Archives: Finalist

Raphael Lorenzo Aguiling Pangalangan

Raphael Lorenzo Aguiling Pangalangan is a Lecturer with the University of the Philippines and is currently completing his Master of Studies in International Human Rights Law with the University of Oxford. He earned his Graduate Diploma in Advanced Studies in Human Rights and Humanitarian Law from the American University Washington College of Law (2017), his …

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Matthew S. Erie

Matthew S. Erie is an Associate Professor of Modern Chinese Studies and Associate Research Fellow of the Socio-Legal Studies Centre at the University of Oxford. Erie’s interdisciplinary work stimulates conversations between law and anthropology. His current research, funded by a European Research Council Starting Grant, examines China’s approach to law and development outside China. Erie …

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Michelle Miao

Michelle Miao is an Assistant Professor of Law, the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and the Deputy Director of Centre of Rights and Justice in CUHK Law. She teaches in the areas of criminal law and Chinese legal system. Among her research interests are the intersections between the domains of criminology, human rights, socio-legal …

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Alfitri

Alfitri is a senior lecturer of Faculty of Shariah and Law, IAIN Samarinda. He is a socio-legal scholar with formal training in Islamic law. He obtained LL.B. (Shariah) and M.A. Islamic Law from UIN Sunan Kalijaga, LL.M. from the University of Melbourne, and Ph.D. Law from the University of Washington, where he was a Fulbright …

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He Xiangbai

He Xiangbai is an Associate Professor at Kenneth Wang School of Law, Soochow University, where he  teaches and researches on Chinese environmental law and climate change law. He received his Masters degree from Research Institute of Environmental Law, Wuhan University (China) in 2010 and his PhD degree from Western Sydney University (Australia) in 2014. He …

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Ghazaleh Faridzadeh

Ghazaleh Faridzadeh is currently Assistant Professor of Public Law and Legal Philosophy at the Family Institute of the Shahid Beheshti University in Tehran. Prior to that, she was a Senior Research Fellow at the Max-Planck-Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law in Heidelberg. She obtained her doctoral degree in “Public Law and Fundamentals …

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Yang Liu

Yang Liu is a designated Assistant Professor of Law at Renmin University in Beijing, China. He holds a SJD degree from UCLA and a LLM from Harvard. He writes on theory of international law and international courts, and has been invited to present in more than twenty international fora in eleven countries, such as Harvard, …

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Kai-Ping Su

Kai-Ping Su is an Assistant Professor at National Taiwan University, College of Law. His research focuses on criminal procedure and court reform in Taiwan, China, and the U.S., with an emphasis on the use of empirical research and comparative methods to inform legal policy. His recent publications have appeared in the Berkeley Journal of Criminal …

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Jony Mainaly

Jony Mainaly is a lawyer, academic, and legal researcher with focus on environmental law, human rights, and climate change law and policy. She earned her LL.M. degree from Duke University School of Law under Fulbright Scholarship. Currently, she is a lecturer (environmental law) at National Law College, Tribhuvan University, Nepal. Jony Mainaly has also worked …

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Wendy Ng

Wendy Ng is a Senior Lecturer at Melbourne Law School. She researches on competition law, focusing on China and ASEAN, international and comparative law, and political economy issues. Her book, ‘The Political Economy of Competition Law in China’, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2018. She has worked with the Australian Competition and Consumer …

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