Members of the group

 

  • Thomas Fleiner, Professor Emeritus of Public Law, University of Fribourg, Former President of the Executive Committee of the IACL
  • Cheryl Saunders, Laureate Professor, Melbourne Law School
  • Ringolds Balodis, Professor of Law, University of Latvia
  • Abraham Barrero Ortega, Associate Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Seville
  • Omar Bendourou, Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Mohammed V at Souissi Morocco
  • Dr. Malik Boumediene, Maitre de conférences, University of Toulouse
  • Xenophon Contiades,  Professor of Public Law and Dean, University of Peloponnese, Director, Centre for European Constitutional Law
  • Ian Cram, Professor of Comparative Constitutional Law, University of Leeds
  • Alkmene Fotiadou, Dr. iur, Centre for European Constitutional Law
  • Jörg Gerkrath, Professor, University of Luxembourg
  • Siri Gloppen, Professor, University of Bergen
  • Irene Sobrino Guijarro, Assistant Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Seville
  • Eirik Holmøyvik, Associate Professor of Law, University of Bergen
  • Helle Krunke, Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Copenhagen
  • Dr Juha Lavapuro, University of Turku
  • John F. McEldowney, Professor of Law, University of Warwick
  • David Gwynn Morgan, Professor Emeritus of Law, University College Cork
  • Maria Mousmouti, Dr. iur., Centre for European Constitutional Law
  • Christina Murray, Professor of Constitutional and Human Rights Law, University of Cape Town
  • Tuomas Ojanen, Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Helsinki
  • Janis Pleps, Lecturer of Law, University of Latvia
  • Agustín Ruiz Robledo, Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Granada
  • Angel Rodriguez, Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Malaga
  • Janne Salminen, University of Turku
  • Zoltán Szente, Professor of Law, University of Győr, Hungary
  • Ioannis Tassopoulos, Associate Professor of Public Law, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
  • Björg Thorarensen, Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Iceland
  • Dr. Michael Hein, Research Fellow, University of Göttingen
  • Alicia Pastor y Camarasa, PhD Candidate at University of Louvain

 

Contact person: Prof. Xenophon Contiades (centre@cecl.gr, xcontiades@hotmail.com)

 

Last update: 11/12/2018

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