The Graduate Conference takes place during the Law School’s Intensive Doctoral Week that runs from 18 to 22 June 2018 at Sciences Po in Paris. We seek to create an academic environment to enable cross-cultural and interdisciplinary conversations in order to critically engage with the issues surrounding Law and Disruption.
The conference will start in the morning of the 20 June 2018. Prominent scholars will open the event before the panel debates, workshops and seminars where participants will be invited to converse with their peers. The Graduate Conference will be followed by a cocktail party in the evening.
The organisation committee of Sciences Po Law School 7th Graduate Conference is composed as follows:
Mohamed ABDELSALAM (Judge, Egyptian Council of State) is a PhD candidate at Sciences Po Law School. He is conducting a comparative research on Judicial Interpretations of human rights under the constitutional Sharia Principles and International obligations, under the supervision of Professor Guillaume Tusseau.
Bastien CHARAUDEAU SANTOMAURO is a Franco-Argentinian doctoral candidate at Sciences Po Law School. He works under the supervision of Professor Jeremy Perelman on an interdisciplinary analysis of the linkages between security, borders and migrants, and their effect on the migrant condition through the case-study of the Franco-Italian border.
Joachim-Nicolas HERRERA is a Ph. candidate in Law, working under the supervision of Professor Louis Assier-Andrieu and Professor Christophe Jamin. His research focuses on the intersection of law, anthropology and economics. He examines in particular how economic and algorithmic reasoning affects legal rationality and normativity.
Louis IMBERT, a French-American national, Louis Imbert is writing his doctoral dissertation under the supervision of Professor Guillaume Tusseau on the jurisprudential construction of a constitutional status of the foreigner in several legal systems (United States, France, Spain, European Union and European Convention on Human Rights).
Darina PETROVA is a PhD candidate at Sciences Po Law School. Her research, supervised by Professors Jean d’Aspremont and Emmanuelle Tourme-Jouannet, focuses on ecological transformation of international law based on an alternative epistemological and ontological foundation. Prior to undertaking research, she worked as a legal advisor for Environment Directorate of OECD, International Court of Justice and the United Nations Department of Political Affairs.
Alessandro PETTI’s main research interests include the external relations of the European Union, the Euro crisis law, and the EU’s role in global governance. At Sciences Po he has started a Ph.D. project on EU Integration without Membership under the supervision of Professor Loïc Azoulai.
Ayse Gizem YASAR is a PhD Candidate at Sciences Po Law School in Paris. Her PhD research focuses on the question of how to achieve symbiosis between disruptive innovation and competition law. She has published on various contemporary issues in competition law, including enforcement issues in multisided markets and the crossroads between data protection and competition law.