NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
Alexandra R. Harrington is assistant director and aliated faculty
at the University at Albany, State University of New York’s the Global
Institute for Health and Human Rights. She is also adjunct faculty at
Albany Law School, where her classes focus on international law topics.
Dr. Harrington serves as Lead Counsel for Cross-Cutting Legal Issues
with the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law. Her
more than three dozen publications address a variety of elds relating
to international law.
Spence Jones is the Coordinator of the e Human Rights Law
Network’s Humjinsi Initiative, which uses the legal system to advance
the rights of sexual and gender minorities in India. Prior to his role at
the Human Rights Law Network, Spence spent a year in Mumbai, India
as a Fulbright-Nehru Scholar conducting research on access to justice
for LGBT persons. Spence has published and presented his work in
journals such as C: A W S J. P and
at conferences such as the International Law & Development Research
Conference in Ostend, Belgium.
Maciej Koszowski, an alumnus of Jagiellonian University in Cracow,
is an Assistant Professor at Jan Długosz University in Częstochowa.
Professor Koszowski has written around 50 academic publications with
a main focus on legal theories and philosophy of law. He has been a
visiting researcher at Tromsø, Akureyri and Aberystwyth Universities.
Frédéric Mégret is an Associate Professor of Law at McGill University
Faculty of Law. In March 2015, he was made a William Dawson Scholar
by McGill University. He held the Canada Research Chair on the Law
of Human Rights and Legal Pluralism from 2006 to 2015. Prior to
joining the University of McGill, Professor Mégret was an Assistant
Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Toronto, a Boulton
fellow at McGill University and a research associate at the European
University Institute in Florence. Professor Mégret is the author of L
T R (Pedone, 2002).
He is currently co-editing (with Professor Philip Alston) the second
edition of T U N H R: A C
A (Oxford University Press).