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Foreign professors invited to work at the university

By 2020, 24 leading foreign professors have been involved and their number is currently growing.

Full name PositionSubjects Departments 
1.Pablo CortesProfessor of Civil Law, University of Leicester, UK pablo.cortes@le.ac.uk1. Comparative constitutional law
2. Law and information technology
3. Judiciary and law enforcement
4. Business law
Department of "Constitutional Law"
2.Jose Ignacio Hernandez G.Adviser to the American Development Bank, Harvard lecturer
Jose_Ignacio_Hernandez_Gonza lez@hks.harvard.edu 
1. Administrative law
2. Constitutional law
3. Latin American constitutionalism
Department of "Constitutional Law"
3.Dr Przemyslaw PanfilAssociate Professor, Faculty of Law and Management, University of Gdansk deruyter@wp.plInternational financial law and banking law“Business and Management Law”
4.Paolo MacchiHe is a senior assistant at Withers Law Firm
paolomacchiesq@gmail.com
1. Law on Sports and Mass Media (attention to the rights of television / broadcasting in sports)
2. Comparative Law (attention to US law and legal system)
“Department of Theory of State and Law”
5.Mateja DurovicAssociate Professor of Law, Royal College of London, UK, Co-Chair of the Center for Technology, Ethics, Law and Society mateja.durovic@kcl.ac.ukLaw and new technologiesDepartment of “Theory of State and Law”
6.Sorkin Vladimir Yanka Kupala State University, Grodno, Associate Professor, Department of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Criminology ina.sorkina@gmail.comEvidence theoryCriminal procedural law
7.Dr.Krzysztof WoźniewskiFaculty of Law and Management
University of Gdansk
Department of Criminal Procedure and Forensics
Head of the Department of Criminology and Evidence Law krzysztof.wozniewski@prawo.ug.edu.pl
Procedural law of criminal offenses
The law of evidence in criminal proceedings
European criminal process
Criminal procedural law
8.Nikolay Kovalev Wilfried is an associate professor at Laurier University, a barrister and lawyer, and a member of the Upper Canadian Law Society.            
Email: nkovalev@wlu.ca
Email: n.kovalev@gmail.com
1. Fundamentals of criminal justice
2. Features of criminal justice in foreign countries
Criminal procedural law
9.Goran KlemenchichRegional dialogue
(Lawyer and civil servant known as Commissioner of the Commission for the Prevention of Corruption of the Republic of Slovenia)




 
Criminal law, criminology and the fight against corruption
10.Djeyms Iglin Regional dialogue
Senior legal consul




 
Court, law enforcement and advocacy
11.Dr. Gary LilienthalChairman of the Board of Carrington Rand, Professor 1. International public law, administrative law, business law, intellectual property law, human rights in international law, law of comparative treaties, English treaty law.
2. SCOPUS academic writing and publishing course for academics.
3. Preparatory course for "Doctor of Law".
Intellektual mulk huquqi 
12.Dr Damian CymanLecturer at the University of Gdansk, consultant to a law firm
damian.cyman@gmail.com
International Business LawBusiness law
13.Edward Juchniewicz Gdansk University professors
Dean's Representative for International Cooperation with Central and Eastern European Universities rolikas33@gmail.com
European Contract LawCivil law
14.Professor Yarik KryvoiDirector of the Investment Agreement Forum,
Senior Research Fellow in International Investment Law
kryvoi@gmail.com
International Investment Law
International commercial arbitration
Comparative corporate law
Private international law
15.Zachary CaloProfessor of Law at Hamad bin Khalifa University, Doha, Qatar 
zacharycalo@gmail.com; zcalo@hbku.edu.qa
International sports law
International trade intermediation.
International sports law
International trade intermediation
16.Dr Victoria McCloudJudge, Department of Queen's Benches, Royal Court Partner of the Swiss Re Program on Civil Justice Systems, Associate Professor, Center for Socio-Legal Research, Oxford University, Victoria.mccloud@law.ox.ac.ukBritish Civil Law, the British Judicial System, Judicial Procedure, the British Judicial System, Judicial Management, Constitutional Separation of Powers, Rule of Law, (all from the perspective of a British judge)Civil procedural and economic procedural law 
17.Hajime WadaHonorary Professor of Nagoya University, Member of the Academic Council of JapanLabor law and labor dispute resolutionLabor law
18.Björn HessertMaster of Sports Law, University of Melbourne,
Lawyer of the University of Zurich bjoern.hessert@rwi.uzh.ch
Sports law
European sports model,
EU law,
Doping, manipulation in sports competitions, football legislation
International law and human rights
19.Alberto MalatestaUniversity of Kattaneo - Professor of International Law, FDL Law Firm amalatesta@liuc.itInternational commercial arbitration
Investment arbitration
 International commercial arbitration
Investment arbitration
20.Rabai BouderhemAssistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Prince Muhammad Bin Fahd University
Researcher at the University of Burgundy rbouderhem@pmu.edu.sa
Access to international law; International economic law; Human rights; EU and UK competition law; Comparative commercial lawInternational law and human rights
21.RIAAN EksteenUniversity of Johannesburg
Senior Research Fellow reksteen@swakop.com
International Affairs and Political ScienceInternational law and human rights
22.Q-Man BanResearcher in Law at Hanyang University,
Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi       
E-mail: qmanban@gmail.com
nis2112@hanyang.ac.kr
1. Constitutional law related to human rights in South Korea as a comparative law
2. Contract in accordance with public law
3. Administrative Law and WTO in South Korea
International law and human rights
23.Adilbek TussupovSaarland University
"Researcher / PhD" adilbek.tussupov@hsf.com
International economic law; International Dispute Resolution; Investment arbitration and alternative dispute resolutionPrivate international law
24.Afolabi AdekemiSaarland University
"Researcher / PhD" adekemi@europainstitut.de
International economic law; International Dispute Resolution; Investment arbitration and alternative dispute resolutionPrivate international law
25.Andrés Eduardo Alvarado GarzónSpecialist in scientific work
Saarland University andres.edo.ag@gmail.com
International economic law; International Dispute Resolution; Investment arbitration and alternative dispute resolutionPrivate international law 
26.Bianca BöhmeUniversity of Saarbrucken
Specialist in scientific work boehme@europainstitut.de
International economic law; International Dispute Resolution; Investment arbitration and alternative dispute resolutionPrivate international law
27.Pieter Van VaerenberghSpecialist in scientific work
Saarland University vanvaerenbergh@europainstitut.de
International economic law; International Dispute Resolution; Investment arbitration and alternative dispute resolutionPrivate international law
28.Catharine TitiUniversity of Paris II Pantheon-Assas - Associate Professor of the French National Center for Scientific Research cathy_titi@hotmail.comMeditation is one of the main ways to resolve conflictsPrivate international law
29.Prof. Dr. Marc BungenbergSaarland University
Director of the European Institute
University professors,
Department of Public Law, International Public Law and European Law bungenberg@europainstitut.de
International economic law; International Dispute Resolution; Investment arbitration and alternative dispute resolutionPrivate international law
30.Karl-Heinz StützelSENIOR EXPERTEN SERVICE (SES) employee karlheinz.stuetzel@web.deGermanForeign languages
31.CHRISTOPHER ROWAND KELLEYProfessor at Arizona State UniversityLegal recordForeign languages