Fatos Selita has multidisciplinary training and expertise, including in law, genetics, psychology and strategy. His interdisciplinary work focuses on bridging science and justice, including utilising science for the benefit of justice.
Fatos is Barrister of England and Wales; an Attorney and Counselor at Law (NY-USA); a Lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London and Tomsk State University; and a visiting lecturer at Higher School of Economics and Oregon State University. Fatos is the Founder of the UKLSA. Read more….
PhD; Executive Editor, Sulis International Press (Los Angeles and London); Legal Researcher and Writer, Bonaventura Law Group (Ventura, California, USA). Markus has been part of the Legal Issues Journal since 2012. Read more…
Alice Gregory is a Professor of Psychology at Goldsmiths. She has a strong interest in public engagement of science and contributes to several diverse research areas, including the longitudinal associations between sleep and psychopathology, behavioural genetics, sleep paralysis and exploding head syndrome. Read more…
Yulia Kovas is Professor of Genetics and Psychology at Goldsmiths, University of London; honorary professor at Moscow State University; visiting Professor at University of Sussex; New York University in London; Tomsk State University; and Higher School of Economics. Read more…
Bashar H. Malkawi is Dean and Professor of Law at University of Sharjah. S.J.D, American University Washington College of Law, LLM, University of Arizona. Prof. Malkawi has also taught at universities in Jordan, UAE, Italy, and United States, and has written over 70 articles, books and book chapters. Read more…
Terry Moritz has extensive experience in resolving complex disputes as an advocate, a mediator and an arbitrator. Mr. Moritz is a Charter Member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, a member of the American Law Institute, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a board member and panelist for the Forum for International Conciliation & Arbitration. He is a panel member of the American Arbitration Association and The International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution. He is certified as an arbitrator and mediator by the ADR Committee of the Midcontinent Independent Systems Operator and the Midwest Reliability Organization. He frequently writes and lectures on arbitration issues.
As an Adjunct Professor of Law at Loyola University School of Law he teaches arbitration and conducts an arbitration work shop on developing legal skills in the arbitration context. – Loyola University, 1966; – Loyola University School of Law, 1970. Read more…
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David Felipe Alvarez-Amezquita (Tolima University; University of Nottingham); Marco Bocchi (University of Rome; Max Planck Institute); Matthew Channon (University of Exeter); Claudio Cipollini (University of Heidelberg; University of Florence); Janet Furness (University of Central Lancashire); Richard Glove (University of Wolverhampton; Solicitor); M Sanjeeb Hossain (Warwick Law School); Mohammed Subhan Hussain (SOAS, University of London); Frankie Riyao Liu (Attorney (China)); Isaac Maka (Barrister, England and Wales); Taniya Malik (University of Delhi, India); Alex Matheson (Barrister, England and Wales); Tony Meacham (University of Coventry; University of Westminster); Stela Meçaj (Department of Law, University “Ismail Qemali” Vlora); Chanthima Neth (City University, London); Darell Pang (University of Exeter); Nataly Papadopoulou (University of Leicester); Nabamita Paul Ray (South Calcutta Law College affiliated to University of Calcutta) Daniel Schoeni (University of Nottingham; U.S. Air Force); Nazia Shaikh (University of Leicester); Andre Sinanan (BPP Law School; Barrister, Trinidad & Tobago); Meixian Song (University of Southampton; Attorney, China); Godwin Tan, Oleg Voronin (Tomsk State University, Deputy Head of the Law Institute).