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Fellows for the Academic Year 2010-2011
Senior Emile Noël Fellows
Armin Von Bogdandy (Germany) 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.
Research Project: Developing the Publicness of Public International Law
Carlos Closa (Spain), Affiliated Scholar at the Global Governance Programme at the EUI.
Research Project: Transitional justice in the EU: dealing with legacies of repressive pasts and shaping the understanding of the European polity
Franz Mayer (Germany) holds the Chair in Public Law, European Law, Public International Law, Comparative Law and Law and Politics at the University of Bielefeld (Law Faculty). (His fellowship was made possible with the support of German Academic Exchange Service-DAAD and Deutsches Haus at NYU).
Research Project: Parliaments and Globalization – Parliamentarianism in Times of Europeanization and Globalization
Emile Noël Fellows
Aaron Afilalo (USA), Professor of Law at Rutgers - Camden School of Law.
Research Project: The New Global Trading Order: The Evolving State and the Future of Trade
Judicaël Etienne (Belgium) PhD in Law from the UniversitÉ de Louvain (UCL), Centre Ch. De Visscher pour le droit international et europÉen (CeDIE), in September 2010.
Research Project: The Link Connecting EU Law to International Law: An EU Constitutional Principle of International Loyalty
Jan-Peter Hix (Germany) is a legal adviser in the Legal Service of the Council of the EU.
Research Project: Agreement-consistent interpretation and other forms of judicial accomodation of WTO law by the courts in European Union and the U.S.A.
Diletta Tega (Italy) is a researcher of Constitutional Law at the University of Milan - Bicocca, School of Law.
Research Project: Religion in the Public Educational Sphere: how to keep together neutrality and pluralism?
Michelle Q. Zang (China) defended her PhD thesis in July, 2011 at Durham Law School, UK. Her thesis is titled “The EU-China relations as a Paradigm of WTO Contingent Trade Protection under the Transitional Mechanisms.”
Research Project: China's Accession to the WTO Government Procurement Agreement: Challenges and Prospective Furtherance
Joint Straus/Senior Emile Noël Fellows
Martin A. Schain (USA) is Professor of Politics at New York University.
Research Project: The Border: the Immigration Dilemma and the State
Jean-Claude Piris (Algeria) serves as Legal Counsel of the European Council (Presidents or Prime Ministers of the 27 Member States) and of the EU Council of Ministers.
Research Project: The Case for a Two Speed Europe