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Elisabeth Lambert Abdelgawad joined the School of Business and Law in January 2017 as an Associate Professor. Her main fields of research are human rights law, access to justice, remedies to victims and compliance with international norms from a comparative and social justice approach.
Elisabeth worked as a Research Professor at the CNRS in France from 2001 to 2016 (Universities of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, UMR of Comparative Law and then at the University of Strasbourg, Research Laboratory SAGE). She was the co-director of Strasbourg Euroculture Master Erasmus Mundus and has worked as an Expert for the Council of Europe for several years.
International, European and comparative Human Rights Law (Law and Justice approach); implementation of Human Rights obligations in national legal orders (comparative perspective) (compliance and refusal to comply with international norms); Remedies to victims (socio-legal approach) ; access to justice; right to health and to a good environment ; Protection of cultural goods (inter-State perspective); Socio-political studies of Actors in the legal Field; New Public Management policies applied to Courts (auditing, budgeting and governance of supra-national Courts); the cost of Human Rights Justice; regulation of hazardous activities (chemical products, use of scientific uncertainty by political and judicial actors).
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