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  • Dominique Allen, Monash University

    source: Monash University

    Senior lecturer at the Monasch University (Melbourne, Australia). Her field of specialisation is anti-discrimination law, equality, employment law, alternative dispute resolution law, human rights law.

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  • Mark Bell, Trinity College Dublin

    source: Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

    Mark Bell is Regius Professor of Laws since 2015 and a Fellow of Trinity College Dublin. Prior to his appointment at Trinity, he was a professor at the School of Law, University of Leicester, where he was also Head of the School of Law (2011-2014).
    His areas of research is equality, employment law. He is the author of Racism and Equality in the European Union (OUP, 2008) and Anti-Discrimination Law and the European Union (OUP, 2002). He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Irish Centre for European Law; the committee of the Employment Law Association of Ireland; and the Berkeley Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law Study Group. In 2015, he was a Senior Expert on Disability for the European Commission's Network of Legal Experts in Gender Equality and Non-Discrimination. Since 2010, he has been working with the International Labour Organisation on several projects, including the preparation of a guide for employers on providing reasonable accommodation.

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  • Władysław Czapliński, Polish Academy of Sciences

    source: The Centre for Europe at the University of Warsaw

    Władysław Czapliński is a Professor of Law at The Polish Academy of Law as well as at the Centre for Europe at the University of Warsaw. He also chairs the International Law Centre at the European School of Law and Administration in Warsaw. Prof. Czapliński's areas of research is international law as well as European Union law. He is an Editor-in-Chief of the Polish Yearbook of International Law.

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  • Lech Garlicki, University of Warsaw

    source: The University of Warsaw

    Lech Garlicki is a Professor of Law. He has worked at the Warsaw University since 1968, and since 1987 as full professor. He was member of the Warsaw Bar from 1980-1993, judge of the Constitutional Court of Poland from 1993-2001, and judge of the European Court of Human Right from 2002-2012. He was president of the fourth Section in 2011-2012. Prof. Garlicki lectured at numerous universities in Europe, the United States, Israel, Japan, China and Hong Kong. He is author or editor of over 300 publications in different languages, including a five-volume Commentary to the 1997 Constitution of Poland and two-volume Commentary to the European Convention on Human Rights. Prof. Garlicki is one of the Founding Members of the European Law Institute, a non-profit organisation that conducts research, makes recommendations and provides practical guidance in the field of European legal development with a goal of enhancing the European legal integration.

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  • Christoph Grabenwarter, WU Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien Institut für Europarecht und Internationales Recht

    source: Institute for European and International Law

    Prof. Christoph Grabenwarter is a Deputy Head of the Institute for European and International Law in Vienna. His field of research is European constitutional and administrative law, European and International human rights protection, constitutional justice and mass media law.

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  • Christophe Hillion, Leiden University

    Source: University of Leiden

    Christophe Hillion is Professor of European Law at Law School, University of Leiden (2005-) as well as at Faculty of Law, University of Stockholm. He is also a Senior Researcher, Swedish Institute of European Policy Studies where he focuses on research on EU external relations, neighbourhood, enlargement, constitutional and administrative law. Professor Hillion is an Associated Scholar at the Centre for European Legal Studies, Cambridge. Consultant on EU external relations and constitutional law, to e.g. UK Cabinet Office (2002-03), UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (2007-), Swedish International Development Agency (2007-), Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2007-), authorities of Northern Cyprus (2008), Council of Europe (2008). Co-founder/member, Centre for the Law of EU External Relations, T.M.C. Asser Institute, The Hague (2008-)
    He is a co-founder/member of Wider Europe Network: Research network on EU relations with East-European Neighbours, Sussex European Institute, Aston University Birmingham, Leiden Europa Institute as well as member of editorial board: Common Market Law Review, European Foreign Affairs Review, Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, Ukrainian Journal of European Legal Studies.
    Occasional lecturer at various European universities (Bibó István - Budapest, Copenhagen, Cambridge, Donetsk, Durham, Ghent, Gothenburg, Leiden, Lódz, London, Moscow, Nottingham, Prague, Sussex, Tallinn, Warsaw), institutes (College of Europe – Bruges/Natolin; European University Institute - Florence) and for the EU external relations programmes of the European Law Academy (Trier)

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  • Matthias Mahlmann, University of Zurich

    source: the University of Zurich

    Professor Mahlmann is a Chair of Philosophy and Theory of Law, Legal Sociology and International Public Law at the University of Zurich. Visiting Professor at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem and Georgetown University Law Center, Washington D.C. Since 2002 member of the European Network of Legal Experts in Gender Equality and Non-Discrimination (formerly: European Network of Independent Experts in the Field of Non-Discrimination). Since 2013 he holds a position of president of the Swiss Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy.

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  • Justyna Maliszewska-Nienartowicz, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun

    source: Nicolaus Copernicus University

    Prof. dr hab. Justyna Maliszewska-Nienartowicz is a lawyer specialising in the European Union law. She is the head of the Department of International and European Law at the Faculty of Political Sciences and International Studies at Nicolaus Copernicus University.
    She has participated in more than 30 conferences, including 12 international conferences (e.g. in Budapest, Brussels, Brno, Strasbourg, Birmingham, Bergen, Rome). She has also conducted her research abroad during scholarships in Utrecht, Hull and Oxford.
    She is a member of the Editorial Board of the European Judicial Review (Europejski Przegląd Sądowy) and International Editorial Board of the Quarterly Journal of Law and Social Sciences, issued at J. J. Strossmayer University in Osijek (Croatia).
    She has prepared expertises for European Commission and Polish Society of Anti-Discrimination Law concerning indirect discrimination.
    Her research interests concentrate on issues related to the legal order of the European Union, in particular connected with the general principles of law; forms of discrimination in the law of the European Union and its Member States; judicial cooperation in civil matters in the EU; consumer protection policy and various aspects of the functioning of the EU internal market.

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  • Susanna Mancini, University of Bologna

    source: University of Bologna

    Professor Susanna Mancini holds the Chair of Comparative Constitutional Law at the University of Bologna School of Law. She is also affiliated to the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University, and she is a recurrent visiting professor at the Central European University (Budapest) and the Cardozo School of Law (New York City). She has taught at the Fordham School of Law (New York City), at the Toulouse School of Law (France) and at the Radyzner School of Law of the Interdisciplinary Center (Israel). Professor Mancini is the Italian member of the Executive Committee of the International Association of Constitutional Law and she served as the chair of the program committee for the World Congress of Constitutional Law (Oslo, 2014).
    Prof. Mancini's fields of research is the intersectionality of law and culture, law and religion, gender and the law, reproductive rights, multiculturalism, the multilevel protection of fundamental rights, federalism and secession.

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  • Franz Mayer, Universität Bielefeld

    Source: University of Belefield

    Franz C. Mayer is a professor of law at the University of Bielefeld, Chair of Public Law, European Law and Public International Law, Comparative Law, Law & Politics. Main areas of his research are Public Law (in particular German and Comparative Constitutional Law); Europeanisation and Internationalisation of Public Law (Constitutional and Administrative Law); Immigration Law; Cyberspace Law; European integration (European Constitutional Law, EU Law and the EU political system)l; Public International Law, International Relations; Comparative Law; Law & Politics (in particular constitutional politics and European and international politics); German and European sports and football law

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  • Dawid Miąsik, Polish Academy of Sciences

    source: Polish Academy of Sciences

    Dawid Miąsik is a Professor of law at the Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences (INP PAN). He is also a judge of the Supreme Court, Labour Law, Social Security and Public Affairs Chamber. He has published extensively on competition law, the judicial application of European Union law and the functioning of the internal market.

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  • Karon Monaghan, QC

    source: matrix chambers

    Karon Monaghan QC is an advocate at Matrix Law which is a barristers' chambers located in London and Geneva. They are a group of independent and specialist lawyers who work in a wide range of areas of law. We work throughout the UK and have extensive experience internationally. Karon Monaghan QC practises principally in the fields of equality and discrimination law, human rights and EU law. Her work spans the fields of employment law, civil actions, judicial review and inquests. She has appeared in numerous cases at appellate level, including in the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court and (on references under Art 267, TFEU) in the CJEU.
    She also undertakes advisory work for public bodies and NGOs. Karon Monaghan QC is an A-Panel member of the Equality and Human Rights Commission's Panel of Preferred Counsel. Karon acted as Special Adviser to the House of Commons Business, Innovation and Skills Committee for their Inquiry on Women in the Workplace (2013-14). She also acted as adviser to the Government's Women and Equality Unit on the "Discrimination Law Review" (2006) which led to the Equality Act 2010. She was Special Adviser to the Treasury Select Committee for their Inquiry on Women in the City (2009/10). She was appointed by the Commission for the Compact to undertake an independent legal analysis and review of the Compact's BME Code (2008) and she was a member of the Fawcett Society's Commission on Women in the Criminal Justice System (2003-9).

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  • Mathias Möschel, Central European University

    Source: Central European University

    Mathias Möschel is a Professor Law at the Central European University, Budapest. Mathias Möschel's research, teaching and publications fall broadly in the field of comparative (constitutional) law, international human rights law and non-discrimination law, mainly from a critical race theory and gender perspective. Prior to coming to CEU, Mathias held research and teaching positions at University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Defense, New York University and at the Institut de Droit Compare of University of Paris II (Pantheon-Assas). He has also worked at the European Commission and as an attorney in a California (Silicon Valley) law firm. Besides his academic qualifications, Mathias is also admitted to the New York Bar.

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  • Ann Numhauser-Henning, Lund University

    source: Lund University

    Ann Numhauser-Henning started out her research career in 1984 with her doctoral thesis in Private Law (Labour Law) - Temporary Employment: A Critical Study of the Swedish Regulations governing Categories of Employment and their Functions. 1992-1994 Numhauser-Henning organised the Feminist Legal Seminar Series at the Law Faculty. Since the early nineties, she specialises in labour law, with an emphasis on flexibilisation of work and discrimination in employment. Guided by her markedly internationally orientation from the start of her career, Numhauser-Henning held a number of prestigious assignments as international Swedish rapporteur to important international congresses. She was involved in research cooperation with Chile, Spain and Japan, resulting in a number of English, Spanish and Swedish publications. She has thus extensive experience of interdisciplinary and international cooperation and has published widely in monographs, edited volumes and international and national journals.

    In 1996, Numhauser-Henning initiated the Norma Research Programme at the Law Faculty (Norma is an acronym for 'Normative Development within the Social Dimension, Studies on the Normative Patterns and Their Development in the Legal Regulation of Employment, Housing, Family and Social Security from a European Integration Perspective').

    In 2012 Numhauser-Henning initiated the Norma Elder Law Research Environment as part of the Norma Research Programme ( The Elder Law Research Environment now encompasses about 15 researchers and a broad range of legal perspectives on ageing. In this research environment different aspects of the legal conditions of ageing are studied in depth and on a long-term basis in order to merge into a deeper body of knowledge about ageing people's legal position in society with a focus on national and EU law, but also in a comparative setting. Within this research environment she has lately published widely in the form of edited volumes, book chapters and journal articles such as 'Age Discrimination and Labour Law, Comparative and Conceptual Perspectives in the EU and Beyond', Kluwer Law International, together with Mia Rönnmar, and 'Elder Law: Evolving European Perspectives', Elgar Publishing 2016 (forthcoming).

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  • Ruth Rubio-Marin, European University Institute

    source: European University Institute

    Ruth Rubio Marín is Professor of Constitutional and Public Comparative Law at the EUI. Previously, she was Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Seville and member of the Hauser Global Law School at the New York University. A graduate of the EUI's Law Department, she has held teaching and research positions at, among others, Princeton University, Queen's University and Columbia University. Her primary research areas are constitutional law, immigration and nationality law, law and gender, antidiscrimination law, transitional justice and minority rights. Her publications include The Gender of Reparations: Subverting Sexual Hierarchies while Redressing Human Rights Violations, and Migration and Human Rights. She is currently working on the book The Disestablishment of Gender in the New Millennium Constitutionalism.

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  • Simon Rice, Australian National University

    source: Australian National University

    Professor Simon Rice has worked and researched extensively in anti-discrimination law, human rights and access to justice issues. After a period in private commercial practice he worked at Redfern Legal Centre in Sydney and co-founded Macarthur Legal Centre. He was Director of Kingsford Legal Centre while director of clinical legal education programs at the University of NSW. He has been a board member of Macarthur Legal Centre, Redfern Legal Centre, Redfern Legal Centre Publishing, the Communications Law Centre, the Disability Discrimination Legal Centre, the Intellectual Disability Rights Centre, and the ACT Welfare Rights and Legal Centre. In 1989-95 he was a lecturer in the UNSW Law Faculty and director of clinical programs, and in 2000-01 he taught at Sydney University Law Faculty. He was a senior lecturer in Law at Macquarie University from 2005-07.
    He has practised extensively in poverty law in community legal centres, particularly anti-discrimination law. In Australia and internationally he has trained and advised a wide range of businesses, agencies and NGOs in human rights and anti-discrimination law, and has consulted to NGOs on organisational management and strategic planning. In 2002 he was awarded a Medal in the Order of Australia for legal services to the economically and socially disadvantaged, and he has received a UNSW Alumni Award. In 2008 he was an invitee to the Australian Government's 2020 Summit.

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  • Isabelle Rorive, The Perelman Centre for Legal Philosophy, Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB)

    source: Centre Perelman de Philosophie du Droit

    Isabelle Rorive is professor at the Law Faculty and at the Institute for European Studies of the ULB (Université libre de Bruxelles) where she teaches comparative law, non-discrimination law, legal methods and contemporary issues in mobilising fundamental rights. Since September 2012, Isabelle Rorive is the director of the Perelman Centre for Legal Philosophy. Her research focuses on theoretical and practical developments of the right to equality and non-discrimination, the migration of legal concepts between common law and civil law systems, the imprint of legal cultures on the development of law and judicial reasoning, and the human rights issues raised by the management of cultural pluralism. As a member of the European Equality Law Network and the Berkeley Comparative Anti-Discrimination Law Study Group Isabelle Rorive pursues many of her research projects in a European or international setting. Recently, she participated in the launching of the Equality Law Clinic (ELC) in the framework of the Human Rights Integration project that she coordinates with Emmanuelle Bribosia at the ULB.

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  • Wojciech Sadurski, Sydney Law School, University of Warsaw

    source: The University of Sydney

    Wojciech Sadurski is Challis Professor in Jurisprudence. He also holds a position of Professor in the Centre for Europe in the University of Warsaw, and was visiting professor (in 2010, 2011 and 2012) at the University of Trento, Italy and in Cardozo Law School in New York. In 2013/2014 he is Straus Fellow and Global Visiting Professor of Law at New York University Law School. In Spring term, 2015, he was Visiting Professor at Yale Law School.
    He was Professor of Legal Theory and Philosophy of Law in the Department of Law, European University Institute in Florence (1999-2009), and served as head of department of Law at the EUI in 2003-2006. He also taught as visiting professor at a number of universities in Europe, Asia and the United States. He has written extensively on philosophy of law, political philosophy and comparative constitutional law.
    Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (elected in 1990), Wojciech Sadurski is member of a number of supervisory or program boards, including the Institute of Public Affairs (Poland), Freedom of Press Observatory (Poland) and the Centre for International Affairs (Poland), and also of editorial boards, including the European Law Journal, Politics, Philosophy and Economics, and Law and Philosophy Library (Springer Scientific). Since 2011, Chairman of the Academic Advisory Board of the Community of Democracies. In 2013, he initiated and has been leading the Myanmar Constitutional Reform Project.

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  • Marek Safjan, University of Warsaw

    source: Court of Justice

    Born 1949; Doctor of Law (University of Warsaw, 1980); habilitated Doctor in Legal Science (University of Warsaw, 1990); Professor of Law (1998); Director of the Civil Law Institute of the University of Warsaw (1992-96); Vice-Rector of the University of Warsaw (1994-97); Secretary-General of the Polish Section of the Henri Capitant Association of Friends of French Legal Culture (1994-98); representative of Poland on the Bioethics Committee of the Council of Europe (1991-97); Judge (1997-98), then President (1998-2006), of the Constitutional Court; member (since 1994) and Vice-President (since 2010) of the International Academy of Comparative Law, member of the International Association of Law, Ethics and Science (since 1995), member of the Helsinki Committee in Poland; member of the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences; Pro Merito Medal conferred by the Secretary-General of the Council of Europe (2007); author of a very large number of publications in the fields of civil law, medical law and European law; Doctor honoris causa of the European University Institute (2012); Judge at the Court of Justice since 7 October 2009.

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  • Dagmar Schiek, Queen’s University Belfast

    source: Queen's University of Belfast

    Dagmar Schiek is Professor of Law with a focus on European Union Law, Comparative Law and Labour Law. She holds a PhD from the University of Hamburg (1992), on the basis of a thesis asking the question "Is lifting the ban on women's nightwork in Europe a straight road to equality?". She has been granted the venia legend (authority to teach) in German and European Civil and Labour Law by University of Bremen (1999). This was on the basis of her Habilitation thesis on "Justice Differentiated? Protection against Discrimination in Contract Law" (published in German by Nomos publishers, 2000) and her inauguration lecture on "A sustainable legal frame for e-commerce" (not published).

    Before joining Queen's, Dagmar held the Chair in EU Law at University of Leeds (Britain) from August 2007 to October 2014, where she also was Director of the Centre of European Law and Legal Studies (which is now dissolved). She has been Professor of European Economic Law at Carl-von-Ossietzky-Universität Oldenburg (Germany, 10/1999-7/2007), where she was also the Director of the Hanse Law School (2002-2007) and one of altogether five deans of student education (2002-2006). Before becoming a professor she was Associate Professor of Civil and Labour Law at Bremen University (11/1993-9/1999), and lecturer for civil and labour law at Bundeswehruniversität Hamburg (7/1989-2/1990). She has also been visiting faculty at the Universities of the London School of Economics (Britain), Maastricht (The Netherlands), Ulster University (Northern Ireland), Hamburg and Gießen (both Germany). From 1990 to 1993 she advised German states governments in Berlin and Hessen on constitutional, employment and equality law and drafted these states anti-discrimination legislation.
    Her current research in European Union Law and Comparative Law with specific expertise in labour law straddles two fields. First, she develops a critical legal studies perspective on the EU's unique socio-economic model, its impact on global governance and the interrelation of economic integration within the EU and Europe's societies. Second, she is an internationally acknowledged expert in European Union antidiscrimination law and policy.

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