Current Visitors

Timothée GiardMr. Timothée Giard
Visiting Jurist
Country: France
Partner, GATE AVOCATS
Research: Antitrust Law & Digital. Researching the increasing use of algorithms and other automatic programs in the digital marketplace and their much-debated impact on antitrust law enforcement in the US and in the EU.


Ryoji IchitakaMr. Ryoji Ichitaka
Visiting Scholar
Country: Japan
Professor of Law, Kwansei Gakuin University
Research: International taxation of corporate reorganization, alternative dispute resolution on tax matters, and tax and inequalities.


Yon Kyung LeeMs. Yon Kyung Lee
Visiting Jurist
Country: Korea
Judge, Suwon District Court
Research: Study on the criminal justice system of the United States and the electronic litigation system practiced in California Courts to find out if there is any possibility of adoption in the South Korea judicial system.


Panagiotis KapotasMr. Kapotas Panagiotis
Visiting Researcher
Country: Greece
Ph.D. Candidate, Technical University of Crete; Attorney, Patras Bar Association
Research: Urban Planning, environmental protection and rights to property, through the case law of Supreme Administrative Court of Greece, European Court of Human Rights and Supreme Court of the United States.


Christian PrenerMr. Christian Prener
Visiting Researcher
Country: Denmark
PhD Fellow, International Law, Aarhus University, Department of Law
Research: An analysis of the changing nature of citizenship regimes in the 21st century in the light of international human rights law. Areas of particular interest is the rise of security-related citizenship revocation as well as non-territorial modes of citizenship challenging existing legal citizenship regimes.


Marc ThommenMr. Marc Thommen
Visiting Scholar
Country: Switzerland
Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, University of Zürich
Research: Prosecutorial discretion and extra-court settlements of criminal cases in the USA and in Europe.


Horim YiMs. Horim Yi
Visiting Researcher
Country: Korea
Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Public Health Sciences, Graduate School of Korea University
Research: The first part of the research will be a continuation of two previous Korean LGBT health surveys, participated as a co-investigator. The second part of the research will be a research on the development and current status of legal protection for LGBTQ youths in the U.S and in California, focusing on LGBTQ youth health and its social determinants.