Senior Emile Noël Fellows

  • Armin von Bogdandy

    is Director at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg and Professor of Public Law at the Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt/Main. He is President of the OECD Nuclear Energy Tribunal. He was member of the German Science Council (Wissenschaftsrat). In June 2008 Prof. Bogdandy received the Berlin-Brandenburgian Academy of Sciences Prize for […]

    Research Project:

    Developing the Publicness of Public International Law The research project aims to develop a distinctly public law approach to the […]

  • Senior Emile Noël Fellows/Joint Straus

    • Damian Chalmers

      is Professor and Jean Monnet Chair in EU law at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Until August 2010 he was Head of the European Institute as well as of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He was formerly editor of the European Law Review and EU […]

      Research Project:

      To Thy Transnational Self Be True? Across the world human beings are confronted by a proliferation of transnational public policies, […]

    • Senior Emile Noël Fellows

      • George Letsas 

        is the Director of the UCL Institute for Human Rights and Reader in Philosophy of Law & Human Rights at University College London (UCL), Faculty of Laws. He is the co-editor of Current Legal Problems, published by Oxford University Press, the co-convenor of the Oxford-UCL Colloquium in Legal and Political and co-chair of the UCL […]

        Research Project:

        Proportionality and Fundamental Rights: Against Orthodoxy During his NYU stay, George Letsas will be working on a research project on […]

      • Margaret Chon

        is the Donald & Lynda Horowitz Professor for the Pursuit of Justice at Seattle University School of Law.  She explores dimensions of knowledge governance through international intellectual property law. Her current scholarship focuses on the relation of knowledge goods to the production of other global public goods necessary for human development and flourishing. A graduate […]

        Research Project:

        Public-Private Partnerships in Global Intellectual Property The knowledge goods incentivized and protected by intellectual property laws (IP) are public goods […]

      • Senior Emile Noël Fellows/Joint Tikvah

        • Pierre Birnbaum

          is an emeritus professor from University of Paris I where he taught political sociology. He begun his research by working in this field and has been publishing several books on Tocqueville, democracy, political elites and above all, a comparative approach of the State. He then moves toward a comparative approach of contemporary jewish history by […]

          Research Project:

          Jewish Supreme Court Judges and the “Wall of Separation” We propose an analysis of the careers of Louis Brandeis, Benjamin […]

        • Senior Emile Noël Fellows/Joint Straus

          • Rafael Domingo

            (born 1963; PhD 1987) is Professor of Law and former Dean of the University of Navarra School of Law (Spain). In addition, Professor Domingo currently serves as Director of the Global Law Collection by Thomson Reuters Aranzadi and President of the Maiestas Foundation. Rafael Domingo is a member of the Spanish Academy of Moral Sciences and Politics […]

            Research Project:

            A New Global Paradigm for Religious Freedom The international community, under the impact of globalization, is being transformed into a […]

          • Roberto Bin

            is full Professor of Constitutional law at the University of Ferrara (Italy). His current research agenda focuses on theory of the constitution, the constitutional adjudication, the legal sources in the system of the EU law. He is author of some books and articles (the complete list of publications is available at http://www.robertobin.it/bibliografia.htm). He is also co-author […]

            Research Project:

            Legal Text and Judicial Adjudication: What Lawyers Can Learn from Modern Physics In a seminal article in the Harvard Law […]

          • Emile Noël Fellows

            • Barbara Guastaferro

              obtained a PhD in Constitutional Law from the School of Law of the University of Padua in 2010. She has been teaching “History and Politics of the European Union” at the University of Naples “L’Orientale” (Faculty of Political Science) since 2008. In 2009 she spent a research period at the European Court of Justice in […]

              Research Project:

              Legality and Legitimacy within the EU Legal Order The assumption underlying my research is that the European Union (EU) is […]

            • Luigi Crema

              is Assistant of International Law at the Law School of the University degli Studi of Milan. He graduated summa cum laude in law at the University degli Studi of Milan (2005), and holds a PhD in Public International Law from the universities of Geneva and Milan (joint degree). He has been invited as visiting scholar […]

              Research Project:

              The Role of Amicus Curiae in International Law: Purpose, Function, and Future The proposed research examines the role of amicus curiae briefs […]

            • Rike Kraemer

              is a research associate at the Collaborative Research Center 597 “Transformations of the State” at the University of Bremen. She is member of its research project “Political Autonomy in the EU Multi-level Legal System.” She received her First and Second State Exam in Bremen and has been trained in Germany and in the Netherlands. She […]

              Research Project:

              Diagonal Conflicts in WTO, EU and U.S. Procurement and Subsidy Law The shift of trade agreements towards national regulatory issues […]

            • Sungjoon Cho

              is Professor of Law and Norman and Edna Freehling Scholar at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law. He teaches courses in international law, international trade law, international business transactions, and comparative law. In 2002, he received his S.J.D. (Doctor of Juridical Science) degree from Harvard Law School. Professor Cho’s works have been selected for the prestigious […]

              Research Project:

              In his research he intends to divulge certain blind spots that rationalism tends to leave behind in its conventional analysis […]