2018-2019

Distinguished Emile Noel Global Fellow

  • Martin Schain

    MARTIN A. SCHAIN is Professor of Politics, Emeritus, at New York University.  He is the author of The Politics of Immigration in France, Britain and the United States: A Comparative Study (New York: Palgrave, 2008/2012); co-author and editor of Comparative Federalism: The US and EU in Comparative Perspective (Oxford, 2006), Shadows Over Europe: The Development […]

    Research Project:

    The Politics of Asylum in Europe and the United States. On both sides of the Atlantic, asylum and refugee policy […]

  • Senior Emile Noël Fellows

    • Andreas Gofas

      Andreas Gofas is Senior Global Emile Noël Fellow and Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the NYU Jean Monnet Center. He is Associate Professor of International Relations at Panteion University of Athens, director of the Center for the Analysis of Terrorism and European Security (CATES) at the European Law and Governance School, and co-director of the Olympia […]

      Research Project:

      The Origins of Transnational Terrorist Waves. Transnational terrorism remains often discussed but theoretically underdeveloped and historically unscrutinized. This is so […]

    • Yiannos Tolias

      Yiannos is a Senior Emile Noël Global Fellow at NYU School of Law. His research project at NYU concerns Liability for Damages caused by Artificial Intelligent Systems. He is a lawyer at the European Commission (European Union). He works in the legal teams that initiate infringement actions and bring legal actions before the Court of […]

      Research Project:

      Liability for Damages caused by Artificial Intelligent Systems. Recent reports estimate that artificial intelligence (AI) could contribute up to €13.3 […]

    • Emile Noël Fellows

      • David Kleimann

        Dr. David Kleimann is currently a Policy Advisor of the Chairman of the European Parliament’s Committee for International Trade (INTA), Bernd Lange (MEP). David’s research focuses on law, practice, and institutional change in EU external economic governance after the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty in 2009 (PhD Thesis: The Transformation of EU External […]

        Research Project:

        The Transformation of EU External Economic Governance – Law, Practice, and Institutional Change in Common Commercial Policy in the Lisbon […]

      • Giuseppe Mazziotti

        Giuseppe Mazziotti is an Assistant Professor in intellectual property law at the Trinity College Dublin and a Visiting Professor at the Department of European Political and Administrative Studies at the College of Europe in Bruges. He is an Italian lawyer specializing in intellectual property, media law, antitrust and information technology law, European affairs and cultural […]

        Research Project:

        The future of professional creativity on social networks and user-generated content platforms: a EU-US perspective on copyright and liability of online […]

      • Jan Broulik

        Jan Broulík recently completed his PhD under the joint auspices of Tilburg University, the Netherlands, and Charles University, Czechia (Prague). His dissertation conceptually analyzes the use of economics in antitrust decision-making. Previously, Jan obtained an LLM from Tilburg University in 2013 (cum laude), JD from Charles University in 2012 (cum laude), and MSc from the […]

        Research Project:

        Economics in Antitrust Proceedings: Adjudicative and Legislative Facts. Antitrust decision-makers rely routinely on economics as a source of relevant facts. […]

      • Johann Laux

        Johann Laux is a PhD candidate in Law at the University of Hamburg, Germany. He holds a Master’s in Politics and Government from the London School of Economics, a Master’s in Public International Law and EU Law from the University of Hamburg, and a Baccalaureus Juris in Law from the University of Hamburg. He studied […]

        Research Project:

        Public Epistemic Authority: Institutional Design for European Union Law. Johann’s research project analyzes the epistemic reliability of the Court of […]

      • John Morijn

        John was born in Dordrecht, The Netherlands to biology teacher Willemien and bookbinder Willem (specialized in ancient books and bibles). He has a brother, engineer Ton, and, since 2009, has been married to UN war crimes investigator and human rights specialist Lina. He studied law at Erasmus University Rotterdam, European Union law at the Bruges […]

        Research Project:

        It’s not them, it’s me (and I don’t like what I see) – Challenging the European populist challenge: from introspection […]

      • Maria Laura Marceddu

        Maria Laura recently completed her PhD at the Dickson Poon School of Law – King’s College London  (2018), where she has also been appointed as visiting lecturer for the international investment law course. Her research interests centre on international economic law, focusing in particular on European investment law and policy, international investment law and arbitration, and […]

        Research Project:

        Transparency in international investment law treaty-making: bridging the two sides of the Atlantic. This project aims to research transparency in […]

      • Marian Ahumada

        Marian Ahumada, born in Santander, is Professor of Constitutional Law at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain). She obtained her LL.B. at the Universidad de Valladolid and holds a Ph.D. in Law with special doctor europaeus mention and extraordinary honour recognition from the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. She also has a Diploma of Specialization in […]

        Research Project:

        The European Features of the American Model of Judicial Review. My current research project, “The European Features of the American […]

      • Massimo Fichera

        Massimo Fichera is Academy of Finland Research Fellow and Adjunct Professor in EU Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki. He was previously, in the same University, Lecturer in European Studies at the Network for European Studies, and Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki. His interests lie in constitutional […]

        Research Project:

        The Foundations of the European Union as a Polity. The overall purpose of this project is to reconsider the foundations […]

      • Mona Pinchis-Paulsen

        Dr. Mona Pinchis-Paulsen is a Canadian lawyer (qualified in 2007) and holds a Ph.D. in International Economic Law from The Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London, and an LL.M. in International Law from The George Washington University Law School. Most recently, Dr Pinchis-Paulsen was a Senior Fellow for the California International Law Center, […]

        Research Project:

        Contributions to the Origins of Investor-State Arbitration: 1948-1962. Currently, the international investment legal system, which governs the interaction between foreign […]

      • Paul Linden-Retek

        Paul Linden-Retek received his Ph.D. in Political Science from Yale University in 2018 with departmental and university distinction and holds previous degrees from Harvard University (A.B. in Social Studies) and Yale Law School (J.D.). Paul’s research and teaching interests are in contemporary political and legal theory, in particular the political philosophy of European integration, global constitutionalism, and law […]

        Research Project:

        Narrative constitutionalism: A ‘commitmentarian’ vision of constitutional pluralism in EU law.  The extension of constitutional law beyond the nation-state challenges foundational […]

      • Siyi Huang

        Siyi Huang is currently a JSD candidate at Cornell Law School. Her research interests concentrate on comparative legal theories, the functioning and evolution of the court system of the European Union, the Chinese legal system and political culture, and the various political implications of courts’ reforms that have taken place in these two legal systems. […]

        Research Project:

        Theorizing the Politics of Judicial Appointments in Europe. This project introduces this special issue of judicial appointment by contextualizing European […]