CT Welcomes Six New Visiting Fellows

Constitutional Transitions is pleased to welcome six new visiting fellows who will be joining us beginning in Fall 2013. The fellows will be at NYU School of Law for terms ranging from one to two semesters. Hailing from five different countries, the visiting fellows are legal experts, academics, and practitioners with a wealth of experience working on matters of constitutional reform around the world. During their time at the NYU Law, they will contribute to research projects and events at Constitutional Transitions.

The new visiting fellows are: George Anderson, David Dyzenhaus, Mohammad Fadel, Lech Garlicki, Christopher McCrudden, and Wojciech Sadurski. Learn more about each of them, and the Center’s past fellows, here.

This year’s fellows bring a diverse range of expertise to Constitutional Transitions, including as a senior civil servant in Canada, a Constitutional Court judge in Poland, and an author of an award-winning book on public procurement and equality. They have held professorships at countless institutions, frequently as visiting global scholars. We hope that you will join us in welcoming this year’s distinguished group of visiting fellows.

In the coming months, Constitutional Transitions will be publishing profiles on each of the fellows and their current projects. For these and other updates, please subscribe to our monthly newsletter here.


See all CT Visiting Fellows

Introducing Constitutional Transitions Visiting Fellow and UCLA Professor of Law Stephen Gardbaum
(2 Feb 2013)

Introducing Global Visiting Professor of Law And CT Visiting Fellow Radhika Coomaraswamy
(1 Feb 2013)

Introducing Constitutional Transitions Visiting Fellow Gianluca Parolin
(29 Sept 2012)

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