorship of “Recht der Umwelt – RdU“ (“Journal on Environmental Law”).