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Institute for Global Law & Policy w Harvard Law School www.iglp.law.harvard.edu w iglp@law.harvard.edu

Faces: 2010 – 2016


Afghanistan Albania Argentina Australia Austria Bahrain Bangladesh Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Bulgaria Burkina Faso Cameroon Canada Chile Colombia Croatia Cyprus Democratic Republic of Congo Denmark Egypt Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Finland France Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Guinea-bissau Hong Kong Hungary India Indonesia Iran Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Macedonia Malaysia Mauritius Mexico Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria Pakistan Palestinian Territory, Jordan People’s Republic of China Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Republic of Moldova Russia Senegal Serbia Sierra Leone Singapore Slovenia South Africa South Korea Spain Sri Lanka Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic Thailand Tunisia Turkey Uganda Ukraine United Kingdom United Republic of Tanzania United States Uzbekistan Venezuela Zambia Zimbabwe


About the Institute

The Institute for Global Law and Policy is an international collaborative project to foster research and policy dialogue about the structure and potential for global governance and international law affecting pressing issues of global regulation and policy. The Institute aims to foster innovative approaches to global policy and political economy, and new thinking about international legal and institutional arrangements, with particular emphasis on ideas and issues of importance to the global South. Scholars at the Institute are working to understand and map the levers of political, economic and legal authority in the world today. The Institute especially encourages academic collaboration among young scholars from across the world, aiming to support a network of scholars and policy makers who share our belief that ideas matter, and our commitment to new voices and viewpoints for thinking about global governance, social justice and economic policy.

The IGLP Workshop Initiative

Our signature initiative, the IGLP Global Workshop is an annual series of intensive residential programs for junior faculty, doctoral and post-doctoral scholars developing innovative ideas and alternative approaches to issues of global law, economic policy, and social justice. We began the Workshop in June 2010 with the generous support of Santander Universities who continue to support our year-round activities and our intensive June collaborative program. Since then, we have convened more than 700 young scholars for intensive collaboration and interdisciplinary debate with senior IGLP faculty from around the world. Participants share their research with one another in small group discussions, review current scholarly developments, reconsider canonical texts and network with colleagues from around the world. Our aim is to strengthen the next generation of scholars by placing them in collaboration with their global peers as they develop innovative ideas and alternative approaches to issues of global law, economic policy, social justice and governance. Conversations and discussions that begin in the lecture room carry over into the dining halls, dorm rooms, and informal participant-created groups. From the start, The Workshop has been designed to be a progressive experience, building from one year to the next. We offer Workshop alumni opportunities to build collaborative teams and to deepen their thinking through multi-year participation. We hope participation will open the door to a network of friends, colleagues and academic opportunities. Over the years, IGLP: The Workshop has truly become a year-round opportunity for intensive research collaboration and networking among a new generation of scholars from around the world.


Our intensive June activities at Harvard continue, focused on extending and deepening the network of collaboration among our IGLP Workshop faculty and alumni. Launched in 2012, the IGLP Colloquium brings Workshop faculty and select alumni to Cambridge for several days of intensive conversations, to share works in progress and to explore a different theme of common interest with invited scholars from a variety of disciplines. Our goal is to engage in a cross-disciplinary conversation about the mechanics of stability and change within and across fields. Our Collaborative Research Grants program encourages Workshop alumni to continue the collaboration they begin at IGLP. The IGLP Travel Grants Program offers support for Workshop alumni invited to present their evolving scholarly work and collaborate with scholars in other countries. Many of our faculty and alumni have participated in our June Pro-Seminar Program at Harvard, convening small teams of scholars to workshop new scholarly writing. The larger IGLP Research Program has also convened numerous scholars from our Workshop network for research missions in Southeast Asia and Latin America, as well as at our other conferences and programs in Cambridge. We hope that all who have participated in our activities will continue to return to Cambridge for our biennial international IGLP Conference, to showcase their ideas and continue to deepen their network experience. We are very grateful to all who have shared their ideas with us over these years. The faculty and participants who have devoted time to work with one another have been stalwart in their commitment to innovative research and transnational collaboration. Information about all of these opportunities can be found on our website at www.iglp.law.harvard.edu.


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2010 IGLP Workshop


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2011 IGLP Workshop


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Harvard Law School


2012 IGLP Colloquium


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Harvard Law School


2012 IGLP Workshop


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Harvard Law School


2013 IGLP Global Workshop


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Doha, Qatar


2014 IGLP Colloquium


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Harvard Law School


2014 IGLP Global Workshop


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Doha, Qatar


2014 IGLP June Program


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Harvard Law School


2015 IGLP Colloquium


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Harvard Law School


2015 IGLP Conference


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Harvard Law School


2015 IGLP Global Workshop


Doha, Qatar


2015 Latin American Regional Workshop


Bogotรก, Colombia


2016 African Regional Workshop


Cape Town, South Africa


2016 IGLP Colloquium


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Harvard Law School


2010 – 2016


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Workshop Participants and Faculty

Muhammad Abbasi Pakistan

mzubairabbasi@gmail.com Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) 2015, 2016

Mohamed Salem Abou El Farag Egypt

mohamed.salem@qu.edu. qa Qatar University, College of Law

Noha Aboueldahab

Muhammad Abrar

Tendayi Achiume

Egypt

Pakistan

Zambia

University of Glasgow

UCLA School of Law

noha.aboueldahab@ dunelm.org.ukæ Durham University 2013, 2014

abraradvocate@gmail.com 2011

achiume@law.ucla.edu 2015, 2016

2013

Mohammed Amin Adam

Miguel Ángel Adame Martínez

Rachel Adams

Colombia

Ghana

maminadam@acepghana. com

Spain

maadame@us.es

racheladamsward@gmail. com

Canada

Universidad Externado de Colombia

2010, 2012, 2014, 2016

2016

University of Quebec

Paola Acosta pulcat@yahoo.com

2014

Africa Center for Energy Policy

Universidad de Sevilla

South Africa

Armel Brice Adanhounme

University of Cape Town

armel.brice.adanhounme@ uqtr.ca

2016

Olusegun Adegbite

Yonas Adinew

Libby Adler

Florence Adong

Nigeria

Ethiopia

United States

Uganda

Addis Ababa University

Northeastern University School of Law

Melbourne Law School

Gabriel.Adegbite@gcu. ac.uk Glasgow Caledonian University 2010, 2011

bir_yonas@yahoo.com 2010, 2013

l.adler@neu.edu

2013

foadong@gmail.com 2016

2016

Augustina AdusahKarikari

Ghana tinaadusah@gimpa.edu.gh Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration 2016

The IGLP alumni depicted here have joined us as participants, faculty, and speakers in one or more of our intensive Workshop-related programs.


Aziza Ahmed

Dawood Ahmed

Ghada Ahmed

Nadia Ahmad

United States

United Kingdom

United States

United States

Rajshree Chandra Ahuja

Duke University

Sustainable Development Strategies Group

rchandra_ahuja@yahoo. com

az.ahmed@neu.edu

Northeastern University School of Law

2011, 2012, 2013, 2016

dawood.ahmed@ mansfield.oxon.org

University of Chicago 2013, 2014

ghada.ahmed6@gmail. com 2014

nahmad14@law.du.edu

India

2013

Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi 2010, 2012, 2013

Siobhan Airey

Suzanne Akila

Olabisi Akinkugbe

Ireland

Australia

Nigeria

University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law

Australian National University, College of Law

sairey@acuitas.ca

suzanne.akila@anu.edu.au

olabisi.akinkugbe@gmail. com

Talal Abdulla Al Emadi

Mauricio Albarracin

Qatar

malbarracin@gmail.com

t.alemadi@qu.edu.qa

Colombia

Universidad de Los Andes

2013

University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law

Christian Alexander

Alfitri Alfitri

Feroz Ali

Jerusa Ali

Kamran Ali

United States

Indonesia

India

Canada

United States

State Institute of Islamic Studies of Samarinda

Duke University School of Law

Carleton University

University of Texas at Austin, Department of Anthropology

2014, 2015, 2016

christian.alexander@ colorado.edu

University of Colorado Law School 2011

alfitri@uw.edu

2015

“Each year, my experience in IGLP makes me a much more thoughtful person, charged up with new challenges.�

2014, 2016

feroz.ali.k@gmail.com

2013

Qatar University College of Law

2012

2014, 2015

jerusa.ali@gmail.com 2014

asdar@austin.utexas.edu

2014


Shannon Allen

Philip Allott

Teresa Almeida Cravo

ali@law.eur.nl

Qatar

United States

shannon.rollert@gmail.com

United Kingdom

Portugal

University of Cambridge

2016

Qatar University, College of Law

18th Judicial District, Colorado

2013

University of Coimbra, Faculty of Economics

Tawfique Al-Mubarak

Esraa Al-Muftah

Nasser Al-Naemi

Sarah Al-Naggar

Ramzan Alnoaimi

Malaysia

Qatar

Qatar

Egypt

Bahrain

International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies

Qatar University College of Law

2013

Harvard Law School

Georgetown Law

Ethiopia

Erasmus University Law School

tawfiqueam01@gmail.com

2014

m.a.alkhulaifi@qu.edu.qa

2013

ealmuftah@gmail.com

Ahmad Alshorbagy

Qatar

Egypt

2013

Qatar Foundation

a_almoatassem@yahoo. com Alexandria University, Faculty of Law 2013

salnaggar@law.harvard. edu 2011

2015

Mohammed Al-Rwaili Qatar Foundation

2012

pja1001@cam.ac.uk

Amaya Alvez Marin

Chile aalvez@udec.cl Universidad de Concepción 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

teresacravo@ces.uc.pt

2013

ramzan.alnoaimi@gmail. com 2013, 2014, 2015

Helena Alviar

Waheeda Amien

Colombia

South Africa

Universidad de Los Andes

University of Cape Town

halviar@uniandes.edu.co 2010, 2013, 2015

“An excellent organizational effort and a very memorable experience. This is a unique one-of-a-kind intellectual enterprise and I don’t think there is anything else globally that brings together so many high-quality minds engaging so rigorously on so many important themes. A truly global enterprise.”

waheeda.amien@uct.ac.za 2016

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Mohammed AlKhulaifi

Nathanael Ali


Penny Andrews

Antony Anghie

John Ansah

United States

Ghana

Filipe Antunes Madeira da Silva

Sergio Anzola

South Africa

Brazil

University of Cape Town

S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah

jewans2000@yahoo.com

University of Cape Coast

si.anzola20@uniandes. edu.co

2013, 2015

filipe.silva@sciencespo.fr Sciences Po Law School Doctoral Program

Universidad de los Andes

Penelope.Andrews@nyls. edu 2016

anghiet61@gmail.com

2011, 2014

2016

Colombia

2015

Lillian Aponte Miranda

Mohamed Arafa

Matilda Arvidsson

Anna Aseeva

Diamond Ashiagbor

United States

Egypt

marafa@iupui.edu

Sweden

Russia

United Kingdom

Florida International University College of Law

Indiana University, Robert H. McKinney School of Law

2010, 2013

2013

Lund University, Faculty of Law 2015

Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Paris 2012, 2013, 2016

Mariana Assis

Barak Atiram

Raymond Atuguba

Matej Avbelj

Kingsly Ollong Awang

Brazil

Israel

Ghana

Slovenia

Cameroon

University of Ghana

Graduate School of Government and European Studies

University of Bamenda

mirandal@fiu.edu

marianaprandini@gmail. com New School for Social Research 2016

barak.atiram@gmail.com

Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Law 2011

matildaarvidsson@gmail. com

atugubaatuguba@yahoo. com 2016

anna.aseeva@ graduateinstitute.ch

avbelj@gmail.com

2013

The Workshop curriculum reflects our commitment to collaboration and inter-disciplinary cross-training. We encourage scholars working on economic development, for example, to understand the latest thinking about social justice, or those working on the legal architecture of monetary and financial regulation to learn about developments in science and technology studies.

da40@soas.ac.uk

SOAS, University of London 2016

awangollong@yahoo.fr 2013, 2015


Mekonnen Ayano

Samy Ayoub

Rifat Azam

Muhammad Azeem

Nigeria

Ethiopia

Egypt

Israel

Canada

Harvard Law School

University of California, Santa Barbara

Radzyner School of Law

kemmyayanleye@gmail. com Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye 2013, 2015

mayano@sjd.law.harvard. edu 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016

Alejandra AzueroQuijano

Grietje Baars

Colombia

alejandrazuero@gmail.com Harvard Law School 2011, 2013, 2014

sayoub@religion.ucsb.edu

2015

razam@idc.ac.il

syed_azeem1789@yahoo. com

2014

Osgoode Hall Law School 2010, 2013

Paulo Bacca Benavides

Mashood Baderin

Emmanuel Bagenda

The Netherlands

grietje.baars.1@city.ac.uk

Colombia

Nigeria

Uganda

The City Law School, City University London

P.Bacca-Benavides@kent. ac.uk

mb78@soas.ac.uk

2013, 2014, 2015

University of Kent Law School

SOAS, University of London

Makerere University School of Law

2016

ekiba60@hotmail.com

2016

2015

Shalanda Baker

Margherita Baldarelli

Aua Balde

United States

Italy

Guinea-bissau

University of Wisconsin Law School

School of International Studies, University of Trento

shbaker@wisc.edu

2011

m.baldarelli@unitn.it

2015, 2016

auabalde@post.harvard. edu Catolica Global School of Law 2016

Swethaa Ballakrishnen

Saptarishi Bandopadhyay

United States

India

swethaa@stanford.edu Stanford University 2014

sbandopadhyay@sjd.law. harvard.edu Harvard Law School 2013, 2016

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Oluwakemi Ayanleye


Arpan Banerjee

Roxana Banu

Victoria Baranetsky

Ashley Barnes

Jose-Manuel Barreto

India

Romania

United States

Canada

Colombia and United Kingdom

University of Torino, Faculty of Law

University of Wisconsin Law School

University of Toronto, Faculty of Law

abanerjee@jgu.edu.in

Jindal Global Law School 2015

roxana.banu@mail. utoronto.ca

2015

victoriabaranetsky@gmail. com

2011

ashley.barnes@mail. utoronto.ca

jm.barretosoler@ googlemail.com

2016

Humboldt University, Faculty of Law 2013, 2015

Paulo Barrozo

Betsy Bartholet

Marija Bartl

Fabiane Baxewanos

Ghuna Bdiwi

United States

United States

Croatia

Austria

Syrian Arab Republic

Boston College Law School

Harvard Law School

University of Amsterdam

Vienna Law School

Osgoode Hall Law SchoolYork University

barrozo@bc.edu

2013

ebarthol@law.harvard.edu 2014

Arnulf Becker

Shakira Bedoya

Chile

Peru

arnulf_becker@brown.edu Brown University

2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

shakira.bedoya@gmail. com

Pluricourts-Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order 2015

m.bartl@uva.nl 2013

Clara Belén García Fernández-Muro

Spain clara.garcia@ccee.ucm.es Universidad Complutense de Madrid 2016

fabiane.baxewanos@ gmx.net 2015

Sergey Belov Russia

GhunaBdiwi@osgoode. yorku.ca

2016

José María Beneyto Pérez

belov@jurfak.spb.ru

Spain

2010

Gòmez-Acebo & Pombo, Madrid

St. Petersburg State University

jmbeneyto@gomezacebopombo.com

2011


Nathaniel Berman

Diane Bernard

Laura Betancur

Fabiana Bettini

United States

Belgium

Colombia

Italy

Brown University

Universit_ Saint-Louis (Brussels)

Universidad de Los Andes

University of Macerata

Kul Bhurtel

Anuj Bhuwania

Sadeq Bigdeli

Ritu Birla

Adelle Blackett

Nepal

India

Iran

United States

Canada

Supreme Court Of Nepal

South Asian University 2015

University of Waikato School of Law

University of Toronto, Department of History

McGill University Faculty of Law

Muin Boase

Andrea Bockley

Diego Bonetto

Honor Brabazon

Dan Brinks

United Kingdom

Germany, Romania

Italy

Canada

United States

University of Melbourne / Vienna University

Sciences Po Law School

University of Oxford

University of Texas School of Law

2015

Nathaniel_Berman@brown. edu 2014

bhurtel2005@yahoo.com 2011

muinboase@gmail.com SOAS, University of London 2012

anujbhuwania@gmail.com

abockley@student. unimelb.edu.au

2016

diane.bernard@fusl.ac.be

2013, 2014

sadeq.bigdeli@gmail.com

2012, 2014

diego.bonetto@ sciencespo.fr 2016

Workshop Themes

laurabr@gmail.com 2014, 2015, 2016

r.birla@utoronto.ca

2012

honorbrabazon@gmail. com 2014

fabiana.bettini@gmail.com 2015

adelle.blackett@mcgill.ca

2014, 2016

DBrinks@law.utexas.edu

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

IGLP: The Workshop is organized around a series of program themes. Investigation of each theme is led by a team of senior scholars and Workshop alumni who select readings and convene discussions. In exploring each theme, we aim to promote discussion of recent scholarly trends, revisit canonical texts and share our own ongoing research. Our goal is to better understand the history and structure of our contemporary world political and economic system.

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Ronan Bennett


Stuart Brotman

Qingxiu Bu

Lina Buchely

Lolita Buckner-Inniss

United States

People’s Republic of China

Colombia

United States

Michelle BurgisKasthala

Harvard Law School

University of Sussex Law School

Universidad de Los Andes

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law

m.burgis-kasthala@ ed.ac.uk

sbrotman@brotman.com 2014

Q.Bu@sussex.ac.uk

2013, 2014

l-buchel@uniandes.edu.co 2010, 2013, 2016

linnissyorkuca@gmail.com

Australia

2011

University of Edinburgh 2012, 2013

Jonathan BurtonMacLeod

Yaiza Cabedo

Julia Cadaval Martins

Giacomo Capuzzo

Kerstin Carlson

Canada

Spain

yaizacabedo@hotmail.com

Brazil

Italy

United States and Ireland

London School of Economics & Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona

Georgetown Law

Universitö degli studi di Perugia

jburtonmacleod@ufl.edu

Univeristy of Florida, Levin College of Law

jc2403@georgetown.edu 2015

jackcapuzzo@gmail.com

2013

2010, 2015

2016

Pedro Caro de Sousa

Daniela Caruso

Pola Cebulak

Juanita Ceesay

Portugal

United States

Poland

Sierra Leone

University of Reading

Boston University School of Law

University of Geneva, Global Studies Institute

Sciences Po Law School

pedro.carodesousa@ gmail.com 2015

danielac@bu.edu

2013

kerstin.bree.carlson@jur. ku.dk

University of Copenhagen; The American University of Paris 2013, 2016

pcebulak@bu.edu

2013, 2015

juanita.ceesay@ sciencespo.fr 2016

Past workshop themes have included: the legal structure of money, the regulation of finance, international human rights, the history of international law, the role of corporations in global society, science and technology studies, the search for economic development with social justice, global poverty, and global labor policy, opening conventional wisdom in each area to contestation and debate.

Emilio Cerdà

Spain ecerdate@ccee.ucm.es Universidad Complutense de Madrid 2016


Lina Cespedes Baez

Anna Chadwick

Shane Chalmers

Kuzi Charamba

Canada

Colombia

United Kingdom

Australia, Canada

Zimbabwe

Osgoode Hall Law School

Universidad del Rosario

London School of Economics and Political Science

The Australian National University

McGill University

ceric@yorku.ca 2010, 2011

cespedeslina@gmail.com 2013, 2015, 2015

a.e.chadwick@lse.ac.uk

2015

shane.chalmers@anu. edu.au

2016

Hilary Charlesworth

Partha Chatterjee

Pheng Cheah

Wui Ling Cheah

Australia

India

United States

Malaysia

Columbia University

University of California, Berkeley, Department of Rhetoric

National University of Singapore

Hilary.Charlesworth@anu. edu.au

Australian National University, College of Law

pc281@columbia.edu 2013

2011

pcheah@berkeley.edu

2012

lawcwl@nus.edu.sg

2013, 2015

kuzi.charamba@mail. mcgill.ca 2016

Yifeng Chen

People’s Republic of China yifeng.chen@helsinki.fi University of Helsinki, Faculty of Law 2012, 2013

Yun Ru Chen

Madelaine Chiam

Rumbidzai Chidoori

Christine Chinkin

Danwood Chirwa

Taiwan

Australia

Zambia

Australia

Malawi

Copperblet University

London School of Economics and Political Science

University of Cape Town

ychen@sjd.law.harvard. edu Harvard Law School 2014

mchiam@unimelb.edu.au Melbourne Law School

2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

rumbidzaichidoori@gmail. com 2016

cchinkin@umich.edu

2011

danwood.chirwa@uct. ac.za 2016

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Irina Ceric


Cyra Choudhury

Elena Cirkovic

Paul Clark

Josh Clark

Kamari Clarke

United States

Canada, Bosnia and Herzegovina

United Kingdom

United States

United States

Garden Court Chambers

University of California, Irvine

Yale University

choudhuc@fiu.edu

Florida International University College of Law

elena.cirkovic@unimelb. edu.au

paul.kingsley.clark@gmail. com

clarkj1@uci.edu

kamari.clarke@yale.edu 2011

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Melbourne Law School

Benjamin Coates

Meredith Coffey

Amy Cohen

Avinoam Cohen

Jean Comaroff

United States

United States

United States

Israel

South Africa

Wake Forest College, Department of History

The University of Texas at Austin, Department of English

Ohio State University Moritz College of Law

Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Law

bencoates510@gmail.com

2012

2016

meredithcoffey@gmail.com

2013

2012, 2013, 2014

cohen.308@osu.edu

2013

2015

avinoamcohen@gmail.com

2010, 2012, 2013

jeancomaroff@fas.harvard. edu Harvard University, Department of African and African American Studies 2010, 2012, 2013, 2016

John Comaroff

Marianne Constable

Jorge Contesse

United States

Chile

Jorge Andres Contreras Calderon

Elisa Contu

United States

Colombia

Harvard University, Department of African and African American Studies

University of California, Berkeley

jorge.contesse@udp.cl Yale Law School

elisa.contu@gmail.com

2011, 2013

jorge.contreras@upb.edu Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana

jcomaroff@fas.harvard.edu

2016

constable@berkeley.edu

2015

“Let me say everything was spotless from the very beginning, and that this has been one of the best-organized conferences I have ever attended.”

2015

Italy

Ca’ Foscari University of Venice 2016


Romania and Moldova Sciences Po Law School 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Pascale Cornut StPierre Canada

pascale.cornutstpierre@ sciencespo.fr

Sciences Po Law School

Johanna Cortes

Douglas Coulson

Diogo Coutinho

Colombia

United States

Brazil

Universidad del Rosario 2013

The University of Texas at Austin

University of SĂŁo Paulo, Faculty of Law

johanna_pil@yahoo.es

2014

dmcoulson@msn.com

2013

diogocoutinho@usp.br

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

Matthew Craven

Colin Crawford

Jason Cross

Melissa Crouch

Luca Cruciani

United Kingdom

United States

United States

Australia

Italy

SOAS, University of London

Tulane Law School

University of Michigan, Ford School of Public Policy

University of New South Wales

mc7@soas.ac.uk

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

ccrawfo5@tulane.edu 2011

jason.cross@law.duke.edu

2010, 2011

Melissa.crouch@unsw. edu.au

2014, 2015

crucianiluca@libero.it University of Perugia Faculty of Law 2010

Ayca Cubukcu

Joshua Curtis

Eduardo Dabed

Charline Daelman

Aboubacar Dakuyo

Turkey

Australia

Chile

Belgium

Burkina Faso

Harvard University

Irish Centre for Human Rights

Al-Quds Bard College

KU Leuven, Leuven Institute for Human Rights and Critical Studies

University of Ottawa

aycacubukcu@fas.harvard. edu 2011

nfaafah@gmail.com

2013

emiliodabed@yahoo.fr 2012

charline.daelman@law. kuleuven.be

2015

The IGLP Workshop initiative offers promising young scholars opportunities to build collaborative teams and deepen their thinking through multi-year engagement. We hope participation will open the door to a network of friends, colleagues and academic opportunities.

dakuyo_aboubacar@ hotmail.com 2016

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Veronica Corcodel


Dan Danielsen

Flavia Dantas

Natalie Davidson

Dennis Davis

Adrienne Davis

United States

Brazil

Israel

South Africa

United States

Northeastern University School of Law

State University of New York at Cortland

Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Law

d.danielsen@neu.edu

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

flavia.dantas@cortland.edu

2016

davidson@post.tau.ac.il

dennis_davis22@hotmail. com

2012

High Court of Cape Town, South Africa 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

adriennedavis@wustl.edu Washington University School of Law 2011

Ignacio De La Rasilla Del Moral

Verónica De la Rosa Jaimes

Marcus de Matos

Neloufer de Mel

Fabio de Sa e Silva

Spain

Mexico

Brazil

m.dematos@mail.bbk. ac.uk

Sri Lanka

Brazil

Ignacio.DeLaRasilla@ brunel.ac.uk

profdelarosa@hotmail.fr

Birkbeck, University of London

2010, 2011, 2013

Instituto de Tecnológicode Estudios Superiores de Monterrey

Janak De Silva

Claire Debucquois

Sri Lanka

Belgium

Columbia Law School

Brunel Law School

desilva_janak@yahoo.com Department of the Attorney General of Sri Lanka 2011

2011

claire.debucquois@gmail. com 2016

IGLP Writing Workshops

nelouferdemel@gmail.com University of Colombo

fdesaesilva@law.harvard. edu

2011

Harvard Law School

Julia Dehm

Sara Dehm

Deval Desai

Australia

Australia and Germany

United Kingdom

University of Texas at Austin

University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law

Harvard Law School

2015

JDehm@law.utexas.edu

2014, 2015, 2016

dehms@unimelb.edu.au

2015

2016

deval.s.desai@gmail.com 2010, 2012, 2013

Intensive writing workshops form the core of our time together at each IGLP Workshop. Each afternoon, participants break into small groups to share their scholarship and discuss their ongoing research. The writing workshops are organized to promote learning from others working on similar projects as well as cross training with projects quite different from one’s own. The smaller group format allows participants to engage on a one-on-one basis with their peers and specialist faculty members to share ideas and receive feedback on their work. Each of the writing workshop groups is led by a Writing Workshop Convener selected from among the alumni participants from the previous Workshops.


Jasteena Dhillon

Anthony Diala

desan@law.harvard.edu

United States

France

Nigeria

Harvard Law School

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016

jjdstein@colorado.edu

caroline.devaux@sciencespo.org

Canada and United Kingdom

University of Colorado Law School 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

Sciences Po Law School 2011

jasteena_dhillon@hks. harvard.edu

Carr Center for Human Rights Policy

anthonydiala@yahoo.co.uk University of Cape Town 2016

2010

Leticia Diez Sanchez

Bonolo Dinokopila

Luwam Dirar

Delphine Dogot

Anna Dolidze

Spain

Botswana

Eritrea

Belgium

Georgia

European University Institute and New York University

University of Botswana, Department of Law

Cornell Law School

leticia.diez@eui.eu

2016

Wesahl Domingo South Africa

Wesahl.Domingo@wits. ac.za University of Witwatersrand 2016

dinokopilabr@gmail.com

2013

Ana Isabel Dominguez Martinez

Spain anaisdom@ucm.es Universidad Complutense de Madrid Global Business School 2016

lgd25@cornell.edu

delphine.dogot@sciencespo.org

ad445@cornell.edu

Cornell Law School

2012, 2013

Sciences Po Law School

Megan Donaldson

Ming Du

Ariel Dulitzky

Australia

People’s Republic of China

Argentina

New York University School of Law

Lancaster University School of Law

megan.donaldson@nyu. edu

2012

2012, 2013

michael.mingdu@gmail. com

2011

2010, 2011, 2013

adulitzky@law.utexas.edu

University of Texas School of Law 2010

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Justin DesautelsStein

Caroline Devaux

United States

Christine Desan


Choralyne Dumesnil

Debolina Dutta

Godwin Dzah

Yassin El Shazly

Nate Ela

France

India

Ghana

Egypt

United States

Sciences Po Law School

Melbourne Law School

Qatar University College of Law

University of Wisconsin Madison

chroalune@gmail.com 2010, 2011, 2012

debolina26@gmail.com 2014

gdzah@llm14.law.harvard. edu Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration

yassin.elshazly@qu.edu.qa

2014, 2015

nela@wisc.edu

2015

2016

Moatasem ElGheriani

Karen Engle

lelder@saintmarys.edu

Egypt

kengle@law.utexas.edu

2013

Alexandria University, Faculty of Law 2013, 2015

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Maria Elander

Ahmed Eldakak

Laura Elder

Sweden

Egypt

United States

Melbourne Law School

Alexandria University, Faculty of Law

Saint MaryĂ?s College, Notre Dame

maria.elander@gmail.com 2015

ah.eldakak@gmail.com

2014

algheriani@gmail.com

United States

University of Texas School of Law

Noura Erakat

Siavash Eshghi

Luis Eslava

Samera Esmeir

Jorge Esquirol

Palistine and United States

Iran

Colombia & Australia

United States

United States

Georgetown University

SOAS, University of London

Melbourne Law School

University of California, Berkeley, Department of Rhetoric

Florida International University College of Law

ne28@georgetown.edu 2013

s.eshghi@soas.ac.uk

2011, 2012, 2013

L.Eslava@kent.ac.uk

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

It has been an educative, enlightening and enjoyable experience that I will always cherish. It has been lovely getting to meet and interact with so many interesting people doing all sorts of amazing things.

samera@berkeley.edu

2014

esquirol@fiu.edu

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016


Khaled Fahmy

Michael Fakhri

Pietro Faraguna

Cynthia Farid

Spain

Egypt

Canada

Italy

Bangladesh

University of Oregon School of Law

Universitö di Ferrara

University of Wisconsin Law School

antonio.estella@uc3m.es Charles III University of Madrid

khaled.fahmy@aucegypt. edu

2012

The American University in Cairo

José Carlos Fariñas

Marisa Fassi

Spain farinas@ccee.ucm.es Universidad Complutense de Madrid 2016

2013

Argentina marisa.fassi@unimi.it Universitá degli Studi di Milano 2015

mfakhri@uoregon.edu

2010, 2011, 2013, 2016

pietro.faraguna@unife.it 2016

Didier Fassin

Isabel Feichtner

France

Germany

dfassin@ias.edu

Princeton University 2010

feichtner@hof.unifrankfurt.de Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main 2015, 2016

cynthiafarid@gmail.com

2014, 2015

Diego Fernandez Arroyo Spain

diego.fernandezarroyo@ sciences-po.org

Sciences Po Law School 2011, 2012, 2015

Tomaso Ferrando

Hailegabriel Feyissa

Amin George Forji

Ethiopia

Richard Michael Fischl

Imer Flores

Italy

hfeyissa@student.unimelb. edu.au

United States

Mexico

Cameroon

Melbourne Law School

University of Connecticut School of Law

Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

Helsinki University

2016

Michael.Fischl@law.uconn. edu

imer@unam.mx

T.Ferrando@warwick.ac.uk University of Warwick 2012, 2013, 2015

2011, 2012

2011

amin.forji@helsinki.fi 2014, 2015, 2016

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Antonio Estella


Mathew Forstater

Eleanor Fox

Iain Frame

Jeffrey Frankel

Günter Frankenberg

United States

United States

United Kingdom

United States

Germany

University of MissouriKansas City

New York University School of Law

Harvard Law School

Harvard Kennedy School

Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main

forstaterm@umkc.edu

2013

eleanor.fox@nyu.edu

2010

iframe@law.harvard.edu 2011

jeffrey_frankel@harvard. edu 2012

Frankenberg@jur.unifrankfurt.de

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Ermal Frasheri

Edit Frenyo

Olga Frishman

Hungary

Israel

Charles-Henry Frouart

Gerald Frug

Albania

France

Georgetown Law

olgafr1@gmail.com

Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Law

frug@law.harvard.edu

2010, 2011, 2012

charleshenry.frouart@ yahoo.fr

Sciences Po Law School

efrasheri@sjd.law.harvard. edu Harvard Kennedy School 2011, 2012, 2013, 2013

freditke3@gmail.com 2013, 2016

United States

Harvard Law School 2013, 2014

2012

Benoit Frydman

Gashahun Fura

Florence Gakungi

George Galindo

Felipe Galvis Castro

France

Ethiopia

Kenya

Brazil

Colombia

University of Brasilia

Universidad del Rosario

bfrydman@ulb.ac.be

Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Perelman Centre 2013

gashahun.l.fura@gmail. com Jimma University 2015

fshako@riarauniversity. ac.ke Riara University 2016

ggalindo@uol.com.br 2012

“I feel humbled by how much I have learned from all of you...it was a rare and delicious treat. It’s been a privilege.”

fgalviscastro@gmail.com 2015


James Gathii

Eric George

rgarciam@stanford.edu

Italy

Zimbabwe

Canada

Stanford Law School 2015

bianca.gardella@unipmn.it

pgulf73@gmail.com

Kenya

Università del Primeonte Orientale

University of the Witwaterstrand

Loyola University Chicago School of Law

York University

2013, 2014

2016

jgathii@luc.edu

2010, 2015

eg84@yorku.ca 2015

Gary Gereffi

Christopher Gevers

Farshad Ghodoosi

Ahmad Ghouri

Karim Ginena

United States

South Africa

Iran

Pakistan

Canada and Egypt

Duke University

University of KwaZuluNatal

Yale Law School

University of Sussex Law School

Hamad Bin Khalifa University

Mario Gomes Schapiro

Maríia Luisa Luisa Gómez Jiménez

Jorge GonzalezJacome Colombia

ggere@soc.duke.edu 2013, 2014

Gevers@ukzn.ac.za

2015, 2016

farshad.ghodoosi@yale. edu 2014, 2015

a.a.ghouri@sussex.ac.uk

2014, 2015

Afroditi Giovanopoulou

Toby Goldbach

Greece

tobysg@hotmail.com

Brazil

Spain

2013, 2014

Fundação Getulio Vargas Law School

University of Màlaga

agiovanopoulou@sjd.law. harvard.edu Harvard Law School

2010, 2013, 2014, 2016

United States

Cornell Law School

mario.schapiro@fgv.br

2012, 2013

fpmlgomez@gmail.com 2016

kginena@gmail.com

2014

gorge-gonzalez@javeriana. edu Universidad Javeriana Colombia 2013, 2015

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Bianca Gardella Tedeschi

Paradzai Garufu

Mexico

Rolando Garcia Miron


Tyler Goodspeed

Geoffrey Gordon

Charles Gosme

Carlos Gouvea

Yugank Goyal

United States

United States

United Kingdom

Brazil

India

University of Oxford, Faculty of Economics

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Sciences Po Law School 2011

University of SĂœo Paulo, Faculty of Law

University of Hamburg

Lyubomira Gramcheva

Maj Grasten

Emma Grego

Jean Grosdidier

Bulgaria

Denmark

mlg.dbp@cbs.dk

France

France

Copenhagen Business School

University of Montpellier

Sciences Po Law School

tgoodsp@fas.harvard.edu

2012

Sinja Graf Germany

sug3@cornell.edu

Cornell University, Department of Government

g.m.gordon@vu.nl

2015

lyubomira.gramcheva@ eui.eu

cgagosme@yahoo.co.uk

carlosgouvea@usp.br

2012, 2013, 2015

grego.emma@yahoo.fr 2016

yugankgoyal@gmail.com 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

j.grosdidier@laposte.net 2014

2013, 2014

European University Institute

Farley Grubb

Aya Gruber

Giovanni Gruni

Lukasz Gruszczynski

Ajay Gudavarthy

United States

United States

Italy

Poland

India

University of Delaware

University of Colorado

University of Leiden

Institute of Law Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences

Jawaharlal Nehru University

grubbf@lerner.udel.edu 2011, 2012

2015, 2016

2010

aya.gruber@colorado.edu 2013

g.gruni@law.leidenuniv.nl 2016

lukasz.gruszczynski@ gmail.com

2014

gudavarthiajay@yahoo. com

2011


Matias Guiloff

Marie Guimezanes

Gaye Gungor

Markus Gunneflo

France

Chile

France

Turkey

Sweden

Diego Portales University

Toulouse 1 Capitole University

Gediz University 2014

Lund University, Faculty of Law

xavier.guignard@gmail. com

Paris Pantheon Sorbonne University

mguiloff@gmail.com 2015

2014

m.guimezanes@gmail.com

2014

gayegungor@yahoo.com

markus.gunneflo@jur.lu.se

2015, 2016

Rui Guo

Priya Gupta

Alfred Gusenbauer

Bassam Haddad

Md. Mostafa Haider

People’s Republic of China

United States

Austria

United States

Bangladesh

Renmin University of China

Jindal Global Law School

2012

George Mason University, School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs

rguo@sjd.law.harvard.edu 2014

psgupta@alumni.unc.edu 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

alfred.gusenbauer@ me.com

bassamhaddad@mac. com; bhaddad@gmu.edu

mhaider2@gmail.com University of Sydney 2010, 2011, 2016

2013

Mohamed Abubackar Hakeem

Golnoosh Hakimdavar

Janet Halley

Mohammad Hamdy

Eritrea

hah59@cornell.edu

Sri Lanka

2013, 2015

hakeemmam@gmail.com

jhalley@law.harvard.edu

Egypt

Cornell Law School

Afghanistan and United States

United States

University of Colombo

Hanna Haile

2010

gh265@cornell.edu

Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law

Harvard Law School

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

2011, 2013

Each year we seek to develop new programs and diverse ways for IGLP alumni to re-engage at an ever more advanced level, while leaving the door open for expanding our network year by year.

mhamdy@sjd.law.harvard. edu Harvard Law School 2013, 2016

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Xavier Guignard


Vanja Hamzić

Melisa Handl

Joel Hanisek

Bernard Harcourt

Susan Harris Rimmer

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Canada, Argentina

United States

United States

Australia

SOAS, University of London

University of Ottawa

Trinity College

University of Chicago

vh1@soas.ac.uk

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

mhand050@uottawa.ca 2016

hanisekj@tcd.ie 2013

harcourt@uchicago.edu 2013

susan.harris-rimmer@anu. edu.au Australian National University, College of Law 2014

David Harvey

Adil Hasan Khan

John Haskell

Ahmed Hassanein

Huaiwen He

United States

India

United States

Egypt

People’s Republic of China

Mississippi College School of Law

Qatar University College of Law

Peking University

DHarvey@gc.cuny.edu

City University of New York 2012

khan.adil@ graduateinstitute.ch

Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies 2014, 2015

johndhaskell@gmail.com.

2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015

a.hassanein@qu.edu.qa

2015

pkuhhw@gmail.com; huaiwen@pku.edu.cn 2010

Gleider Hernandez

Robert Hockett

Caroline Hodes

Tamàs Hoffmann

Pablo Holmes Chaves

Canada

United States

Canada and Ireland

Hungary

Brazil

Cornell Law School

York University

g.i.hernandez@durham. ac.uk

University of Durham Law School

rch37@cornell.edu 2013

2014, 2015

IGLP Pro-Seminars

chodes@yorku.ca 2010

tamas.hoffmann3@unicorvinus.hu Corvinus University of Budapest

pabloholmes@gmail.com Universität Flensburg 2010

2014

Pro-Seminars are designed for collaboration among small groups of scholars developing work for publication. Each Pro-Seminar brings together ten to fifteen scholars, selected by invitation and by application, who are all working on a common topic. Convened by senior IGLP faculty, Pro-Seminars periodically meet to brainstorm their evolving scholarly writing and advance their work towards publication. Alumni of past Workshops are particularly encouraged to apply to Pro-Seminars.


Daniela Hrzan

Colombia

Germany

Cornell Law School

Humboldt University, Faculty of Law

eh379@cornell.edu 2010, 2013

daniela.hrzan@hotmail.de

2013

Conrado Hubner Mendes

Heather Hughes

Benjamin Hurlbut

Brazil

United States

hhughes@wcl.american. edu

United States

conrado@hubner.org.br

University of SĂœo Paulo 2015

American University, Washington College of Law

bhurlbut@asu.edu

Arizona State University 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

2014

John Hursh

Y-Vonne Hutchinson

United States

United States

john.hursh@gmail.com

McGill University, Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism 2013, 2014

yvonne.hutchinson@gmail. com La Isla Foundation 2013, 2014

Lilian Manoela Idiaghe Nigeria

Muhammad Kamaldeen ImamTamim

University of Ibadan

lawyertamim@gmail.com

Dilini Imiyage Sri Lanka

lilian.idiaghe@gmail.com

Nigeria

dilinipathirana@ymail.com; dilacadamic@yahoo.com

2016

University of Ilorin

2013

2013

University of Colombo

Tatsuhiko Inatani

Onur Ince

Marta Infantino

Freya Irani

Ivana Isailovic

Japan

Turkey

Italy

India

Serbia

Kyoto University, Faculty of Law

Koc University

University of Trieste

Columbia Law School

Sciences Po Law School

inatani@law.kyoto-u.ac.jp

2014, 2015

oui2@cornell.edu 2013, 2014, 2015

minfantino@units.it 2014

firani@law.columbia.edu 2016

ivana.isailovic@gmail.com 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Esteban Hoyos


Chiha Islam

Rumana Islam

Manuel Iturralde

Bogdan Ivanel

Alexey Ivanov

Egypt

Bangladesh

Colombia

Romania

Russia

Qatar University College of Law

University of Warwick

Universidad de los Andes

Sciences Po Law School

Moscow State University, Higher School of Economics

islamshiha@hotmail.com

2014

rirumpa@yahoo.com 2012, 2013, 2015

miturral@uniandes.edu.co 2015

bogdanivanel@gmail.com 2014

a.y.ivanov@gmail.com

2010

Razak Jaha

Aleksandra Ivlieva

Jason Jackson

Becky Jacobs

Russia

United States

United States

Ghana

Moscow State University

Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

University of Tennessee, College of Law

University of Cape Coast

Zaina Jallad

Christophe Jamin

Karolina Januszewski

Isabel Jaramillo

Sheila Jasanoff

Palestinian Territory, Jordan

France

Austria

Colombia

United States

aivlieva@llm13.law. harvard.edu 2014

jbrj@wharton.upenn.edu

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016

zj2117@columbia.edu

christophe.jamin@ sciences-po.org

2016

2013

Columbia Law School

Sciences Po Law School

jacobs@utk.edu

2011

karolina.januszewski@ univie.ac.at University of Vienna 2015

jaha792001@yahoo.com 2014

ijaramil@uniandes.edu.co

Universidad de Los Andes 2011, 2013

Dipika Jain United States and India djain@jgu.edu.in

Jindal Global Law School 2015

sheila_jasanoff@harvard. edu

Harvard Kennedy School 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

“The most resourceful and engaging workshop I have ever attended – very enriching!”


Baber Johansen

Dawn Jones

Henry Jones

Richard Joyce

United States

United States

djones@qf.org.qa

United Kingdom

Australia

2013

Durham University

Monash University

malexjimenez@gmail.com University of Illinois, Chicago 2015, 2016

bjohansen@hds.harvard. edu Harvard Divinity School

Qatar Foundation

2013, 2014

h.r.g.jones@durham.ac.uk 2016

richard.joyce@monash.edu 2015, 2016

Suha Jubran-Ballan

Soyoung Jung

Daniel Jutras

Junior Kabange

Nkatha Kabira

Israel

South Korea

Canada

Democratic Republic of Congo

Kenya

jubranb@post.tau.ac.il

Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Law 2013

sj3924a@student. american.edu

American University, Washington College of Law

McGill University Faculty of Law 2013

42026067@mylife.unisa. ac.za

University of South Africa 2016

2011

nkabira@sjd.law.harvard. edu Harvard Law School 2012, 2013

Fadhel Kaboub

Busingye Kabumba

Philip Kaisary

Pablo Kalmanovitz

Hent Kalmo

Tunisia

Uganda

United Kingdom

Colombia

Estonia

University of Pretoria

University of Warwick School of Law

Universidad de los Andes

Tartu University

kaboubf@denison.edu Denison University 2012, 2013, 2015

busingye.kabumba@ developmentlaw.org 2016

Philip.Kaisary@warwick. ac.uk

2014

p.kalmanovitz20@ uniandes.edu.co 2016

kalmo@phare.normalesup. org 2016

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Monica Jimenez


Ioannis Kalpouzos

Charis Kamphuis

Sylvia Kang’ara

Vivek Kanwar

Anush Kapadia

Greece

Canada

Kenya

United States

United States

Riara University

Jindal Global Law School

ioannis.kalpouzos.1@city.a c.uk The City Law School, City University London 2014

chariskamphuis@osgoode. yorku.com Osgoode Hall Law School 2011

sylviakangara@gmail.com 2013, 2016

vik.kanwar@gmail.com

anush.kapadia.1@city. ac.uk

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

City University London 2011, 2012, 2013

Ratna Kapur

Tugba Karagoz

Maksim Karliuk

Mafaro Kasipo

Steve Keen

India

Turkey

Belarus

Zimbabwe

United States

Ghent University

University of Cape Town 2016

University of Western Sydney

rkapur@jgu.edu.in

Jindal Global University 2014, 2015, 2016

karagoez@hof.unifrankfurt.de Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main

mkarliuk@hse.ru 2015, 2016

kspmaf001@myuct.ac.za

2016

debunking@gmail.com

2013

Lisa Kelly

Stephanie Kelton

Sara Kendall

David Kennedy

Duncan Kennedy

Canada

United States

United States

United States

United States

Harvard Law School

University of MissouriKansas City

University of Kent Law School

Harvard Law School

lkelly@sjd.law.harvard.edu 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

bellsa@umkc.edu

2013

S.Kendall@kent.ac.uk

2015

dkennedy@law.harvard. edu 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Through our Collaborative Research Grants Program we seek to offer participants the opportunity to collaborate throughout the year and to bring their shared ideas, born out of the Workshop, to maturity.

kennedy@law.harvard.edu Harvard Law School

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014


Charles Khamala

Maryam Khan

Mushtaq Khan

Rahela Khorakiwala

Canada

Kenya

United States

United Kingdom

India

Arizona State University

Rhodes University

Lahore University of Management Sciences

SOAS, University of London

Jawaharlal Nehru University

ericbkennedy@asu.edu 2015

c.khamala@ru.ac.za 2016

maryamk@lums.edu.pk

2014

mk100@soas.ac.uk

2012

rahela.k@gmail.com

2016

Joseph Kikonyogo

Marcin Kilanowsi

Helen Kinsella

Ekaterina Kiseleva

Karl Klare

Uganda

Poland

United States

Russia

United States

Melbourne Law School

Nicolas Copernicus University

University of WisconsinMadison

kikonyogo.joseph@gmail. com 2013

markil@uni.torun.pl

2011

hkinsella@wisc.edu

2011, 2014

ekaterina.kiseleva.rudn@ gmail.com Law Faculty, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

k.klare@neu.edu

Northeastern University School of Law 2013

2011

Karen Knop

Robert Knox

Yukiko Koga

Akira Kohsaka

Ida Koivisto

Canada

United Kingdom

Japan

Japan

Finland

University of Toronto Faculty of Law

London School of Economics and Political Science

Hunter College – City University of New York

Osaka University

University of Helsinki, Faculty of Law

k.knop@utoronto.ca

2011, 2015

robertjknox@gmail.com

2010, 2011, 2012

yk294@columbia.edu

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

kohsaka@kwansei.ac.jp 2016

ida.koivisto@helsinki.fi

2010, 2012

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Eric Kennedy


Erick K’Omolo

Outi Korhonen

Martti Koskenniemi

Paavo Kotiaho

Prabha Kotiswaran

Kenya

Finland

Finland

Finland

United Kingdom

University of Hong Kong

University of Turku, Faculty of Law

University of Helsinki, Faculty of Law

Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights

King’s College London

abanga07@gmail.com 2016

outi.korhonen@utu.fi

2013, 2015, 2016

Martti.Koskenniemi@ helsinki.fi

2011, 2012, 2014, 2016

paavo.kotiaho@helsinki.fi

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

prabha.kotiswaran@kcl. ac.uk 2011, 2013

Sirikanya Kovilaikool

Gudrun Krämer

Fritz Kratochwil

Roy Kreitner

Tor Krever

Thailand

Germany

Germany

Israel

Canada

Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Law

London School of Economics and Political Science

k.lingling@yahoo.com

Washington University in St. Louis School of Law

Gudrun.Kraemer@fuberlin.de

kreitner@post.tau.ac.il

tor.krever@gmail.com

2014, 2015

Central European University 2014, 2015

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016

Tetyana Krupiy

Yaraslau Kryvoi

Damjan Kukovec

Lys Kulamadayil

Vidya Kumar

Canada

Belarus

Slovenia

Germany

Canada

McGill University

London School of Economics and Political Science

Harvard Law School

Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies

University of Birmingham

2010

tetyana.krupiy@mail. mcgill.ca 2016

Free University of Berlin

Friedrich.Kratochwil@ eui.eu

kryvoi@post.harvard.edu

2011

dkukovec@sjd.law.harvard. edu 2011, 2012, 2013

Lys.Kulamadayil@ graduateinstitute.ch

2016

2012, 2013, 2013, 2014

vidya.s.a.kumar@gmail. com

2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016


Stephanie Laemmert

Andrew Lang

India

Germany

United Kingdom

2014

European University Institute

London School of Economics and Political Science

Marc Lavoie

Emmanuel Lê

Michelle Le Roux

Richard Lehun

Darryl Li

Canada

France

South Africa

Canada

United States

McGill University Faculty of Law

Columbia University

richa.kumar@gmail.com University of Kent Law School

stephanie.laemmert@ eui.eu

2016

mlavoie@uottawa.ca

University of Ottawa, Department of Economics

emmanuelle.le@sciencespo.org

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016

michellemleroux@mac. com

richard.lehun@gmail.com

Sergio Latorre Colombia

sergiolato@gmail.com Cornell University 2011, 2012, 2013

dcl2129@columbia.edu

2013

University of Witwatersrand Law School

Roni Liberson Yokhin

Sandy Liebenberg

Odette Lienau

Xi Lin

Heng Liu

Israel

South Africa

United States

People’s Republic of China

People’s Republic of China

Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies

Stellenbosch University

Cornell Law School

Fudan University, Shanghai

Wuhan University

2013

roniliber@gmail.com

2013

Sciences Po Law School

A.Lang@lse.ac.uk

Canada jlanglais@sjd.law.harvard. edu Université de Montréal 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

sliebenb@sun.ac.za 2016

2010

ol53@cornell.edu 2010, 2012

IGLP Collaborative Research Grants

2011, 2014, 2015

xilin@fudan.edu.cn

2012

2014

lewke811216@hotmail. com 2010

The IGLP encourages the development of progressive and alternative ideas about international law, society and political economy by supporting original, provocative and challenging intellectual work that might not otherwise find support from mainstream institutional resources. We hope to contribute to the emergence of new approaches to international law and global social justice. Through our Research Grants Program, we seek to facilitate innovative group research and writing projects and deepen the network of collaboration among our HLS Graduate Students, IGLP Workshop alumni, and IGLP faculty.

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Jennifer Langlais

Richa Kumar


Zhuang Liu

Lucas Lixinski

Angus Lockyer

Eric Loefflad

Diego Lopez

People’s Republic of China

Brazil

United Kingdom

United States

Colombia

Peking University 2012

University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law

SOAS, University of London

University of Kent - Kent Law School

Universidad de Los Andes

Tamara Lothian

Helen Lu

Maja Lukić

United States

United States

Serbia

Columbia Law School

Harvard Law School

Belgrade University Law School

lfjohnliu@gmail.com

tlothi@law.columbia.edu 2013, 2014

l.lixinski@unsw.edu.au

2011, 2012, 2013, 2015

hlu@jd11.law.harvard.edu 2011

al21@soas.ac.uk

2015

edl4@kent.ac.uk

2016

dlopez@uniandes.edu.co 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015

Mikaela LuttrellRowland

Ronaldo Macedo

majalukic77@gmail.com

United States

mluttrel@fandm.edu

ronaldo.macedo@terra. com.br

2011

Franklin and Marshall College

University of São Paulo, Faculty of Law

2016

2011

Brazil

Tshepo Madlingozi

Roopanand Mahadew

Saba Mahmood

Sajjad Malik

Bashar Malkawi

South Africa

Mauritius

United States

Canada

Jordan

Birkbeck, University of London

University of Mauritius

University of California, Berkeley, Anthropology Department

York University

University of Sharjah, College of Law

tmad44@gmail.com

2011

r.mahadew@uom.ac.mu 2014, 2016

“…a stimulating, resource-laden week! I will be taking lots of ideas back to my university with me.”

smahmood@berkeley.edu

2014, 2015

sajjad.ali.malik1@gmail. com 2015

bmalkawi@gmail.com

2014, 2015


United States

bmamlyuk@gmail.com

University of Memphis, School of Law

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

Lorenzo Mancini

Italy lorenzo.mancini@ucm.es Universidad Complutense de Madrid 2016

Roberto Mangabeira Unger

Katharina Mangold

India

saptarshi@jgu.edu.in

Brazil and United States

Jindal Global Law School

mangold@jur.uni-frankfurt. de

2015

unger@law.harvard.edu Harvard Law School

Saptarshi Mandal

2010

Germany

Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main 2015

Itamar MannKanowitz

Stephen Marglin

Susan Marks

Roberta Marra

South Africa

rashida.manjoo@uct.ac.za

United States

United States

Italy

University of Cape Town 2016

ijm6@law.georgetown.edu

smarglin@harvard.edu

United Kingdom

Georgetown Law

Harvard University, Department of Economics

London School of Economics and Political Science

University of Salento, Faculty of Law

Rashida Manjoo

Shelley Marshall Australia

shelley.marshall@buseco. monash.edu.au Monash University 2010

2014, 2015

2013

Anne-Charlotte Martineau

Stu Marvel

France

martineauac@hotmail.com Max Planck Institute Luxembourg 2010, 2015, 2016

s.marks@lse.ac.uk

2010

robertama83@gmail.com

2011

Antonio Marzal Yetano

Mark Massoud

smarvel@emory.edu

Spain

mmassoud@ucsc.edu

2015

UniversitĂŠ Paris I PanthĂŠon-Sorbonne

Canada

Emory University School of Law

tmarzal@yahoo.com

2012, 2015

United States

University of California, Santa Cruz 2014, 2015

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Boris Mamlyuk


Heidi Matthews

Hélène Mayrand

Achille Mbembe

Makane Mbengue

Tyler McCreary

Canada

Canada

Cameroon

Senegal

Canada

SOAS, University of London

University of Sherbrooke 2011, 2014

University of Witwatersrand

University of Geneva Faculty of Law

Liam McHugh-Russell

Derek McKee

Timothy McLellan

Belgium

Canada

United Kingdom

University of Sherbrooke 2011, 2012, 2013

Cornell University, Department of Anthropology

Ladan Mehranvar

Perry Mehrling

Uday Mehta

Semie Memuna Sama

Roger Merino Acuña

Canada

United States

United States

Cameroon

Peru

University of Toronto

Barnard College, Columbia University

The City University of New York

University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law

University of Bath

hmatthews@sjd.law. harvard.edu

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

liam.mchugh-russell@ eui.eu European University Institute 2015

ladan.mehranvar@ utoronto.ca 2010

helene.mayrand@ usherbrooke.ca

Derek.McKee@ USherbrooke.ca

pgm10@columbia.edu

2011, 2012

Achille.mbembe@wits. ac.za

2016

tgm59@cornell.edu

2012

umehta@gc.cuny.edu

2010

makane.mbemgue@ unige.ch

tylermcc@yorku.ca York University 2012

2010

David Mednicoff

Frédéric Mégret

United States

France

University of Massachusetts Amherst

McGill University Faculty of Law

dmednic@gmail.com

2013

ssama093@uottawa.ca

2015

fredericmegret@gmail.com

2015

R.A.Merino.Acuna@bath. ac.uk 2013


United States

andrew.metrick@yale.edu Yale School of Management 2011

Ernesto Mieles González Colombia

emieles@zedat.fu-berlin.de Free University of Berlin 2013, 2015, 2015

Zinaida Miller

James Millstein

Iagê Miola

United States

United States

Brazil

McGill University

U.S. Department of the Treasury

Brazilian Center for Analysis and Planning

zinaida.miller@mcgill.ca 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

jim.millstein@gmail.com

2011

iagezm@gmail.com

2015

Nisha Mistry

Joel Modiri

Lena-Maria Möller

Kirill Molodyko

United States

South Africa

Germany

Ukraine

Pier Giuseppe Monateri

Brookings Institution

University of Pretoria

Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law

Higher School of Economics

mltosco@libero.it; monateripg@gmail.com

nishamistry@gmail.com 2011

joelmodiri@gmail.com 2016

moeller@mpipriv.de

2014

Tshepo Mongalo

Rebecca Monson

South Africa

Australia

University of Cape Town, Faculty of Law

Australian National University, College of Law

Tshepo@tmcs.co.za

2010

MonsonR@law.anu.edu.au

2013

kirill.molodyko@gmail.com

Italy

2015

University of Turin, Faculty of Law 2013, 2014

Lilian Manoela Monteiro cintra de Melo

Michael Morris

Meghan Morris

South Africa

United States

Brazil

University of Cape Town School of Economics

University of Chicago

liliancintra@gmail.com

University of S†o Paulo, School of Law

Mike.Morris@uct.ac.za

2013

2015

Each year we invite senior faculty to the Institute to participate in Pro-Seminars and to share their ideas with us at the Colloquium.

mormeghan@gmail.com 2015

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Andrew Metrick


Farida Mortada

Jacqueline Mowbray

Samuel Moyn

Maropeng Mpya

Horatia Muir Watt

Egypt

Australia

United States

South Africa

France

University of Sydney

Columbia University, Department of History

University of Kwa-ZuluNatal

Sciences Po Law School

Claire Mumme

Laurean Mussa

Kibet Mutai

Canada

United Republic of Tanzania

Kenya

fmortada@sjd.law.harvard. edu Harvard Law School 2016

clairemumme@osgoode. yorku.ca University of Windsor, Faculty of Law

jacqueline.mowbray@ sydney.edu.au 2014, 2015

Lauremussa2003@udsm. ac.tz

smoyn@law.harvard.edu

2015

mpya@ukzn.ac.za

2016

Rafael Myro

2016

Spain rmyrosan@ucm.es Universidad Complutense de Madrid 2016

kmutai@yahoo.co.uk

Kenya Industrial Property Institute

horatia.muirwatt@ sciencespo.fr

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Caroline Nalule Uganda

caroline.nalule@students. wits.ac.za University of Witwatersrand

2010, 2011

University of Dar es Salaam School of Law

Shannu Narayan

Maria Narvaez

Usha Natarajan

Michael Nesbitt

Vasuki Nesiah

India

Mexico

Australia

Canada

United States

Universidad Regiomontana

The American University in Cairo

University of Toronto

New York University

2016

shannu.narayan@gmail. com

Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization

manarvaez@mail.ur.mx 2011

2010

IGLP: The Colloquium

unatarajan@aucegypt.edu

2010, 2013, 2014, 2015

Our annual Colloquium brings together Workshop faculty and select alumni to share works in progress and explore a theme of common interest with invited scholars from a variety of disciplines.

michael.nesbitt@nyu.edu 2010

2016

vasuki.nesiah@nyu.edu 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016


Clement Ng’Ong’ola

Joel Ngugi

Thandabantu Nhlapo

Fionnuala Ni Aolain

United States

Botswana

Kenya

South Africa

Ireland

SOAS, University of London

University of Botswana 2016

2016

University of Cape Town

University of Minnesota Law School

Matthew Nicholson

Pekka Niemelä

Tatjana Nikitina

Roseline Njogu

Marumo Nkomo

United Kingdom

Finland

Estonia

Kenya

South Africa

University College London

University of Helsinki, Faculty of Law

Queen Mary University of London

Riara Law School

sn21@soas.ac.uk

2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

M.C.Nicholson@soton. ac.uk 2010, 2012

ngongola@mopipi.ub.bw

pekka.niemela@helsinki.fi

2011

ngugijoel@gmail.com

t.nikitina@qmul.ac.uk

2016

thandabantu.nhlapo@uct. ac.za 2016

roselinenjogu@gmail.com 2014, 2015, 2016

niaol002@umn.edu

2013

marumo.nkomo@gmail. com

University of Cape Town, Faculty of Law 2015

Ticiana Nogueira da Cruz Lima

Rugemeleza Nshala

Charlotte Nunes

Yahaya Nurfadzilah

Ijeoma Nwagwu

Brazil

Tanzania

rugemeleza@gmail.com

United States

United States

Nigeria

University of Texas at Austin

Washington University in St. Louis

lima.ticiana@gmail.com

University of São Paulo, Faculty of Law 2014

Lawyers’ Environmental Action Team 2016

charlotte.nunes@gmail. com

2010

fadzilah.yahaya@gmail. com

2014

inwagwu@lbs.edu.ng

Lagos Business School, Pan-Atlantic University 2016

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Scott Newton


Chilenye Nwapi

Gearóid Ó Cuinn

Liliana Obregón

Patrick O’Callaghan

Willie Odogwu

Nigeria

Ireland

Colombia

Ireland

United Kingdom

University of Calgary 2015, 2016

Lancaster University School of Law

Universidad de Los Andes

Newcastle Law School

SOAS, University of London

Ibironke Odumosu

Adedokun Ogunfolu

John Ohnesorge

Naoyuki Okano

Nigeria

Nigeria

United States

Japan

Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife

University of Wisconsin Law School

Nagoya University

cnwapi@ucalgary.ca

ibironke.odumosu@ usask.ca

University of Saskatchewan College of Law

g.ocuinn@lancaster.ac.uk

2013, 2014

aoo26@cornell.edu

2010

2011

lobregon@uniandes. edu.co 2015, 2016

jkohnesorge@wisc.edu

2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

ocallaghan.patrick@gmail. com 2012

okano.naoyuki@f.mbox. nagoya-u.ac.jp 2016

605358@soas.ac.uk

2015

Mohamed Okasha Abdelaal Egypt

m.okasha@berkeley.edu Alexandria University, Faculty of Law 2013, 2014, 2015

Zoran Oklopcic

Adaeze Okoye

Eyene Okpanachi

Felix Okpe

Croatia and Italy

Nigeria

Nigeria

United States

Adriana Olvera Zamorska

University of Aberdeen

aolzamorska@gmail.com

oklopcic@gmail.com Carleton University 2013, 2014, 2015

adaeze.okoye@canterbury. ac.uk Canterbury Christ Church University 2010

eyene.okpanachi@ ualberta.ca

University of Alberta 2013

felixokpe@yahoo.com

Poland

2016

International Criminal Court 2015


Angel Oquendo

Kate O’Regan

Anne Orford

Nadav Orian Peer

Nigeria

United States

South Africa

Australia

Israel

2016

Melbourne Law School

Harvard Law School

godwin.onuoha@scm. uni-halle.de

Martin Luther University

angel.oquendo@uconn. edu

kateoregan@icloud.com

University of Cape Town

a.orford@law.unimelb. edu.au

norianpeer@llm11.law. harvard.edu

2010

University of Connecticut School of Law

Reecia Orzeck

Yoriko Otomo

Umut Özsu

Can Öztaş

Sundhya Pahuja

Canada

Australia

Canada and Turkey

Turkey

Australia

Illinois State University

SOAS, University of London 2010, 2011, 2013

University of Manitoba, Faculty of Law

Birkbeck, University of London

Phillip Paiement

Genevieve Painter

Alice Panepinto

Maria Panezi

Volha Parfenchyk

United States

Ireland

United Kingdom, Italy

Greece

Belarus

University of California, Berkeley, School of Law

Warwick University

Osgoode Hall Law School

University of Bologna

rorzeck@ilstu.edu 2012

p.m.paiement@uvt.nl Tilburg University 2016

2011

yo4@soas.ac.uk

genevieve.painter. berkeley@gmail.com

2014

Umut_Ozsu@umanitoba. ca

2010, 2013, 2015

a.panepinto@warwick. ac.uk 2016

2011, 2014

can.oztas@googlemail. com

2010, 2013

mariapanezi@osgoode. yorku.ca 2010, 2011, 2013

2011, 2012, 2013

s.pahuja@unimelb.edu.au Melbourne Law School

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

vola.parfenchyk@gmail. com 2013

We aim to build on the momentum of each Workshop as we strive to develop the premier site for networked innovation in the fields of global governance and economic policy among young scholars and policymakers from across the world.

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Godwin Onuoha


Rose Parfitt

Elena Paris

James Parker

Andrew Parker

Daniel Pascoe

United Kingdom

Romania

United Kingdom

United States

Australia

Melbourne Law School

University of Bucharest Law School

Melbourne Law School

Rutgers University 2013

City University of Hong Kong

roseparfitt@gmail.com

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

paris_elena@yahoo.com

2013

parker@unimelb.edu.au 2014, 2015, 2016

acparker@rci.rutgers.edu

dcpascoe@cityu.edu.hk

2015

Vesco Paskalev

Moira Paz

Reut Paz

Mark Peacock

Charlotte Peevers

Bulgaria

Israel

Israel

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

European University Institute

Stanford Law School

Humboldt University of Berlin

York University

vesselin.paskalev@eui.eu

2012, 2014, 2016

mpaz@law.stanford.edu 2010, 2013

reut.paz@gmail.com

2010, 2011

mpeacock@yorku.ca 2013

charlie.peevers@gmail. com

University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Law 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Jeremy Perelman

Carlos Perette

Noemi Perez Vasquez

Nicolรกs Perrone

Anton Petrov

France

Argentina

Venezuela

Argentina

Germany

Sciences Po Law School

University of Basque Country

University of London

jperelman@sciencespolaw.com 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014

carlosperette@gmail.com

2015

n_perez@soas.ac.uk 2016

nicolas.perrone@gmail. com

Universidad Externado de Colombia 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

The IGLP aims to facilitate the emergence of a creative dialog among young experts, strengthening our capacity for innovation and cooperative research. At IGLP, we are convinced that governance is not only rules, institutions and procedures. Ideas also matter.

anton@petrovi.de

Free University of Berlin 2015


Jimcall Pfumorodze

Michael Picard

United Kingdom

Zimbabwe

France, United States

University of Warwick School of Law

University of Botswana

tobias.pforr@gmail.com

2012, 2016

Anna Pitaraki

jimpfumo@gmail.com 2016

michael.hennessy.picard@ gmail.com Université du Québec à Montréal 2016

Narun Popattanachai

Gastón Pierri Gonsebatt

Argentina gpierri@gmail.com University of Alcalá 2012

Sanjay Pinto United States

sjpinto@fas.harvard.edu Harvard University 2010, 2013

Elizabeth Povinelli

Sabrina Praduroux

Gyan Prakash

United States

Italy

India

University of Turin

2016

Columbia University, Department of Anthropology

2015

Princeton University, Department of History

Elliott PrasseFreeman

Enrique Prieto Rios

Maria Protopapa

Sergio Puig de la Parra

prasse@post.harvard.edu

enriqueprietor@hotmail. com

Greece

Panthip Pruksacholavit

United States

Colombia

Thailand

Mexico

2011

2014

Greece

Thailand

European University Institute

Columbia University Law School

Anna.Pitaraki@eui.eu

2010

Carr Center for Human Rights Policy

np2400@columbia.edu

Birkbeck, University of London

ep2122@columbia.edu

sabrinapraduroux@live.it

2013

maraia.pro@gmail.com University of Athens, Faculty of Law 2010

panthip.p@chula.ac.th

Chulalongkorn University 2013, 2015

prakash@princeton.edu

2012

spuigdelaparra@ worldbank.org

George Washington Law School 2010

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Tobias Pforr


Alberto Puppo

Intisar Rabb

Italy

United States

Instituto Tecnonlogico Autonomo de Mexico

Harvard Law School

almpuppo@gmail.com

2015

irabb@law.harvard.edu 2014

Opeyemi Rabiat Akande

Adamantia Rachovitsa

Robi Rado

Nigeria

Greece

rador@unimelb.edu.au

oakande@sjd.law.harvard. edu Harvard Law School

adamantia.rachovitsa@ gmail.com

2016

Qatar University College of Law

Mikko Rajavuori

Nikolas Rajkovic

Dušan Rakitić

Singapore

Finland

Canada

Serbia

American Bar Foundation

University of Turku, Faculty of Law

Tilburg Law School

mikkor@iki.fi

n.m.rajkovic@uvt.nl

University of Melbourne 2016

2015

Jothie Rajah jrajah@abfn.org

Australia, Hungary

dusan.rakitic@spechtpartners.rs

Henrique Randau da Costa Carvalho Brazil

henrique.carvalho@kcl. ac.uk

2013, 2014

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016

Belgrade University Law School

Surabhi Ranganathan

Rahul Rao

Karthik Rao Cavale

Akbar Rasulov

Geetika Rathee

India

India

India

Uzbekistan

India

King’s College Cambridge

SOAS, University of London

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

University of Glasgow

Jindal School of Government and Public Policy

2013, 2014

sr496@cam.ac.uk 2011, 2013

rr18@soas.ac.uk

2015

IGLP: The Conference

krcavale@mit.edu

2015

2010

akbar.rasulov@glasgow. ac.uk 2011, 2013, 2014

King’s College London 2010, 2011, 2013

grathee@jgu.edu.in

2015

In 2015 we convened our second international conference at Harvard bringing together over 425 scholars and friends working on innovative approaches to global governance, social justice and economic policy for two days of scholarly exchange. IGLP: The Conference will be held every other June at Harvard Law School and is open to all those who are interested in pursuing new thinking about law and global policy, including those who are new to our network as well as IGLP alumni and friends. Our aim is to provide an ongoing opportunity for scholars connected to the Institute to return to Cambridge to present their research, to reconnect with peers from across the globe and to find new opportunities for collaborative research with other innovative scholars.


Seyed Mohamad Hassan Razavi

University of Western Ontario

hassan.razavi@, razavimhasan@gmail.com

rray9@uwo.ca

Iran

2016

McGill University Faculty of Law

Rachel Rebouche

Angela Redish

Tarcila Reis

United States

Canada

Brazil

Temple University Beasley School of Law

Sciences Po Law School

2011, 2013, 2014, 2016

University of British Columbia, Vancouver School of Economics

rebouche@temple.edu

2014

anji@econ.ubc.ca

reistarcila@hotmail.com 2010, 2011, 2012

2011, 2012

John Reynolds

Karen Rhone

Gustavo Ribeiro

Ivan Ribeiro

Morgan Ricks

Ireland

United States

Brazil

Brazil

United States

National University of Ireland, Galway

University of Chicago

Harvard Law School

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

University of SĂŁo Paulo, Faculty of Law

john.j.reynolds@gmail.com

2012, 2013

ellisk@uchicago.edu 2013, 2014

guribeiro@sjd.law.harvard. edu

ivan.ribeiro@aya.yale.edu or iribeiro@usp.br

2010

mricks@law.harvard.edu

Vanderbilt University Law School 2011, 2012, 2013

Michael Riegner

Vera Riffler

Kerry Rittich

Jean-Paul Rocha

Brishen Rogers

Germany

Germany

Canada

Brazil

United States

New York University School of Law

University of York

University of Toronto Faculty of Law

University of SĂŁo Paulo, Faculty of Law

Temple University

riegnerm@gmail.com

2014

vpr501@york.ac.uk 2016

kerry.rittich@utoronto.ca

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

jpr@usp.br

2013

brogers@temple.edu 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

India

Reeju Ray


Shunko Rojas

Sonia Rolland

Love Rönnelid

Emmy Rono

Darren Rosenblum

Argentina

France

Sweden

Kenya

United States

Harvard Law School 2013

Northeastern University School of Law

Uppsala University

Strathmore Law School

Jamie Rowen

Pallavi Roy

United States

India

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

SOAS, University of London

srojas@law.harvard.edu

s.rolland@neu.edu

love.ronnelid@jur.uu.se

temmyrono@gmail.com

DRosenblum@law.pace. edu

2016

Pace Law School

Sayres Rudy

Vanessa Rüegger

Carolina Ruiz Austria

United States

Switzerland

Philippines

2012

Bryn Mawr College, Department of Political Science

Universitäre Fernstudien Schweiz

University of Toronto Faculty of Law

Teemu Ruskola

Assel Rustemova

Anne Saab

Alfredo Saad Filho

Hengameh Saberi

United States

Kazakhstan

Netherlands

United Kingdom

Iran

Emory University School of Law

Gediz University

London School of Economics and Political Science

SOAS, University of London

Osgoode Hall Law School

jamierowen1@yahoo.com

2013, 2014, 2016

teemu.ruskola@emory.edu

2011

2010

pr16@soas.ac.uk

asselek@yahoo.com 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015

2016

sayres.rudy@gmail.com

2014

A.Saab@lse.ac.uk

2015

vanessa.rueegger@unifr.ch

2011

as59@soas.ac.uk

2014

2012, 2013

karolzki@gmail.com

2010, 2011

hsaberi@osgoode.yorku.ca 2013, 2014


Rafael Sakr

Priyasha Saksena

Rafael Salas

Lena Salaymeh

Pakistan

Brazil

India

United States

University of Warwick

London School of Economics and Political Science

Harvard Law School

Spain r.salas@ucm.es Universidad Complutense de Madrid 2016

saeed.raza@gmail.com 2016

rafael.sakr@gmail.com

2013, 2014, 2015

psaksena@sjd.law.harvard. edu 2016

lenas@law.berkeley.edu

University of California, Berkeley, School of Law 2013

Natasha Salinas

Jaakko Salminen

Nahed Samour

Finland

Germany

Adriane Sanctis de Brito

German Sandoval

Brazil

Brazil

University of Turku, Faculty of Law

samour@post.harvard.edu Humboldt University, Faculty of Law

germansandoval@hotmail. com

2013, 2015

adriane.sanctis@gmail. com

Fundacao Getulio Vargas Sao Paulo Law School

natasha.salinas@unifesp. br Federal University of Sao Paulo 2015

jahsalm@utu.fi

2013, 2014

Mexico

Autónoma de México 2011

2015, 2016

Sreejith Santhakumari Gokuleswaranthampy

Alvaro Santos

Sreela Sarkar

Maja Savevska

Hani Sayed

India

Mexico

asantos@law.georgetown. edu

India

Macedonia

Syria

Georgetown Law

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Nazarbayev University

The American University in Cairo

sreejiththampy@yahoo. com

National University of Advanced Legal Studies 2012

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

sreela.sarkar@gmail.com

2010, 2011, 2013

msavevska@law.harvard. edu 2013, 2014, 2015

“I always thought IGLP was a fascinating project, but this last week by far exceeded my expectations. Now I am inspired to continue working on my own little research project and make it relevant as well as to keep in touch with the wonderful and bright scholars I met and find ways for transnational cooperation.”

hsayed@aucegypt.edu

2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Raza Saeed


Pierre Schlag

John Henry Schlegel

Christine Schwobel

David Scott

Rukmini Sen

United States

United States

Germany

Jamaica

India

University of Colorado Law School

SUNY Buffalo Law School

Columbia University

Centre for Women’s Development Studies, New Delhi

schlag@colorado.edu

2013

schlegel@buffalo.edu 2013

christineschwoebel@ yahoo.de

University of Liverpool 2012, 2013

das133@columbia.edu 2015

senrukmini18@gmail.com

2010

Mohammad Shahabuddin

Jhuma Sen

Kalana Senaratne

Shanthi Senthe

Necdet Sevimli

India

Sri Lanka

Canada

Turkey

Jindal Global University

University of Hong Kong 2014

Osgoode Hall Law School

Middle East Technical University

Amr Shalakany

Mikhail Shavaleev

Sanele Sibanda

Russian Federation

Garth SheldonCoulson

Islam Shiha

Egypt

United States

Russian School of Private Law 2016

garth.sheldoncoulson@ gmail.com

islamshiha@hotmail.com

South Africa

The American University in Cairo

mihail_shavaleev@mail.ru

Egypt

Harvard Law School

jsen@jgu.edu.in 2016

shalakany@aucegypt.edu

2013, 2014

kalanack@gmail.com

shanthisenthe@osgoode. yorku.ca 2013, 2014, 2015

2013

ondersevimli@gmail.com

2016

Alexandria University, Faculty of Law 2013

Bangladesh

shahab_elcop@yahoo.com Keele University

2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015

Sanele.Sibanda@wits. ac.za University of Witwatersrand 2014


Ximena SierraCamargo

William Simon

Pakistan

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

gabrielle.simm@mq.edu.au

United States

dr.osamasiddique@gmail. com

Colombia

Australia

Macquarie Law School,

Columbia Law School

fjawed@mit.edu

2015

Institute of Development and Economic Alternatives (IDEAS), Pakistan

jimenasierra@gmail.com Rosario University 2014, 2016

2011

wsimon@law.columbia.edu 2013

2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Gerry Simpson

Ermin Sinanovic

Guy Sinclair

Prabhakar Singh

Sahib Singh

United Kingdom

Bosnia and Herzegovina

New Zealand

India

United Kingdom

London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Law

United States Naval Academy

Victoria University of Wellington, Faculty of Law

g.j.simpson@lse.ac.uk

sinanovi@usna.edu

2013, 2014

guy.sinclair@vuw.ac.nz

prabhakarsingh.adv@ gmail.com

2010, 2011

National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law

2015

sahib.g.singh@gmail.com University of Cambridge 2014

2010, 2012

Ville Sinkkonen

Ada Siqueira

Oishik Sircar

Peter Skott

Thomas Skouteris

Finland

Brazil

India

United States

The Netherlands

University of Turku, Faculty of Law

Georgetown University

Melbourne Law School

University of Massachusetts Amherst, Department of Economics

The American University in Cairo

ville.sinkkonen@utu.fi

2015

as3591@georgetown.edu 2015, 2016

oishik.sircar@unimelb. edu.au

2011, 2013, 2014, 2015

pskott@econs.umass.edu

2012

IGLP: The Regional Workshop

thomas.skouteris@me.com

2013, 2015

The Regional Workshop, inaugurated in 2015, is an intensive, regionally-focused residential program designed for doctoral and post-doctoral scholars and junior faculty.

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Muhammad Osama Siddique

Gabrielle Simm

India

Faizan Jawed Siddiqi


Kepa Solaun

Nedzad Smailagic

Adrian Smith

Dee Smythe

Ukri Soirila

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Canada

South Africa

Finland

University of Poitiers

University of Cape Town

2016

Carleton University, Department of Law and Legal Studies

2016

University of Helsinki, Faculty of Law 2012, 2013

Spain ksolaun@factorco2.com Universidad Complutense de Madrid 2016

Simón Sosvilla

Leo Specht

Kanongnij Sribuayam

Clydenia Stevens

Katherine Stone

Austria

Thailand

South Africa

United States

Specht Böhm

Faculty of Law, Chulalongkorn University

University of KwaZuluNatal

UCLA School of Law

Cait Storr

Chase Strangio

Anna Su

Paola Suarez

Sergey Sudakov

Australia

United States

Philippines

Mexico

Russia

Harvard Law School

University of California, Berkeley

Moscow State Institute of International Relations

nedzad.smailagic@univpoitiers.fr

Spain sosvilla@ccee.ucm.es Universidad Complutense de Madrid 2016

acstorr@unimelb.edu.au Melbourne Law School 2015, 2016

adsmitha@gmail.com

dee.smyth@uct.ac.za

2010, 2011, 2013

leopold.specht@ spechtboehm.com 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

American Civil Liberties Union 2013

“It was a brilliant, amazing, terrific, full-of-magic event!”

ajarnnoi@gmail.com

2010

asu@sjd.law.harvard.edu 2013

ukri.soirila@helsinki.fi

stevens@ukzn.ac.za

2016

paolasuarez@berkeley.edu

2016

stone@law.ucla.edu 2013, 2014

sudakovss@hotmail.com

2011


United States

jsuk@law.harvard.edu Harvard Law School 2013

Kaushik Sunder Rajan

Judith Surkis

Christopher Szabla

Peter Szigeti

India and United States

United States

judith.surkis@rutgers.edu

United States

Hungary

Rutgers University

Cornell University

Harvard Law School

University of Chicago 2013

2014

cjs2111@gmail.com 2015

pszigeti@post.harvard.edu 2011, 2012, 2013

Azadehsadat Taheri

Salma Taman

Pavithra Tantrigoda

Wijdan Tariq

Egypt

Iran

Egypt

Sri Lanka

Pakistan

Harvard Law School

University of Semnan

Indiana University, Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Carnegie Mellon University

Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies, Hamad bin Khalifa University

Mai Taha mtaha@law.harvard.edu 2010, 2011, 2015, 2016

a_s_taheri@yahoo.com 2014

salma.taman@gmail.com

pkt@andrew.cmu.edu 2015

2014, 2015

wtariq@qfis.edu.qa

2013

Owen Taylor

Whitney Taylor

Riaz Tayob

Heather Teague

Chantal Thomas

United Kingdom

United States

South Africa

United States

United States

SOAS, University of London

Cornell University

Tallinn University of Technology

Department of Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin

Cornell Law School

owen.taylor@soas.ac.uk

2010, 2011, 2012

wkt9@cornell.edu 2015

riaz.tayob@gmail.com

2012

hteague@mail.utexas.edu

2011, 2013

chantal-thomas@ lawschool.cornell.edu 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

“An extraordinary mix of perspectives shared with a generosity that makes the whole greater than the sum of the parts for each and every participant.�

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Jeannie Suk


Sabrina TremblayHuet

Christopher Thomas

Kendall Thomas

Evren Tok

Marcelo Torelly

Australia

United States

Turkey

Brazil

2010

Columbia Law School

Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies

Brasilia University Law School

Kellen Trilha Schappo

David Trubek

Elizabeth Trujillo

Lemonia Tsaroucha

Philomila Tsoukala

Brazil

United States

United States

Greece

Greece

Sciences Po Law School 2012

University of Wisconsin Law School

Suffolk University Law School

University College London

Georgetown Law

Arm Tungnirun

Guillaume Tusseau

Konstantina Tzouvala

Rustamjon Urinboyev

Rene Uruena

Thailand

France

Greece

Uzbekistan

Colombia

Sciences Po Law School

Durham University School of Law

Lund University, Faculty of Law

Universidad de Los Andes

cat35@cam.ac.uk

University of Cambridge

2016

keltrilha@gmail.com

dmtrubek@wisc.edu

2010, 2012, 2013, 2014

armtung@stanford.edu Stanford Law School 2016

kthomas@law.columbia. edu

guillaume.tusseau@gmail. com 2010, 2011, 2012

evrentok@gmail.com

2015

etrujillo12@hotmail.com

2011

konstantina.tzouvala@dur. ac.uk

2015, 2016

“The IGLP has singlehandedly changed our academic lives and trajectories for the better in ways no other factor has.�

mtorelly@gmail.com

2015

l.tsaroucha@ucl.ac.uk 2010

rustamjon.urinboyev@ soclaw.lu.se

2014, 2015

Canada

sabrinathuet@gmail.com

University of Sherbrooke 2016

pt96@law.georgetown.edu 2011, 2013, 2014

rf.uruena21@uniandes. edu.co 2013, 2014, 2015


Areli Valencia Vargas

United Kingdom

Peru

Brunel University Law School

University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law

uzokweh@yahoo.com

2016

avalenci@uottawa.ca

2014, 2015

Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel

Shanelle van der Berg

Tara Van Ho

Belgium

South Africa

shanellevdb@sun.ac.za

United States

Stellenbosch University 2016

University of Essex, School of Law

pieter.vancleynenbreugel@ law.kuleuven.be KU Leuven - University of Leuven

tlcvan@essex.ac.uk

2014

2011, 2012, 2013

Pieter-Augustijn Van Malleghem

Karin van Marle

Nneamaka Vanni

Maria Varaki

Daniel Vargas

Belgium

South Africa

karin.vanmarle@up.ac.za

Nigeria

Greece

Brazil

University of Pretoria

University of Warwick School of Law

Hebrew University

Harvard Law School

pvanmalleghem@sjd.law. harvard.edu Harvard Law School

2016

2016

no05rd@hotmail.co.uk

2014

mariavaraki@gmail.com 2010, 2013

barcelosdaniel@gmail.com 2014

Ana Maria Vargas Falla

Latika Vashist

Grigory Vaypan

Fabia Vecoso

Marco Velasquez Ruiz

Colombia

India

latikavashist@gmail.com

Russia

Brazil

Colombia

Moscow State University

Faculdade de Direito do Sul de Minas

Osgoode Hall Law School

Ana_Maria.Vargas_Falla@ soclaw.lu.se Lund University, Department of Sociology of Law 2013

Jindal Global Law School 2014

gvaypan@llm13.law. harvard.edu 2014

fabia.vecoso@gmail.com

2012, 2013, 2015

marcovelasquez@ osgoode.yorku.ca 2015

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

Henry Uzokwe


Roberto Veneziani

Mika Viljanen

Camila Villard Duran

Margareet Visser

Natalia Volosin

United States

Finland

Brazil

South Africa

Argentina

rveneziani@econs.umass. edu

University of Massachusetts Amherst, Department of Economics

mivevi@utu.fi

University of Turku, Faculty of Law 2014

2012

camiladuran@usp.br, camila.villardduran@ yahoo.fr

University of SĂŁo Paulo, Faculty of Law

margareet.visser@uct. ac.za

University of Cape Town 2016

natalia.volosin@yale.edu Yale Law School 2014

2014

Marlese Von Broembsen

Robert Wade

Namita Wahi

Robert Wai

Dina Waked

South Africa

United Kingdom

r.wade@lse.ac.uk

India

Canada

Egypt

Harvard Law School

Osgoode Hall Law School

University of Cape Town

London School of Economics and Political Science

2011, 2012

2010

Timothy Webster

Dana Weiss

United States

Israel

Case Western Reserve University

Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Law

Harvard Law School

Marlese.VonBroembsen@ uct.ac.za

tjw71@case.edu

2015

danawei3@post.tau.ac.il

2011, 2012

namita.wahi@gmail.com

RWai@osgoode.yorku.ca

dwaked@sjd.law.harvard. edu

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Sciences Po Law School

Lucie White

Micha Wiebusch

Eszter Wirth

United States

Belgium

2012, 2013

lwhite@law.harvard.edu 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016

michawiebusch@gmail. com SOAS, University of London 2015, 2016

2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Hungary

eszterwirth@hotmail.com Universidad Complutense de Madrid 2016


Sujith Xavier

Kai Xiao

Zhang Xiaoshi Sherry

Mikhail Xifaras

United States

Canada

People’s Republic of China

China

France

University of MissouriKansas City

Osgoode Hall Law School

Shanghai Jiao Tong University 2010

The University of Hong Kong

Sciences Po Law School

2015

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

wrayr@umkc.edu

2011, 2012, 2013

sxavier@uwindsor.ca 2011, 2012, 2013

kaixiao@sjtu.edu.cn

sherryzhang317@gmail. com

mikhail.xifaras@sciencespo.org

Yan Xu

Yesha Yadav

Nurfadzilah Yahaya

Hajime Yamamoto

Ka Lok Yip

Hong Kong

United States

Singapore

Japan

Hong Kong

Washington University School of Law

Keio University Law School

Birzeit University

yanxu@cuhk.edu.hk

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

yesha.yadav@vanderbilt. edu

2014

Vanderbilt University Law School

Mika Yokoyama

2010

nyahaya@wustl.edu

2013, 2015

Alden Young

Stephen Young

Japan

United States

United States

Kyoto University, Faculty of Law

Drexel University

mika@law.kyoto-u.ac.jp

2013, 2014, 2015

alden.young@gmail.com 2015

stephen.young@colorado. edu

University of Colorado Law School 2011

yamagen@ls.keio.ac.jp

2013, 2014

kalok.yip@gmail.com 2016

Raquel Yrigoyen Fajardo

Qingzi Zang

Spain

qingzi.zang@durham.ac.uk

raquelyf@alertanet.org

Faculty of Law at the Catholic University of Lima 2011

People’s Republic of China Durham University School of Law 2010

“The ability to open up the horizons of critical engagement and practices of world making in novel, surprising and intellectually stimulating ways.”

www.iglp.law.harvard.edu

L. Randall Wray


Sami Zeidan

Qi Zhou

Mingzhe Zhu

Velimir Zivkovic

Mimi Zou

Cyprus

People’s Republic of China

People’s Republic of China

Serbia

Australia

2010

University of Sheffield School of Law

Sciences Po Law School

London School of Economics and Political Science

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

European Commission

qi.zhou@sheffield.ac.uk

2010

zmz1986@hotmail.com 2013

v.zivkovic@lse.ac.uk

2015

mimizou@cuhk.edu.hk

2014, 2016

Karolina Zurek Poland

karolina.zurek@eui.eu

Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies 2010, 2012, 2013

“What an amazing, exciting and insightful platform this is. The entire combination of workshops and streams is brilliant.”

“IGLP is easily the most exciting intellectual space in the world.”


Sponsors and Friends

Many hands have contributed to IGLP’s success over the years. We are particularly grateful to the faculty and to the young scholars who have shared their ideas and taken the time to engage in sustained collaboration with one another. We have encouraged law faculties to join with us in supporting this faculty development opportunity for young scholars from the developing world. We are grateful to the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice at the University of Texas, the University of Toronto School of Law Graduate Division, the Osgoode Hall Law Faculty, the Melbourne Law School in Australia, Tilburg University Law School, the Universidad de Los Andes, the University of Cape Town, Universidad Complutense de Madrid and the Sciences Po Law School in Paris, all of whom generously facilitate the participation of faculty and students in the Workshop. The IGLP founded The Workshop in 2010 with the generous support of Santander Universities which continues to support the Institute and serves as Lead Sponsor for our June Workshop alumni programs. We are grateful to Santander Universities for giving us the opportunity to develop the Workshop and for their encouragement to continue to innovate as we strengthen the network and diversity the programs available to build on the Workshop’s early success.

Santander Universities was created by Banco Santander on the conviction that the best way of contributing to growth and economic and social process is by backing the higher education and research system. Banco Santander’s commitment to progress finds its expression in the Santander Universities Global Division, whose activities form the backbone of the bank’s social action and enable it to maintain a stable alliance with the academic world in Latin America, China, United States of America, Spain, Morocco, Portugal, United Kingdom, Germany, Poland, Singapore, and Russia. Santander Universities Global Division, a team of more than 2,100 professionals distributed across 17 countries, coordinates and manages Banco Santander’s commitment to higher education. Between 1997 and 2012, Banco Santander channeled $1 billion into sponsorship of academic, research and technological projects in support of higher education. There are now over 1,000 academic institutions receiving support from Banco Santander for the development of academics initiatives including Harvard University and the IGLP. Santander is the Lead Sponsor of our Conference and Colloquium.


The Real Colegio Complutense is a non-profit organization established in 1990 by Complutense University of Madrid, Spain in order to foster scholarly and scientific exchange between Harvard University and Spanish universities and institutions.

J&A Garrigues, S.L.P. is one of the longest established law firms in Spain. During the second half of the twentieth century, J&A Garrigues was a central pillar of the Spanish legal profession and was routinely consulted on all key reforms to Spanish law, particularly during the country’s transition to democracy. Playing key roles in the development of the country and its laws ensured that Garrigues became one of the most knowledgeable and respected law firms in Spain.

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton L.L.P. is a leading international law firm with 12 offices located in major financial centers around the world, which has helped shape the globalization of the legal profession for more than 60 years. Their worldwide practice has a proven track record for innovation and providing work of the highest quality to meet the needs of our domestic and international clients. In recognition of the firm’s strong global practice, its effectiveness in dealing with the different business cultures of the countries in which it operates, and its success in multiple jurisdictions, Cleary Gottlieb received Chambers & Partners’ inaugural International Law Firm of the Year award.


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