Schindler Junior Scholars

 

The Institute for International and Comparative Constitutional Law has launched a programme for the promotion of excellent doctoral and post-doctoral researchers in the fields of international, European and comparative constitutional law. The core of the programme consists of two workshops per semester that are devoted to the discussion of the Junior Scholars’ research projects as well as academic publications. The workshops will be directed by the respective Dietrich Schindler Lecturer and a member of the Institute. The programme lasts one year and is meant to foster the academic exchange with internationally renowned experts in the field.

 

Schindler Junior Scholars 2022-2023

JSP

 

We are delighted that Prof. Anne Orford (Melbourne) and Prof. Samuel Moyn (Yale) have agreed to be Schindler Lecturers for the academic year 2022/23.

 

This year's Junior Scholars are Marisa Beier, Nula Frei, Laia Guardiola, Lizaveta Tarasevich. Congratulations!

 

Marisa Beier

Marisa Beier

Studies at the University of Fribourg and University of Stockholm; dissertation project on “The Importance of the Human Right to Adequate Housing in Switzerland” within the University Research Priority Program (URPP) Equality of Opportunity at the University of Zurich

 

Nula Frei

Nula Frei

Studies at the Universities of Zurich, Bern and Lille. PhD from the University of Bern with a study on the implementation of the international law on the protection of victims of human trafficking in Swiss asylum procedure (book „Menschenhandel und Asyl“, Nomos 2018). Research stays at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg, and at the University of Giessen. Habilitation project on the principle of equality in the information age. Senior lecturer and researcher at the Institute for European Law at the University of Fribourg.

 

Laia Guardiola

Laia Guardiola

Studies at the Universities of Zurich and Oxford; research stay at the University College London; dissertation project on "Equivalence in the EU’s External Environmental Action"; Research und Teaching Fellow at the Institute for International Law and Comparative Constitutional Law

 

Lizaveta Tarasevich

Lizaveta Tarasevich

Studies at the University of Geneva, Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights (LL.M) and Belarusian State University; dissertation project "Non-State Armed Groups and Formation of Customary International Humanitarian Law"; currently working as teaching and research assistant in International Humanitarian Law at the University of Geneva

 

Schindler Junior Scholars 2021-2022

JSP

 

We are delighted that Prof. Bernhard Schlink (Berlin) and Prof. Oona Hathaway (Yale) have agreed to be Schindler Lecturers for the academic year 2021/22.

This year's Junior Scholars are Julia Meier, Monika Plozza, Daniel Quiroga-Villamarín and Nils Reimann. Congratulations!

 

 

 

Julia Meier

Studies at the University of Zurich, the University of Lausanne and at the Hong Kong University (LL.M.); research stay at the Max-Planck-Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg; Doc.CH-dissertation project on the function of the concept of 'mandatory provisions of international law' in the Federal Constitution

Monika Plozza

Studies at the University of Lucerne and the University of Edinburgh; dissertation project on "The Human Right to Science"; currently working as teaching and research assistant at the University of Lucerne in the fields of public law and international law

Daniel Quiroga-Villamarín

Studies at the Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá and at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva (IHEID); Doc.CH-dissertation project on "Architects of the Better World’: The Birth of the International Conference Complex (1918-1998)"

Nils Reimann

Studies at the Universities of Zurich and Hamburg; research stays at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and at the University College London; dissertation project on "Foreign Electoral Interference: Normative Implications in Light of International Law, Human Rights and Democratic Theory"; teaching and research assistant in public law at the University of Zurich

Schindler Junior Scholars 2020-2021

 

- Ana Luísa Bernardino

- Aliénor Nina Burghartz

- Anna Forgacs

- Leo Tiberghien

 

Schindler Junior Scholars 2019-2020

 

- Katja Achermann

- Odile Ammann

- Damian Cueni

- Florian Weber