Senior Emile Noël Fellows

  • Antoine Vauchez

    is a Research Professor (Directeur de recherche) in political sociology at the Centre européen de sociologie et de science politique (Université Paris 1-Sorbonne / CNRS). After graduating in political science at Sciences Po Paris and in law at the Sorbonne, he has received a Ph.D at the European University Institute (Florence). He has been a […]

    Research Project:

    Fields of Global Justice. Legal Entrepreneurs, Transnational Fields and the Making of International Courts During the course of the fellowship, […]

  • Senior Emile Noël Fellows/Joint Straus

    • Christopher McCrudden

      is Professor of Human Rights and Equality Law, Queen’s University Belfast, and William W. Cook Global Law Professor at the University of Michigan Law School. He is a graduate of Queen’s University Belfast (1970-1974). He was awarded a Harkness Felllowship in 1974 and spent two years at Yale Law School (1974-76), and then at Oxford […]

      Research Project:

      An integrated Theory of Comparative Human Rights Law My research investigates the legal meaning of human rights, their significance in […]

    • Senior Emile Noël Fellows

      • Rainer Forst

        Having studied with Jürgen Habermas in Frankfurt and with John Rawls at Harvard, Forst received his PhD in Philosophy from Goethe University in 1993 with his Kontexte der Gerechtigkeit (Suhrkamp, 1994; Engl. Contexts of Justice, University of California Press, 2002). Thereafter, he taught at the Free University Berlin, and in 1995/96 and in 1999 he […]

        Research Project:

        Transnational Justice and Democracy. Overcoming Three Dogmas of Political Theory The title of this project seems to signal a tension, […]

      • Senior Emile Noël Fellows/Joint Tikvah

        • Robert A. Yelle

          is Assistant Professor in the Department of History at the University of Memphis. He grew up in Andover, Massachusetts, where he graduated from Phillips Andover Academy (1984) and Harvard College (A.B. in Philosophy 1988), cum laude in General Studies. He received a J.D. from the University of California at Berkeley (1993), Order of the Coif, […]

          Research Project:

          Sovereignty and the Sacred: Judaism, the Exception, and the Political Theology of Secularism My book project traces the legacy of […]

        • Senior Emile Noël Fellows/Joint Straus

          • Wojciech Sadurski

            is Challis Professor of Jurisprudence at the University of Sydney and Professor of the Centre for Europe at Warsaw University. He has taught at several institutions around the world, such as Cornell Law School and Cardozo Law School in the United States, and at universities across Europe: in Trento, Paris and Warsaw. He was Professor […]

            Research Project:

            Public Reason in Constitutional Law and Political Philosophy In liberal political philosophy “public reason” has been considered an important device […]

          • Emile Noël Fellows

            • Dr. Valentina Vadi

              is a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at the Faculty of Law at Maastricht University, The Netherlands (until 31st August 2013) and a Reader (Associate Professor) in international economic law at Lancaster University, United Kingdom (from 1st October 2013 onwards). Dr. Valentina Vadi also lectured at Hasselt University (Belgium), the University of Rome III (Italy), the […]

              Research Project:

              Merchants of Law: Comparative Law and the Architecture of Global Economic Governance Under most investment treaties, states have waived their […]

            • Dr. Ester Herlin-Karnell

              is an Associate Professor in EU law at the VU University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, and the Co-Director of the VU Centre for European Legal Studies. She holds a DPhil in law from Somerville College, Oxford University as well as an LLM from King’s College London and a Jur Kand (LLM) from Stockholm University.  Her recent […]

              Research Project:

              Balancing the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice in A Multi-Speed Europe The EU principle of proportionality is one of […]

            • Giovanni Piccirilli

              is a post-doctoral research fellow in Public Law at the LUISS University of Rome, where he also coordinates a Master’s Program in Parliament and public policies. After having obtained a PhD in Constitutional law from the University of Genoa, he was legal advisor to the Committee on Legislation of the Italian Chamber of deputies. He […]

              Research Project:

              Fundamental Rights in Europe: First came the Courts, Que reste-t-il for National Parliaments? The research project aims to answer the […]

            • Lauri Mälksoo

              was born in 1975 in Estonia. Since 2009, he is Professor of International Law at the University of Tartu and since 2013 Director of the Estonian Foreign Policy Institute, a think-tank. He is member of the executive board of the European Society of International Law since 2008 and organized ESIL’s 4th research forum in Tallinn […]

              Research Project:

              International Law and Non-liberal States: the Doctrine and Application of International Law in the Russian Federation My project relates to […]

            • Sivan Shlomo-Agon

              Sivan is a member of the European Research Council Project on the Effectiveness of International Courts and a research fellow at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem School of Law, where she was awarded a full PhD Fellowship. Her empirical dissertation proposes a methodological framework for analyzing the effectiveness of the WTO Dispute Settlement System in […]

              Research Project:

              The World Trade Court and its Audiences: A Discursive Analysis of WTO Disputes Involving Non-Trade Societal Values The qualitative empirical […]

            • Sung Hui Kim

              is Assistant Professor of Law at UCLA School of Law. Born in Seoul, South Korea and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, she earned her bachelor’s (summa cum laude) and master’s degrees from Emory University in 1988 and her law degree from Harvard Law School (cum laude) in 1992. She is a former Henry Luce Foundation Scholar […]

              Research Project:

              The Last Nazi Bond and the Early Years of the SEC As a Global Emile Noël Fellow, Professor Kim will […]