SPRING 2012 FacultY
University of Torino
Silvia Ferreri is full professor of Private Comparative law at Turin University (Italy) since 2002. She served previously as full professor of civil law at the University of Piemonte Orientale (1997-2002) and at Ca’ Foscari (Venice) (1996-1997). She was a junior professor at the University of Turin (1992-1996). She has taught comparative law as visiting professor at Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, USA) in 2008. As a member of the International Academy of Comparative Law Silvia Ferreri has been the general reporter to the XVIII International Congress of the Academy at Washington (2010) on the subject of uniformation of law. She is also a member of the Italian Board of the Association Henri Capitant des amis de la culture française. Professor Ferreri has worked as member of the terminology group at the Acquis Group project, sponsored by the EU Commission in order to prepare a future European Code of contract law. Her main fields of interest in law are uniformation of law, sale of goods, interpretation of contract, problems of communication across languages (false friends and pitfalls in legal drafting). Publications in English and French have been published by Revue internationale de droit comparé, Sellier, Kluwer international, Staempfli, Mohr Siebeck, Editions Thémis.
Articles recently published in foreign languages:
- Le juge national visant l’interprétation d’un contrat international, in Revue internationale de droit comparé, 2001, n.1, vol. 53, pp. 29-60 ;
- The Interpretation of Contracts from a European Perspective, in H. Schulte Nölke and R. Schulze (cur.), Consumer Protection and Information Requirements in European Community Law, Mohr Siebeck, Tubingen, 2003, 117-139, ISBN 3-16-148126-7;
- Autonomous Contract and Declining Mandatory Rules. A First Reaction to an Article by Horatia Muir Watt and Luca Radicati di Brozolo, in Global Jurist, Bepress (Berkeley University Press magazine on-line) (2004) (Global Jurist Topics: Vol. 4: No. 3, Article 1, http://www.bepress.com/gj/topics/vol4/iss3/art1);
- Principles of European Contract Law and Italian Law, A. Veneziano e L. Antoniolli (ed.), Introduction to art. 1.101, Comment to Art. 5.101-107, Kluwer international, 2005, pp. 27-30;
- Some Remarks Concerning the Implementation of the CISG by the Courts (the Seller’s Performance), Report to the VIAC/ UNCITRAL Conference (the CISG 25th Anniversary conference), in Pittsburgh Journal of Law and Commerce, vol. 25 (2005-2006), issue 2, p. 223-240;
- “Contracts with no governing law in private international law and Non-State law/ Le contrat sans loi en droit international privé et droit non étatique, at the XVIII Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law, Utrecht, 2006;
- DANNEMANN, FERRERI, GRAZIADEI, Consolidating European Contract Law Terminology: the Contribution of the Terminology Group, in Acquis Principles in Contract Law, Sellier, Monaco di Baviera, 2007, pag. XXXIII – XL;
- Law and Literature: a Number of Open Questions in Italian Experience, in POZZO B. (ed.), Teaching Law through the Looking Glass of Literature, Stämpfli Publishers, Bern, 2010, p. 111-120;
- DANNEMANN, FERRERI, GRAZIADEI, European Private Law and European Legal Language(s), in C. Twigg-Flesner (ed.), European Union Private Law, The Cambridge Companion to European Union Private Law, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2010, p. 70-84;
- Complexity of Transnational Sources, General Report to the XVIII Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law, Sect. IC, Uniformation of Law, Washington, 2010, on line: http://www.wcl.american.edu/events/2010congress/
Circuito Maestro Mario de la Cueva s/n
Imer B. Flores was Assistant Professor in the Law School in 1994 and became an Associate Professor-Researcher at the Legal Research Institute in 1996, where he got his tenure in 1999. He served as Associate Dean (Graduate Studies) in the Legal Research Institute (2001-2004) and as Academic Vice-Dean in the Law School (2002-2004). He has also been a Fulbright Scholar in Residence at Ramapo College of New Jersey (1999-2000), Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School (2000-2001), and Visiting Scholar at Houston University in the Honors College (2004). He holds law degrees from UNAM and a LLM from Harvard Law School.
Professor Flores teaches in areas of Constitutional Law (including Comparative Constitutional Law and Constitutional Theory) and Jurisprudence (including Legal Argumentation, Legal Philosophy and Legal Theory). His current research projects include Constitutionalism, Democracy, Jurisprudence, Legal Education and the Rule of Law, all subjects on which he has published numerous articles in legal journals and edited volumes.
Representative Publications (in English)
“Unchaining Prometheus: The Struggle for Legal Philosophy (vis-à-vis Legal Education)”, in Imer B. Flores & Gülriz Uygur (eds.) Alternative Methods in the Education of Philosophy of Law (and the Importance of Legal Philosophy in the Legal Education). Proceedings of the 23rd IVR World Congress Law and Legal Cultures in the 21st Century: Diversity and Unity Krakow (Poland), Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag, 2010, pp. 23-35.
“Hercules, Ulysses and Omphale. The Battle for Constitutionalism: Legislation and Adjudication”, in Tomasz Gizbert-Studnicki and Mateusz Klinowski (ed.), Law, Liberty, Morality and Rights, Warszawa, Wolters Kluwer Polska, 2010, pp. 112-128.
“The Living Tree Constitutionalism: Fixity and Flexibility”, Problema. Anuario de Filosofía y Teoría del Derecho, No. 3, 2009, pp. 37-74.
“Legisprudence: The Role and Rationality of Legislators --vis-à-vis Judges-- towards the Realization of Justice”, Mexican Law Review, New Series, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2009, pp. 91-110.
“Legisprudence: The Forms and Limits of Legislation”, Problema. Anuario de Filosofía y Teoría del Derecho, No. 1, 2007, pp. 247-266.
“Reconstituting Constitutions --Institutions and Culture. The Mexican Constitution and NAFTA: Human Rights vis à vis Commerce”, Florida Journal of International Law, Vol. 17, No. 3, December, 2005, pp. 693-717.
“The Quest for Legisprudence: Constitutionalism v. Legalism”, in Luc J. Wintgens (ed.), The Theory and Practice of Legislation: Essays on Legisprudence, Aldershot, Ashgate, 2005, pp. 26-52.
“Langdell v. Holmes: On Legal Education --and the Legal Profession”, De Legibus. Review of the Harvard Law School Association of Mexico, Year III, No. 3, 2004, pp. 13-42.
“Assessing Democracy and Rule of Law: Access to Justice”, in Aleksander Peczenik (ed.), Proceedings of the 21st IVR World Congress, Lund (Sweden), 12-17 August, 2003, Part I: Justice, Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag, 2004, pp. 146-154.
“In the Dark Side of the Conventionality Thesis?”, in Enrique Villanueva (ed.), Studies in Social, Political and Legal Philosophy. Philosophy of Law and of Politics, Amsterdam, Rodopi, 2002, pp. 143-156.
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|Queen Mary, University of London
Queen Mary University
Rémy Gerbay teaches international commercial law at Queen Mary University in London. Prior to joining the School of Law at Queen Mary, Rémy was the Deputy Registrar of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), between 2009 and 2012. Rémy was also acting Registrar of the DIFC-LCIA Arbitration Centre in Dubai.
Immediately prior to joining the LCIA, Rémy was in private practice with English law firm Herbert Smith LLP, in London and Paris, where he concentrated on commercial and investment arbitration (ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL and ICSID).
Rémy received a French law degree, Magna Cum Laude, from the University of Lyon III, a two-year Master's in international law from the Graduate Institute of International Studies (IUHEI, University of Geneva), and an LL.M., Dean's List, from Georgetown University Law Centre. For his work at Georgetown Law, Rémy was the recipient of the Fulbright Scholarship. He was admitted to practice as an attorney (state of New York) and as a Solicitor (England and Wales). Rémy has taught international arbitration at SciencesPo (Paris) and Universite Jean Moulin (Lyon), and regularly speaks at conferences.
Phone: (00972) 2 5881177
Moshe Hirsch is full professor at the Faculty of Law & Department of International Relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is also the Director of the International Law Forum at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a member of the International Law Association Study Group on International Investment Law, and member of the Panels of Conciliators and of Arbitrators maintained by the International Center for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). A significant part of his publications involves interdisciplinary research that employs, inter alia, sociological theories, game theory, political economy and political science.
“The Sociology of International Economic Law: Sociological Analysis of the Regulation of Regional Agreements in the World Trading System”, European Journal of International Law (2008);
“The Impact of the Advisory Opinion on Israel’s Future Policy: International Relations Perspective”, Journal of International Law & International Relations (2005);
“Compliance with International Norms In the Age of Globalization: Two Theoretical Perspectives”, in The Impact of International Law on International Cooperation (Eyal Benvenisti and Moshe Hirsch, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2004);
"Interactions between Investment and Non-Investment Obligations in International Investment Law", in Oxford Handbook of International Law on Foreign Investment (Christopher Schreuer, ed., Oxford University Press, 2008).
Phone: (0055) 56 22 74 74 ext 1622
Circuito Maestro Mario de la Cueva s/n
Professor Francisco Ibarra Palafox holds a PhD degree in Law from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and a Master in Political Theory from the London School of Economics. He is a full time researcher in the Institute for Legal Research (UNAM) and specializes in Multiculturalism and Citizenship studies; Professor Ibarra currently heads the Postgraduate Program at the Institute for Legal Research and teaches Political Theory in the UNAM Postgraduate Law School, he regularly speaks at conferences in Mexico and abroad. Among his awards he got the Mexican Academy of Science Prize given to the best doctoral research in social science.
Multiculturalismo e Instituciones Político Constitucionales, México, UNAM-Porrúa, 2007.
Minorías etnoculturales y Estado nacional, Mexico, IIJ-UNAM, 2005.
Translator of Derechos de las minorías y Estado de bienestar by Will Kymlicka and Keith Banting, México, IIJ-UNAM, 2007.
“Constitutionalism and citizenship facing the multicultural challenge”, in Mexican Law Review, 2011.
“En busca de la igualdad: minorías etnoculturales y democracia representativa”, Carpizo, Jorge (ed), Homenaje al doctor Emilio O. Rabasa, 2010.
“La Suprema Corte de Justicia y consolidación democrática en México”, in Ferrer and Saldivar (Eds), La ciencia del derecho procesal constitucional. Estudios en homenaje a Héctor Fix-Zamudio, Tribunales constitucionales y democracia, 2008.
“Multiculturalismo y Estado de bienestar en Latinoamérica”, in Kymlicka and Banthing, Derechos de las minorías y Estado de bienestar, 2007.
“Jurisprudencia sobre la responsabilidad internacional del Estado por omisión. Reflexiones a partir del caso de los homicidios y desapariciones de mujeres y niñas en Ciudad Juárez”, in Carbonell, Miguel, En busca de las normas ausentes. 2007.
“Enron o érase una vez en los Estados Unidos”, in Salazar, Pedro (ed), El poder de la transparencia: nueve derrotas a la opacidad, 2a. ed., 2007.
“La ciudadanía migrante”, in Carbonell, Miguel, El Estado constitucional contemporáneo. Culturas y Sistemas Jurídicos Comparados, t. I., 2006.
“La evolución del debate multicultural y su estado actual en la teoría liberal”, in Cáceres, Flores and Saldaña (eds), Problemas contemporáneos de la filosofía del derecho, 2005.
“¿Pueden los derechos de las minorías tener algún sentido en una Constitución liberal?”, in Derechos fundamentales y Estado, UNAM, 2002.
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Professor of Law
600 New Jersey Avenue, NW
Professor Mezey received her J.D. from Stanford Law School, where she served as an articles editor for the Stanford Law Review. She also has a Master's degree in American Studies from the University of Minnesota. Professor Mezey served as law clerk for Judge Marilyn Hall Patel of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. She previously worked as a Legislative Aide to former Senator Alan Cranston.
Forthcoming Works and Works in Progress
Naomi Mezey, Video Cannot Speak for Itself: Film, Summary Judgment & Visual Representation (work in progress)
Naomi Mezey, Law's Visual Afterlife: Violence, Popular Culture, and Translation Theory, in Imagining Legality: Where Law Meets Popular Culture 65 (Tuscaloosa, Ala.: University of Alabama Press forthcoming 2011). [SSRN]
Contributions to Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals
Naomi Mezey, Law's Culture and Lived Culture: A Comment on Roger Cotterrell's 'The Struggle for Law: Some Dilemmas of Cultural Legality', 4 Int'l J.L. in Context 395-399 (2009). [WWW]
Naomi Mezey, Out of the Ordinary: Law, Power, Culture and the Commonplace, 26 Law & Soc. Inquiry 145-167 (2001) (reviewing Patricia Ewick & Susan S. Silbey, The Common Place of Law: Stories From Everday Life (1998)). [HEIN] [L] [W]
Book Chapters and Collected Works
Naomi Mezey, Census, United States, Entry, in 1 Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, and Society in the United States 285-292 (Ilan Stavans & Harold Augenbraum eds., Danbury, Conn.: Grolier Academic Reference 2005). [BOOK]
Naomi Mezey, Law as Culture, in Sports and Inequality 17-20 (Michael Cozzillio & Robert L. Hayman, Jr. eds., Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press 2004). [BOOK]
Naomi Mezey, Law as Culture, in Cultural Analysis, Cultural Studies, and the Law: Moving Beyond Legal Realism 37-72 (Austin Sarat & Jonathan Simon eds., Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press 2003). [BOOK]
University of Torino
Full Professor of European Union Law-
Faculty of Law, University of Torino
Phone: (0039) 011 6702588
Fax: (0039) 011 2362588
Department of Legal Sciences
Prof. Ornella Porchia is full professor of EU Law at the Law Faculty of the University of Turin. She has been lawyer since 1994 (Bar Council of Torino - Ordine degli Avvocati di Torino). She holds a Ph.D in International Economic Law (University Bocconi of Milano). She is Director of the Master on “Management of European Programmes. Design, Management and Control” organized by the School of Business Administration of the University of Turin. She is country coordinator and professor in the “European Master in Law and Policies of European Integration”, organised by the Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona (Spain), Université de Montpellier I (France), Università degli Studi di Milano (Italy), Universytet Szczecinski (Poland). Prof. Ornella Porchia is member of the scientific committee of the Master in Food Law of the University of Turin. She is currently serving as consultant at the Service for Legal Studies of the Italian Constitutional Court in Rome.
Sub-national units, Member States and the European Union, in Burgess M., Tarr A. (eds) Constitutional Dynamics in Federal Systems: Sub-national perspectives (Proceeding of the Conference Lenham 1-5 April 2008), McGill-Queen`s University Press, forthcoming.Aides d’État en matière d’environnement et compétences régionales, in B. Nascimbene, F. Picod (sous la direction), L’Italie et le droit de l’Union européenne- L’Italia e il Diritto dell’Unione europea, Bruylant, Bruxelles, 2010, 329 ss. Aiuti di Stato (Voce), Digesto delle Discipline Pubblicistiche (Aggiornamento), Utet, 2010, 1 ss.
La sussidiarietà attraverso il riordino delle competenze? Il Trattato di riforma e la ripartizione delle competenze, Relazione al Convegno “Il Trattato di Lisbona e le Regioni: il controllo di sussidiarietà”, organized by University of Trento, EURAC Research and Institut für Föderalismus di Innsbruck (Trento, 16-17 April 2009), in J.Woelk, P. Buβjäger (a cura di), Il Trattato di Lisbona e le Regioni: il controllo di sussidiarietà, Trento 2010 e in Studi sull’integrazione europea, 2010, n.3, 631ss.
Federalism and Regionalisation in Europe –Optimising Multi-level Governance in the EU, (Country Study with Professors Paola Bilancia, Francesco Palermo), Bertelsmann Foundation Publishers.
Meccanismi previsti in Italia e Spagna per la prevenzione del contenzioso con l’Unione europea per violazioni imputabili alle regioni, Report finale del progetto di ricerca svolto a Barcellona presso la Universitad de Barcelona (UB), in http://www.ucm.es/centros/webs/iu5121/index.php?tp=&a=dir3&d=26777.php.
Le competenze dell’Unione, il Protocollo sul principio di sussidiarietà e il potenziamento del ruolo delle assemblee legislative, Working Paper in the Research Project “Relaciones UE –CCAA después de Lisboa” (Universidad de Barcelona and Institut de Derecho Público de Barcelona, in www.idp.barcelona.net).
Il procedimento europeo di ingiunzione di pagamento: il regolamento comunitario n. 1896/2006, in B. CAPPONI (ed), Il procedimento d’ingiunzione, Zanichelli, Bologna, 2009, 55.
I ricorsi davanti alla Corte di giustizia dell’Unione europea: le modifiche previste dal Trattato di Lisbona, in P. Bilancia, M. D’Amico (a cura di), La Nuova Europa dopo il Trattato di Lisbona (Atti del Seminario del 15 Febbraio 2008), Giuffré, Milano, 2009, 223.
Gli attori nel processo di globalizzazione dell’economia, in A. COMBA (ed), Neoliberismo e global economic governance. Sviluppi istituzionali e nuovi strumenti, Giappichelli, Torino, 2008, 39.
Principi dell’ordinamento europeo. La cooperazione pluridirezionale, Zanichelli, Bologna, 2008.
La filiazione nel diritto internazionale privato, in G. FERRANDO (ed), Trattato di diritto di famiglia, Zanichelli, Bologna, 2007, 549.
Tutela dell’ambiente e competenze dell’Unione europea, Riv. it. dir. pubbl.com., 2006, 17.
Indifferenza dell’Unione europea nei confronti degli Stati membri e degli enti territoriali: momenti di crisi del principio. Proceedings of SIDI Congress, Editoriale Scientifica, Napoli, 2006, 269.
Il principio comunitario del “favor rei”, le tradizioni costituzionali comuni e lo spazio lasciato alla Corte italiana, in R. BIN, G. BRUNELLI, A. PUGIOTTO, P. VERONESI (a cura di), “Ai confini del favor rei. Il falso in bilancio davanti alle corti costituzionale e di giustizia ” (Amicus curiae, Ferrara, 6 Maggio 2005), Giappichelli, Torino, 2005, 319.
Le regioni dinanzi al giudice comunitario: la scelta del legislatore italiano, in G. CATALDI, A. PAPA, (eds), Formazione del diritto comunitario e internazionale e sua applicazione interna: ruolo delle Regioni e dello Stato nelle esperienze italiana e spagnola, (Proceeding of the Conference 23 Aprile 2004), Editoriale Scientifica, Napoli, 2005, 85.
La ragionevole liquidazione del danno per irragionevole durata dei procedimenti tra conformità alla giurisprudenza europea e margine di autonomia del giudice interno, Contratto Impresa/Europa, 2004, 528.
Le decisioni della Commissione: il regime delle impugnazioni, in L. DANIELE (ed), Aiuti pubblici alle imprese e competenze regionali, Giuffré, Milano, 2003, 313.
Les relations entre la Cour pénale Internationale et l'organisation des Nations Unies, in M. CHIAVARIO (ed.) La justice pénale internationale entre passé et avenir, Giuffré/ Bruylant, Milano, 2003, 113.
La coamministrazione nell'ordinamento comunitario: il caso degli OGM, in R. FERRARA, I.M. MARINO (ed.), Gli organismi geneticamente modificati, Cedam, Padova, 2003, 199.
Alcune considerazioni sull'art. 36 della Carta dei diritti fondamentali dell’Unione europea: l'accesso ai servizi di interesse economico generale, Il Diritto dell'Unione europea 2002, 634.
L'esecuzione degli obblighi comunitari da parte delle autorità nazionali: il caso della legge Prodi, Contratto e Impresa/Europa, 2002, 745.
Il procedimento di controllo degli aiuti pubblici alle imprese tra ordinamento comunitario e ordinamento interno, Jovene, Napoli, 2001.
University of Melbourne
Sam Ricketson holds degrees from the Universities of Melbourne and London, and is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences of Australia.
Prior to his appointment to the University of Melbourne in November 2000, Sam was the Sir Keith Aickin Professor of Commercial Law at Monash University. Before this, he had held positions at the University of Melbourne (1977 to 1991) and in the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary & Westfield College, London(1984-1986). Most recently, he was a Herbert Smith Visitor to the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge in the UK (2010), and a visiting professor at the National University of Singapore (2011).
Sam has written, taught and advised widely in all areas of intellectual property law (copyright and designs, patents, trade marks and unfair competition, and breach of confidence), conflicts of law, and trade practices law. He has also held various professional as well as governmental appointments in the intellectual property area, including membership of the Commonwealth Copyright Tribunal.
He is currently a panel member of the World Intellectual Property Organisation's dispute resolution body in relation to domain names and was a part-time commissioner of the Victorian Law Reform Commission from 2001 to 2010. He also practises at the Victorian Bar, principally in the area of intellectual property law.
A. Kenyon, M. Richardson and S. Ricketson (eds), Landmarks in Australian intellectual property law, Camrbidge University Press, Melbourne (1 ed, 2009).
S. Ricketson, M. Richardson and M. Davison, Intellectual property: Cases, materials and commentary', LexisNexis, Sydney (4 ed, 2008).
S. Ricketson and C. Creswell, The law of intellectual property: Copyright, designs and confidential information, LBC, Sydney (3 ed, 2006).
S. Ricketson and J. Ginsburg, International Copyright and Neighbouring Rights: The Berne Convention and Beyond, Oxford University Press, Oxford (Volume I and II)', (2 ed, 2006).
A. Monotti with S. Ricketson, Universities and intellectual property: Ownership and exploitation, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1 ed, 2003).
S.Ricketson, 'Common law approaches to the requirement of originality' in C. Ng, L. Bently, G. D'Agostino (eds), The Common Law of Intellectual Property: Essays in Honour of Professor David Vaver (2010) 221-253.
S. Ricketson and D. Catterns QC, 'Of vice-chancellors and authors: UNSW v Moorhouse' in A. Kenyon, M. Richardson, S. Ricketson (eds), Landmarks in Australian Intellectual Property Law (2009) 97-109.
S.Ricketson, 'The union label case: an early Australian IP story' in A. Kenyon, M. Richardson, S. Ricketson (eds), Landmarks in Australian Intellectual Property Law (2009) 15-36.
D Lindsay and S.Ricketson, 'Copyright, Privacy and Digital Rights Management (DRM)' in A. Kenyon, M. Richardson (eds), New Dimensions in Privacy Law (2006) 121-153.
S. Ricketson, 'The Berne Convention: The continued relevance of an ancient text' in D. Vaver and L. Bently (eds), Intellectual property in the new millennium: Essays in honour of William R Cornish (2004) 217-233.
S. Ricketson, 'Extending the term of protection - a current issue for Australia' in U. Loewenheim (ed), Urheberrecht im informationzeitalter: Festschrift fur Wilhelm Nordemann zum 70 Geburtstag am 8 Januar 2004 (2004) 495-514.
S. Ricketson, 'Copyright Administration in Australia: The Role and Functions of the Copyright Tribunal.' in Y. Gendreau (ed), Copyright: Administrative Institutions. (2002) 505-542.
S. Ricketson, 'Intellectual Property and Human Rights,' in S. Bottomley and D. Kinley (eds),Commercial Law and Human Rights. (2002) 187-213.
Journal Articles - Refereed
J.C. Ginsburg and S. Ricketson, 'Separating Sony sheep from Grokster (and Kazaa) goats: Reckoning future business plans of copyright-dependent technology entrepreneurs' (2008) 19 Australian Intellectual Property Journal 10-42.
S. Ricketson , 'Trade mark liability issues arising out of internet advertising' (2007) 12 Media and Arts Law Review 1-28.
J.C. Ginsburg and S. Ricketson, 'Inducers and authorisers: A comparison of the US Supreme Court's Grokster decision and the Australian Federal Court's KaZaa ruling' (2006) 11 Media and Arts Law Review 1-25.
S. Ricketson , 'Business method patents - A matter of convenience' (2003) 2003 Intellectual Property Quarterly 97-130.
Journals - Other Contributions
S. Ricketson, 'Threshold requirements for copyright protection under the international conventions' (2009) 2009 The WIPO Journal: Analysis and Debate of Intellectual Property Issues 51-62
S. Ricketson , 'Applying the Three-Step Test in the Digital Environment.' (2002) 20 Copyright Reporter: Journal of the Copyright Society of Australia 73-81.
'Applying the Three-Step Test in the Digital Environment' (2002) 20 Copyright Reporter: Journal of the Copyright Society of Australia 73-81.
'Patents and Designs' in The Oxford Companion to the High Court of Australia , Oxford University Press, South Melbourne (2001) , 525-526; and 'Copyright', pp 152-154, and ‘Trade Marks’ at 677-678.
'WIPO study on limitations and exceptions of copyright and related rights in the digital environment', World Intellectual Property Organisation, Geneva (2003).
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University of Toronto
LL.B. (University of Alberta), SJD (Harvard University)
Faculty of Law, University of Toronto
Kerry Rittich is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law and the Women's and Gender Studies Institute at the University of Toronto. She teaches and writes in the areas of international law and international institutions, law and development, human rights, labour law, and critical and feminist theory. Among her publications are Recharacterizing Restructuring: Law, Distribution and Gender in Market Reform (The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 2002); (with Joanne Conaghan, University of Kent), Labour Law, Work and Family: Critical and Comparative Perspectives, (Oxford University Press, 2005); "Core Labour Rights and Labour Market Flexibility: Two Paths Entwined?", Permanent Court of Arbitration/Peace Palace Papers, Labor Law Beyond Borders: ADR and the Internationalization of Labor Dispute Resolution, (Kluwer Law International, 2003) and "The Future of Law and Development: Second Generation Reforms and the Incorporation of the Social" in David M. Trubek and Alvaro Santos eds., The New Law and Economic Development: A Critical Appraisal (Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 2006). In 2004, she completed a report for the Law Commission of Canada entitled, Vulnerable Workers: Legal and Policy Issues in the New Economy. She obtained an LL.B. from the University of Alberta in 1992, and an SJD from Harvard University in 1998. In 1992-93, she served as Law Clerk to Madame Justice Claire L'Heureux-Dubé at the Supreme Court of Canada. Professor Rittich has been the Mackenzie King Visiting Professor of Canadian Studies at Harvard Law School and the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University and a fellow at the European University Institute.
King's College London
Michael is Senior Lecturer in International Commercial and Financial Law at King’s College London. He read law at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, obtained his LL.M. from King’s College London and his Dr.iur. from Humboldt University Berlin. In Spring 2011 he was a visiting scholar at the University of California, Berkeley. Michael has previously taught at the University of Passau, Sheffield University, the University of Helsinki and the Catholic University of Portugal in Lisbon. As a Rechtsanwalt, he advises on cross-border insolvency law and corporate law cases, involving mainly Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Directive 93/13 and the Price Term Exemption: A Comparative Analysis in Light of the Market for Lemons Rationale, (2011) 60 International and Comparative Law Quarterly [forthcoming]
Core Company Law: The First and Second Directives, in C Gerner-Beuerle and S Fleet (eds.) Gore-Brown on EU Company Law (London, Jordans Publishing, 2011) [forthcoming]
European Company Statute, in C Gerner-Beuerle and S Fleet (eds.) Gore-Brown on EU Company Law (London, Jordans Publishing, 2011) [forthcoming]
England and Wales, in Peter Kindler & Josef Nachmann (eds.), Handbuch Insolvenzrecht in Europa [Handbook Insolvency Law in Europe] (Munich: C.H. Beck 2010) 144 pp.
United Kingdom, in Karl Riesenhuber (ed.), Europäische Methodenlehre [European Legal Reasoning] (Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2nd edn. 2010)
The Transition from Corporate Governance to Bankruptcy Governance - Convergence of German and US Law?,  European Company and Financial Law Review pp. 1-41
The Mysteries of Freedom of Establishment after Cartesio, (2010) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 323 [co-author C. Gerner-Beuerle]
Konkretisierungskompetenz und Konkretisierungsmethoden im Europäischen Privatrecht (Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2009), 550 pp. [The Construction of Open Textured Norms in European Private Law]
The Contribution of Law and Economics as a Method of Legal Reasoning in European Private Law, (2009) 17 European Review of Private Law pp. 851-891
“Deepening Insolvency” – Liability for Wrongful Trading in the United States?, (2009) 30 The Company Lawyer pp. 298-303
The Interpretation of European Private Law in the Light of Market Freedoms and EU Fundamental Rights, (2008) 15 Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law pp. 285-321
Inequality of bargaining power versus market for lemons: legal paradigm change and the Court of Justice’s jurisprudence on Directive 93/13 on unfair contract terms, (2008) 33 European Law Review pp. 336-358
Creditor Protection for German GmbHs – The next Instalment, (2008) 29 The Company Lawyer pp. 251-254
Existenzvernichtungshaftung und englische Limited, Zeitschrift für vergleichende Rechtswissenschaft (ZVerglRWiss) 106 (2007) pp. 299-334, 484-485.
The Development of a new Concept of Creditor Protection for German GmbHs, (2006) 27 The Company Lawyer pp. 348 – 351
Die ausschließliche internationale Zuständigkeit für gesellschaftliche Streitigkeiten vor dem Hintergrund der Niederlassungsfreiheit, Praxis des Internationalen Privat- und Verfahrensrechts (IPRax) 2005 pp. 208 – 219
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Prof. Shany is the Hersch Lauterpacht Chair in International Law at the Law Faculty of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He also serves currently as a board member in the International Law Forum at the Hebrew University, a director in the Project on International Courts and Tribunals (PICT), a member of the steering committee of the DOMAC project (assessing the impact of international courts on domestic criminal procedures in mass atrocity cases) and as a senior research fellow at the Israel Democracy Institute.
Shany has degrees in law from the Hebrew University (LL.B, 1995 cum laude), New York University (LL.M., 1997) and the University of London (Ph.D., 2001). He has published a number of books and articles on international courts and arbitration tribunals and other international law issues such as international human rights and international humanitarian law. He is the recipient of the 2004 American Society of International Law book award (creative legal scholarship) and a 2008 recipient of a European Research Council grant awarded to pioneering research leaders.
Shany has taught in a number of law schools in Israel, and has been in recent years a research fellow in Harvard and Amsterdam Universities and a visiting professor at the Georgetown University Law Center, Michigan University Law School, Columbia University Law School and the Faculty of Law of the University of Sydney.
“Assessing the effectiveness of International Courts” (forthcoming in 2012), Oxford University Press
“Manual on International Court and Tribunals” (Co-written with Philippe Sands, Ruth Mackenzie and Ceasre Romano), 2010, Oxford University Press
“Regulating Jurisdictional Interactions between National and International Courts”, 2007, Oxford University Press
“International Law Between War and Peace” (Co-written with Orna Ben Naftali), 2006, Ramot, Tel Aviv University, (Hebrew publication)
“The Competing Jurisdictions of International Courts and Tribunals”, 2003, Oxford University Press
"No Longer a Weak Department of Power? Reflections on the Emergence of a New International Judiciary", 20 European Journal of International Law (2009) 73
“In Defence of Functional Interpretation of the Rome Statute: A Response to Yaël Ronen’s “ICC Jurisdiction Over acts Committed in the Gaza Strip”, 8 J.I.C.J. (2010) 329
"Human Rights and Humanitarian Law as Competing Legal Paradigms for Fighting Terror", in Orna Ben Naftali (ed), Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law: Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law, Vol. XIX/1 (Forthcoming in 2010)
"The Israeli Supreme Court and the Incremental Expansion of the Scope of International Law on Belligerent Occupation" (with Dr. Guy Harpaz), 43(3) Israel Law Review (forthcoming in 2011)