Meet the teachers from our Summer Programme
Have you been nominated to SULaw's Summer Programme 2021? Then read more below to get to know your summer teachers!
The courses on offer for Session 1 of the 2021 edition of SULaw's Summer Programme are Public International Law in Brief, Law and Economics, International Arbitration Law and EU Law in Brief. The Session dates are 28 June - 11 July 2021.
Daniel Pinheiro Astone
Lecturer Fabricio Fortese is the course director and main teacher for our summer course International Arbitration Law.
Fabricio Fortese is a doctoral candidate at Stockholm University.
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The courses on offer for Session 2 of the 2021 edition of SULaw's Summer Programme are The Role of Law in International Politics, Global Health and Law, International Criminal Law, and International Law, Peace and Post-Conflict Transitions. The Session dates are 12 July - 25 July 2021.
Prof. Kalyani Unkule
Dr. Kalyani Unkule is the course director and main teacher for our summer course The Role of Law in International Politics.
Dr. Kalyani Unkule is Associate Professor, JGLS and Director & Head of the Office of Alumni Relations, JGU. She is also a visiting professor at ISDE Law and Business School in Spain and Stockholm University Faculty of Law in Sweden. Having completed her BA and MA degrees respectively in Economics and Social Work, in 2007 she received the Erasmus Mundus scholarship to pursue MA/MSc Global Studies at London School of Economics and University of Leipzig. Her doctoral work at Maurer School of Law, Indiana University, was at the intersection of international relations theory and international law. She is the author of Internationalising the University: A Spiritual Approach, published by Palgrave Macmillan.
Kalyani regularly appears as an expert commentator on global affairs on India’s most respected national news network NDTV 24/7.
Prof. Sophia Charvel
Lecturer William underwood is the course director and main teacher for our summer courses International Criminal Law and International Law, Peace and Post-Conflict Transitions.
William Underwood is a doctoral candidate at Stockholm University and Junior Fellow of the Stockholm Centre for International Law and Justice. He researches and teaches in the areas of public and international law, peace, conflict and democratisation. He has consulted for the United Nations and International IDEA on peace agreements and post-conflict constitutions and was previously a diplomat and legal advisor for the Australian foreign ministry in Canberra and The Hague. He holds master’s degrees in international law from the University of Melbourne and in peace and conflict studies from Uppsala University.
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The courses on offer for Session 3 of the 2021 edition of SULaw's Summer Programme are International Human Rights Law, Legal Writing and Critical Advocacy, and World Trade Law. The Session dates are 26 July - 8 August 2021.
Dr. Amrita Bahri
Dr. Amrita Bahri is the course director and main teacher for our summer course World Trade Law.
Dr. Amrita Bahri is Assistant Professor of International Trade Law at ITAM and Co-Chair Professor for WTO Chair Program (Mexico). Amrita is the Founding Chair of International Trade & Investment Law Research Group (Law Schools Global League, LSGL) and Founding Member of the South Asian International Economic Law Network (SAIELN). She has a PhD in International Trade Law from University of Birmingham and an LLM in International Business Law from London School of Economics.
Amrita has published in the areas of international trade law, WTO dispute settlement, public private partnership for capacity-building in emerging economies, regional trade and gender justice. She has authored the monograph Public Private Partnership for WTO dispute settlement: Enabling Developing Countries (Edward Elgar, 2018). Her academic articles are published in prestigious journals including Journal of International Economic Law, World Trade Review, Journal of World Trade, Trade, Law & Development, Global Trade & Customs Journal, and Journal of International Trade Law & Policy. Working with ITC’s team, Amrita has designed the very first framework to measure gender-responsiveness of free trade agreements. She explains this framework in ITC’s policy paper titled “Mainstreaming Gender in Free Trade Agreements”.
Last updated: April 13, 2021
Source: Department of Law