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MemberJames Hand

…Reader in Law…
…ith Bernard Davis & Charles Barker) (2015) Commonwealth Law Bulletin. 41, 1, p. 3-28

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James Hand is a legal academic at Portsmouth Law School, Faculty of Business and Law, University of Portsmouth.  His interests are predominantly related to discrimination law, but other research interests include constitutional reform (particularly reform of the House of Lords on which he has published a several pieces) and aspects of tort law (his article on the compensation culture has been cited in a number of journal articles and textbooks as well as in the Hamlyn Law Lectures (2010) and the Master of the Rolls’s Holdsworth Lecture (2012)).

MemberBashar H. Malkawi

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Member, Law and Development Institute, United States (2018-present).
 
Research Associate, Economic Rese…
…Dean And Professor Of Law…
… Doctor, S.J.D), American University, Washington College of Law, Washington, D.C, August 2005.
 
Master of Laws (…
…press 2018).*
 

3)  Parallel Imports, Trademarks Law, and Agency Regulations: Legal Uncertainty in UAE Jurisp…

  Bashar H. Malkawi is Dean and Professor of Law at University of Sharjah. He received his S.J.D from American University, Washington College of Law, and LLM in International Trade Law from University of Arizona. His academic career has traversed both business and law schools, teaching a variety of business law courses in Jordan, UAE, Italy, and United States . His research agenda focuses on the role of the World Trade Organization, regional trade agreements, Arab economic integration, with specific projects examining Arab countries’ participation in the WTO dispute settlement mechanism, and business law (broadly conceived).       

MemberJohn Witte, Jr.

…Robert W. Woodruff University Professor of Law; McDonald Distinguished Professor; and Director of the Center for the Stu…
…Emory Law School…

John Witte, Jr., JD (Harvard); Dr. Theol. h.c. (Heidelberg), is Robert W. Woodruff University Professor of Law, McDonald Distinguished Professor, and Director of the Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University. A leading specialist in legal history, human rights, religious freedom, marriage and family law, and law and religion, he has published over 250 articles, 17 journal symposia, and 32 books. 

MemberMonica Lopez Lerma

…y of Michigan, US.
2004             D.E.A. in Law, Department of Moral and Political Philosophy of Law,  …
… through Contemporary Spanish Cinema: Aesthetics, Politics, Law (to be published by Edinburgh University Press).
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Monica is an Assistant Professor of Spanish and Humanities at Reed College. She received a PhD in Comparative Literature and a Graduate Certificate in Film Studies from the University of Michigan. She also holds a Law degree from the University of Valencia (Spain) and a LL.M. in Jurisprudence from the European Academy of Legal Theory (Belgium). At Reed she teaches a variety of interdisciplinary courses in film theory, law and violence, justice and the senses, and cinema and human rights. She has also taught at the School of International Relations of the Kyrgyz State National University and at the Faculty of Law of the University of Helsinki.   Her research interests include contemporary Spanish film and literature, with particular emphasis on film theory, gender, aesthetics, and cultural and theoretical aspects of law. Her work has appeared in Revue Interdisciplinaire d’Etudes Juridiques, Conserveries Mémorielles, Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal, Política Común, Nordic Journal of Law and Social Research, as well as in various edited volumes. She is the co-editor of Rancière and Law (Routledge, 2018) and is currently finishing a monograph entitled Sensing Justice through Contemporary Spanish Cinema: Aesthetics, Politics, Law (to be published by Edinburgh University Press). She was co-editor in chief of the journal No Foundations: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Law and Justice from 2012 to 2017.