University of Auckland
The University of Auckland
Bosselmann has been teaching in the areas of public international law, European
law, constitutional law, jurisprudence and comparative and international
environmental law. His research focus is on the conceptual and international
dimensions of environmental law and governance. He is particularly interested
in sustainability ethics with respect to climate change, biodiversity, justice,
human rights, legislation, democracy and international law.
Klaus has been the Director of the New Zealand Centre for Environmental Law since its establishment in 1999. As Chair of the Ethics Specialist Group of the IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law, he currently coordinates a number of international research collaborations in the area of sustainability law and governance. Klaus also has an active role in projects and annual conferences of the Global Ecological Integrity Group and several other professional networks. He has authored or edited 25 books on environmental law, political ecology, and sustainability law and governance;his numerous articles appeared in many of the world's leading law journals. In 2009, he was the Inaugural Winner of the Senior Scholarship Prize of the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law, the global body of environmental law scholars.
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Bosselmann, K. (2015). Earth Governance: Trusteeship of the Global Commons. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. Pages: 316.
- Bosselmann, K. (2015). National Strategies for Sustainability: Options for New Zealand. Auckland: New Zealand Centre for Environmental Law University of Auckland. Pages: 183.
- Bosselmann, K., Westra, L., & Soskolne, C. (Eds.) (2011). Globalisation and Ecological Integrity in Science and International Law. Cambridge/UK: Cambridge Scholars Publ. Pages: 420.
- Bosselmann, K., Engel, R., & Westra, L. (Eds.) (2010). Democracy, Ecological Integrity and International Law. Cambridge/UK: Cambridge Scholars. Pages: 520.
- Bosselmann, K., Fogel, K., & Ruhl, J. B. (Eds.) (2010). The Law and Politics of Sustainability, Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability vol. 3. Gt. Barrington/USA: Berkshire. Pages: 512.
- Bosselmann, K. (2010). Towards Multilevel Governance for Sustainability: Trends and Challenges. Auckland, N.Z.: Auckland University Europe Institute Research Series. Pages: 72.
- Bosselmann, K., & Engel, R. (2010). The Earth Charter. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: KIT Publishers. Pages: 275.
- Bosselmann, K., & Tava, K. (Eds.) (2010). Water Rights and Sustainability. Auckland/NZ: NZCEL Monograph Series. Pages: 145.
ESADE Law School
Av. de Pedralbes, 60-62
Antonio Delgado began his career as a telecommunications lawyer during the liberalisation of the sector. He assumed various responsibilities in the AUNA group and later at ONO, where he took charge of consultancy for the Territorial Delegation in Catalonia and Aragon. In 2007, he joined the Electronic Banking and New Technologies Area at 'la Caixa' as a specialist in the field, and in 2009 went on to take charge of Legal Services at Hospital Clínic in Barcelona. Here he became especially involved in legal consultancy related with innovation development and, in particular, with the transfer of research findings.After attaining his Law degree, Antonio began his relationship with ESADE in 2000, lecturing in Business Law. Since then he has lectured on undergraduate degree programmes in Law and Management and on MBA and other specialised courses on the creative and cultural industries;an activity that he has always combined with his legal practice. He joined ESADE as a full-time faculty member in 2012. He is currently completing his doctoral thesis in the field of intellectual property. Antonio believes that effective regulation of intangible assets is needed (intellectual property) to encourage an economic balance between new business models and society's access to these goods, and this is the object of his research.
University of Toronto
Faculty of Law
Markus D. Dubber, B.A. (Harvard) 1988, J.D. (Stanford) 1991, is Professor of Law at the University of Toronto. Much of Markus's scholarship has focused on theoretical, comparative, and historical aspects of criminal law. He has published, as author or editor, eighteen books as well as over seventy papers;his work has appeared in English and German, and has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Italian, Korean, Persian, and Spanish. His publications include Criminal Law: A Comparative Approach (with Tatjana Hörnle) (2014);Oxford Handbook of Criminal Law (with Tatjana Hörnle) (2014);Foundational Texts in Modern Criminal Law (2014); The New Police Science: The Police Power in Domestic and International Governance (with Mariana Valverde) (2006);The Police Power: Patriarchy and the Foundations of American Government (2005);and Victims in the War on Crime (2002). For many years, Markus taught at SUNY Buffalo, where he launched the Buffalo Criminal Law Center and the Buffalo Criminal Law Review (now New Criminal Law Review). He is founding editor-in-chief of Oxford Handbooks Online (Law), Critical Perspectives on Law and Crime (Stanford), and the online open-access journal Critical Analysis of Law (with Simon Stern). These days he spends much of his time at the CAL Lab. Current projects include, against the advice of his personal physician, two additional handbooks (on legal history) for Oxford University Press.
Prof. Daphna Lewinsohn-Zamir (LL.B., cum laude, 1986;LL.D. (Doctor of Law), summa cum laude, 1994) is Louis Marshall Professor of Environmental Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her fields of interest are property law and theory, law and normative ethics, law and economics, behavioral law and economics, and experimental legal studies.
Lewinsohn-Zamir has clerked for Justice Dov Levin of the Israeli Supreme Court.
She has received numerous awards and prizes, including the Hebrew University
President's Prize for the Excellent Young Scholar, the Fulbright Scholarship
and the Rothschild Fellowship. She has been a Visiting Researcher at Harvard
Law School, a Visiting Scholar at Yale Law School, a Global Visiting Professor
at NYU Law School and a Visiting Professor at Georgetown Law Center and the
Center for Transnational Legal Studies in London.
The Importance of Being Earnest: Two Notions of Internalization, 65 University of Toronto Law Journal 37 (2015).
Do the Right Thing: Indirect Remedies in Private Law, 94 Boston University Law Review 55 (2014).
Can't Buy me Love: Monetary versus In-Kind Remedies, 2013 University of Illinois Law Review 151.
Identifying Intense Preferences, 94Cornell Law Review 1391 (2009).
In Defense of Redistribution Through Private Law, 91 Minnesota Law Review 326 (2006).
The Objectivity of Well-Being and the Objectives of Property Law, 78 New York University Law Review 1669 (2003).
The Choice between Property Rules and Liability Rules Revisited: Critical Observations from Behavioral Studies, 80 Texas Law Review 219 (2001).
Consumer Preferences, Citizen Preferences and the Provision of Public Goods, 108 Yale Law Journal 377 (1998).
University of Fribourg
Av. de Beauregard 13
René Pahud de Mortanges is Professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, where he teaches legal history, state-religion relationships, religious laws and constitutional law. He also serves as Director of the Institute of Law and Religion and as Co-Director of the Center of Islam and Society, both at the University of Fribourg. Furthermore he is Research Fellow at Renmin University in Bejing and Guest Professor at ECUPL in Shanghai.
René also serves as a counselor of state authorities and churches. In his over 100 publications he deals with a large variety of historical topics, state-religion questions in Switzerland, Europe and Asia and with legal questions within the internal catholic and protestant law. He is editor of the collections Freiburger Veröffentlichungen zum Religionsrecht and Europäische Rechts- und Regionalgeschichte.
Religion and the Secular State in Switzerland, in: Javier Martinez-Torron/W. Cole Durham Jr. (Ed.), Religion and the Secular State. National reports, Madrid 2015, p. 720-735.
Article « Switzerland » in : Gerhard Robbers/W. Cole Durjam Jr.(Ed.). The Encyclopaedia of Law and Religion, Leiden 2016 (together with Raimund Süess)
Zwischen religiöser Pluralisierung und Säkularisierung. Aktuelle Entwicklungen bei der staatlichen Anerkennung von Religionsgemeinschaften, in: Religion, Liberalität und Rechtsstaat. Ein offenes Spannungsverhältnis, hrsg. von Gerhard Schwarz/Beat Sitter-Liver/Adrian Holderegger/Brigitte Tag, Zürich 2015, S.225-237.
Religion im schulischen Unterricht. Die rechtlichen Grundlagen, in: Sophia Bietenhard/Dominik Helbling/Kuno Schmid (Hrsg.), Ethik, Religion, Gemeinschaft. Ein Studienbuch, Bern 2015, S. 78-84, zusammen mit Raimund Süess.
Kommentar zu Art. 15 BV (Religionsfreiheit) in: Basler Kommentar zur Bundesverfassung, hrsg. von Bernhard Waldmann/Eva Maria Belser/Astrid Epiney, Basel 2015, S. 328-356
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University of Torino
Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza
Full Professor of Criminal Procedural Law
Criminal and civil procedural law of the EU (English), Criminal procedural law (Italian); Judicial cooperation in criminal matters (Italian); Law of the enforcement of criminal decisions (Italian).
Recent international teaching experiences:
June2016: visiting professor, FGV Dereito, Sao Paulo, Brasil (course: Society and Law: the Italian experience of "Manipulite").
July 2015: Member, Teaching Board, Law School Global League Summer School, Cape Town, South Africa (course:The Role of Corporations in Human Rights Protection. Anti-Corruption, Compliance and Liability).
A.Y. 2014-2015: faculty member at Center for Transnational Legal Studies, London (Courses of: Comparative Criminal Law; European Human Rights System).
Scientific Boards: Member of the Turin Law Department PhD school. Mentor of several Ph.D. dissertations, also in the international PhD programme with France.
Editorial Boards: Editor of the scientific review "La legislazione penale";co-editor of the series "Legal Studies of International, European and Comparative Criminal Law", for Springer Verlag, Heidelberg.
Rapporteur to many national and international congresses and investigator in either national and international projects.
- (2016) L'altra faccia della medaglia: l'impatto della particolare tenuita' del fatto sul processo penale, in Criminalia, 2016, pp. 225-245
- (2016) Assenza e irreperibilita’, in Enciclopedia del diritto, Annali, vol. IX, Giuffre’, Milano pp. 29-57
- (2016) Right to access to a lawyer in Europe: anything new under the sun?, in Petrova (ed.), Festschrift fuer August Nacke, Plovdiv University Press, pp. 270-296
- (2016) The Role of Compliance Programs in Italian Counter-Corruption Policies, in JOURNAL OF CIVIL & LEGAL SCIENCES, DIOI: 10.4172/2169-0170.1000185
- (2015) The Right to Information in EU Legislation, in Ruggeri S. (ed.), Human Rights in European Criminal Law, Springer, pp. 81-93
- (2015) Un faticoso assetto intertemporale, in La legislazione penale, pp. 669-675
- (2015) Deflazione e razionalizzazione del sistema: la ricetta della particolare tenuità dell’offesa, in Processo penale e giustizia, pp. 159-171
- (2015) Tenuità del fatto: genesi e metamorfosi di una riforma a lungo attesa, in Daniele, Paulesu (eds.), Strategie di deflazione penale rimodulazione del giudizio in absentia, Giappichelli, 97-131.
Georgetown Law and University of Fribourg
600 New Jersey Avenue N.W.
Professor Franz Werro teaches and researches in different fields of private law, including the law of obligations, European Private Law and Comparative Law at the University of Fribourg and the Georgetown University Law Center. He has been a visiting professor at the Cornell Law School (Ithaca, NY), the Universita degli Studi di Trieste, the Scuola Superiore Santa Anna (Pisa), and at the universities of Geneva, Lausanne, Pau, Bordeaux, Paris I and Tel-Aviv. He has also been teaching for a number of years with the Tulane Summer law program in Paris. In 2009, he was a lecturer at the International University College of Torino and at the Bucerius Law School in Hamburg. During the academic year 2009/2010, he was the academic co-director of the Center for Transnational Leagal Studies, in London. Professor Werro acts as an arbitrator and as a consultant in international commercial disputes. He is on the governing board of a number of Swiss and European Journals and is involved in different projects of continuing legal education in Switzerland. Since 2014, he took the academic co-direction of the American Journal of Comparative Law. He has recently published a treatise on Swiss tort law, a number of essays on the impact of EC law on national private law, and a monograph (with Professor Vernon Palmer) on European Tort Law, which focuses on strict liability and is part of the Common Core project in Torino.
Forthcoming Works and Works in Progress
Franz Werro, Le pouvoir du juge dans l'application du droit, (forthcoming).
Franz Werro & Joseph Page, Protection of Privacy: Some Comparisons, (forthcoming).
2 European Private Law: A Handbook (Franz Werro & Mauro Bussani eds., Bern, Switz.: Stämpfli 2014). [BOOK]
Code des Obligations I (Franz Werro & Luc Thévenoz eds., Basel, Switz.: Helbing Lichtenhahn 2d ed. 2012). [BOOK]
Franz Werro, Le droit des contrats: jurisprudence fédérale choisie et annotée [The Law of Contracts: Select Annotated Federal Jurisprudence] (Berne, Switz.: Stämpfli2012).
Book Chapters and Collected Works
Franz Werro & Eric Mittereder, Products Liability in the European Union: A Story of Unity or Plurality?, in 2 European Private Law: A Handbook 145-178 (Franz Werro & Mauro Bussani eds., Berne, Switz.: Stämpfli2014). [BOOK]
Franz Werro, What Is To Be Gained from Comparative Research and Teaching? Thoughts for an Ideal Agenda, in Cross Border Research and Transnational Teaching Under Lisbon 7-21 (Christine Godt ed., Oijsterweik, Neth.: Wolf Legal Publishers 2013).