Senior Emile Noël Fellows

  • Carlo Garbarino

    Carlo Garbarino is Professor of Taxation at Bocconi University Milan, Bocconi Business School Professor, Global Law Professor, New York University 2012-13; Grotius Senior Fellow, University of Michigan Law School 2014. Member of Dipartimento di Studi Giuridici and of Steering Committee of the Ph.D, Program in International Economic Law of the same University, affiliated member of […]

    Research Project:

    Network analysis of global modes of governance The research is aimed at innervating legal/policy analysis of global governance with approaches […]

  • Christine Landfried

    Christine Landfried is Professor Emerita of Political Science at the University of Hamburg, Germany. She currently holds the Max Weber Chair in German and European Studies at New York University. She has studied Political Science, History, and International Law at the University of Heidelberg and at Harvard University. She was president of the German Political […]

    Research Project:

    Democratic Legitimacy and Decision-Making of Transnational Courts: The European Court of Human Rights. The topic of the proposed project is […]

  • Peter Lindseth

    Peter L. Lindseth is the Olimpiad S. Ioffe Professor of International and Comparative Law at the University of Connecticut School of Law, where he is also Director of International and Graduate Programs. He holds a B.A. and J.D. from Cornell and a Ph.D. in European history from Columbia.  His expertise lies at the intersection of […]

    Research Project:

    The Dimensions of Institutional Change  

  • Emile Noël Fellows

    • Barbara Havelková

      Barbara Havelková is the Shaw Foundation Fellow in Law at Lincoln College and Faculty of Law, University of Oxford. She teaches EU Law, public law, human rights, comparative equality law and feminist jurisprudence. Her research concentrates on regulation of gender during State Socialism and in post-communist transition in Central Europe. Barbara completed her first degree […]

      Research Project:

      The Rationales for and the Objections to the EU Directive on Gender Balance on Company Boards. Four years ago, the […]

    • Elaine Fahey

      Dr. Elaine Fahey is Senior Lecturer at the Institute for the Study of European Law (ISEL), the City Law School, City University London. She is Associate Dean for Internationalization and co-convenor of ISEL. She was previously a Senior Postdoctoral Researcher at Amsterdam Centre for European Law & Governance (ACELG) at the University of Amsterdam, a […]

      Research Project:

      A TAXONOMY OF THE EU’S GLOBAL APPROACH TO LAW-MAKING’ This project considers articulations of the global approach of the EU […]

    • Francisco Costa Cabral

      Francisco Costa-Cabral holds a PhD in Law from King’s College London and an LLM from the College of Europe (Bruges). He has clerked at the Court of Justice of the EU for Advocate General M. Poiares Maduro and for the President of the General Court, M. Jaeger. He was an Assistant Professor at the China-EU […]

      Research Project:

      Transatlantic Competitive Values.   Francisco’s research aims to determine whether there are common values governing competition in the United States […]

    • Ivana Isailovic

      Ivana Isailovic works on the interplay between transnational law and questions of identity formation and marginalization. Her research and teaching interests include transnational law, family law, human rights law, gender studies and critical legal theory. Prior to joining NYU Ivana was the Boulton fellow at McGill Law School where she taught a seminar on Social […]

      Research Project:

      Family law in the transnational context: EU anti-discrimination law, family and the market. My research examines how globalization affects family […]

    • Marco Bassini

      Marco Bassini holds a Ph.D. in Constitutional Law and European Law from the University of Verona and is teaching fellow in Constitutional Law at Bocconi University, from which he graduated in Law (cum laude) in 2010. His doctoral thesis focused on the constitutional protection of fundamental rights on the Internet in a comparative perspective. His […]

      Research Project:

      Balancing Fundamental Rights on the Internet. Courts as Playmakers? A Critical View.   The goal of the research is to […]

    • Thomas Wischmeyer

      Thomas Wischmeyer is a DAAD Visiting Fellow at NYU Deutsches Haus, as well as a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Staatswissenschaft and Legal Philosophy (Freiburg University), Germany. Thomas graduated from Freiburg Law School first in class, for which he was awarded the “Konrad Hesse Prize”. During his studies in Freiburg, Lausanne and Krakov, he […]

      Research Project:

      Regulating Information Security. Towards a Transnational Order of Information Security While information security is widely considered to be one of […]

    • Timothy Roes

      Timothy Roes conducted his PhD research entitled ‘The Limits of EU Loyalty’ at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, under the supervision of Professor Geert De Baere and Professor Koen Lenaerts. He also holds a Master of Laws from this university, a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Antwerp and an LL.M. from New […]

      Research Project:

      Where Fences Won’t Make Good Neighbours. On Horizontal Federalism, Spill-Overs and Good Neighbourly Relations in the EU and the US. […]

    • Vera Shikhelman

      Vera Shikhelman is an Emile Noël Research Fellow at NYU School of Law, The Jean Monnet Center for International and Regional Economic Law and Justice. Vera is also in the final stages of completing her JSD degree at the University of Chicago Law School. Her research interests include international law, international institutions, decision making, judicial […]

      Research Project:

      Access to Justice in the United Nations Human Rights Committee. The right of individuals to access international courts is widely […]