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The Russian Constitutional Court and the European Court of Human Rights: Conflicting Conceptions of Sovereignty in Strasbourg and St. Petersburg
September 19, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
At SMU Jeffrey Kahn teaches and writes on American constitutional law, administrative law, Russian law, human rights, and counterterrorism and was a founding member of the Advisory Board for the SMU Embrey Human Rights Education Program.
His latest research has focused on the European Convention on Human Right’s influence in Russia and on U.S. national security law and the right to travel. His most recent book is Mrs. Shipley’s Ghost: The Right to Travel and Terrorist Watchlists. Among other publications, his articles have appeared in the UCLA Law Review, Michigan Law Review, Virginia Journal of International Law, and the peer-reviewed Journal of National Security Law and Policy. He has launched a new website, Watchlist Law, a clearinghouse on the latest news and litigation concerning the U.S. No Fly List. His blog posts have been featured on Lawfare, Just Security, and Concurring Opinions.
Sponsored by the Global Legal Studies Center, Human Rights Program, and the Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia
Lunch will be served on a first-come first-served basis, and may not accommodate all dietary needs so please plan accordingly. Beverages will not be provided in an effort to reduce our environmental impact.