Archives: Finalist

Trang (Mae) Nguyen

Trang (Mae) Nguyen is the John N. Hazard Fellow in International and Comparative Law at the U.S.-Asia Law Institute, New York University School of Law. She is currently a Visiting Scholar at UC Berkeley School of Law’s Center for the Study of Law and Society. Her research uses mixed empirical methods to study authoritarian legality, …

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Taslima Yasmin

Taslima Yasmin has conducted significant socio-legal researches mainly in the area of human rights with focus on issues such as gender based violence, labor safety, minority rights and child rights. She has published in national and international journals. She completed her LLB and LLM from the University of Dhaka and a consecutive LLM from the …

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Shitong Qiao

Shitong Qiao is Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Hong Kong. He was Global Associate Professor of Law at NYU School of Law (Fall 2017). His doctoral dissertation, “Chinese Small Property: The Co-Evolution of Law and Social Norms,” won the Judge Ralph K. Winter Prize (awarded annually to the best student paper written …

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Shamshad Pasarlay

Shamshad Pasarlay is an Assistant Professor at Herat University School of Law. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Kabul University School of Islamic Law. His LLM and PhD in comparative law are from the University of Washington. He has worked in the Law Library of Congress. Dr Pasarlay’s research interests include comparative constitutional law and …

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Haroun Rahimi

Haroun Rahimi is an Assistant Professor at Herat University, and an adjunct faculty at American University of Afghanistan. Dr Rahimi obtained his BA in Law from Herat University. His LLM and PhD are from University of Washington. Dr Rahimi’s research focuses on economic laws, institutional development, and institutional reform in context of less developed countries. …

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Eugénie Mérieau

Eugénie Mérieau is a postdoctoral fellow under the Chair of Comparative Constitutionalim, University of Göttingen, in Germany, under the supervision of Professor Ran Hirschl. Her PhD dissertation, which examined Thai Constitutionalism, distinguished by several awards, was published in French and is under contract with Hart Publishing for the English version. She was also a Visiting …

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Dian A H Shah

Dian A. H. Shah is an Assistant Professor at the NUS Faculty of Law. She completed her LLM and SJD degrees at Duke University, and prior to that she graduated with an LLB from Warwick University. Her research interests span the fields of law and religion, comparative constitutional law, and human rights, and her work …

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Alan K Koh

Alan K. Koh is a Research Associate at the Centre for Asian Legal Studies, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore. A multilingual Asian jurist, his research focuses on comparative corporate law in Asia with special emphasis on Singapore and Japan. His work is published in journals including the American Journal of Comparative Law, Modern …

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Zhou Chun

Zhou Chun is an Assistant Professor at Zhejiang University Guanghua Law School. Her research focuses on corporate law, securities regulation and comparative corporate governance. She has published in academic journals including the Law Review, Journal of Securities Law and Northern Law Review. Her current research interests include hostile takeover regulation and fiduciary duty in the …

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Hyun Jung Kim

Hyun Jung Kim is an Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Studies at Yonsei University (Republic of Korea). Her main research fields are law of the sea and interrelations between international law and domestic law. She published articles in Korean, English and French. She holds a Doctorate in Law (Summa Cum …

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