The Institute for International and Comparative Constitutional Law has launched a program for the promotion of excellent doctoral and post-doctoral researchers in the fields of international, European and comparative constitutional law. The core of the program 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 program lasts one year and is meant to foster the academic exchange with internationally renowned experts in the field.
For the academic year 2023/24 the application deadline is over. This year’s Schindler Junior Scholars are Anna Laura Elmer, Pranav Ganesan, Carl Jauslin und Ana Srovin Coralli. Congratulations!
Applications for the academic year 2024/25 will be possible after 1 May 2024. All relevant information concerning your application will be posted here.
The Junior Scholars Program is also open to doctoral and post-doctoral researchers from other Swiss universities.
We are delighted that Prof. Georg Nolte (International Court of Justice The Hague/Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) and Prof. Anthea Roberts (Australian National University) have agreed to be Schindler Lecturers for the academic year 2023/24.
This year's Junior Scholars are Anna Laura Elmer, Pranav Ganesan, Carl Jauslin, Ana Srovin Coralli. Congratulations!
Studies at the University of Zurich (UZH); dissertation project with the working title “Verhältnismässigkeit aufenthaltsbeendender Massnahmen bei Jugendlichen und jungen Erwachsenen”; Research and Teaching Fellow at the Institute for International Law and Comparative Constitutional Law at the University of Zurich
Studies at the National Law Institute University in Bhopal, the University of Oxford and the University of Zurich; dissertation project on “The Role of Principles of International Environmental Law in Rights-based Environmental Litigation”; Research and Teaching Fellow at the Institute for International Law and Comparative Constitutional Law at the University of Zurich
Studies at the University of Basel; dissertation project on “Solidarität als Prinzip des Völkerrechts? – Elemente und Dimensionen eines philosophischen und rechtlichen Konzepts”; lawyer at the Federal Office of Justice (Public Law Division, Legislation Projects Unit I, FDJP)
Studies at the University of Ljubljana, the Federal University of Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte and at the Geneva Graduate Institute; dissertation project on “Bringing Perpetrators of Enforced Disappearances to Justice: In the Shoes of the Prosecutors"; Teaching Assistant at the Geneva Graduate Institute
- Ana Luísa Bernardino
- Aliénor Nina Burghartz
- Anna Forgacs
- Leo Tiberghien
- Katja Achermann
- Odile Ammann
- Damian Cueni
- Florian Weber