2000-2001 at Harvard:
Karen Alter, Assistant Professor of Government at
Northwestern University, working on how the design of international legal
systems (including the EU, WTO, NAFTA, ECHR, and IACHR) enhances or undermines
the ability of international law to shape state behavior.
Norio Araki, Associate Professor of Law at Hakuoh University,
working on a comparative study on effectiveness and compulsory nature of the
international legal system and the European legal system.
Hyung-Yoon Choi, Collaborating with the Jean Monnet
Chair on the use of Internet technology for research and teaching of EU,
international and regional economic law
Renee Haferkamp, European Scholar-in-Residence,
working on the relationship between identity, culture and diversity within the
European Union and communication and efficiency.
Antonio Lazari, PhD in Comparative Law at the
University of Florence Working on national public legal systems within the
European Union framework.
Constanze Schulte, Research Fellow, Institute of
International Law, University of Munich, Working on non-compliance with
decisions of the European Court of Justice
Imola Streho, Ph.D. candidate at the University of
Law, Paris II Assas. Working on the notion of services in Community Law