Notes on Contributors

Hashem Alsharif have worked for the Permanent Mission of Saudi
Arabia to the United Nations in New York as its Legal Consultant for
Sixths Committee (Legal). Currently, Mr. Alsharif researched complex
human rights cases and issues from the UN’s perspective.
Christoper Bezemek studied Law and Philosophy at University of
Vienna and at Yale Law School. Aer teaching public law and legal
theory for several years at Vienna University of Economics and
Business (WU) he was appointed to a chair in Public Law at University
of Graz in 2016. He held visiting professorships at various institutions
in Europe, the US and Mexico. His research focuses on constitutional
law, fundamental rights, and legal and political theory.
Eisa Al-Enezy is an associate professor of international law and
former head of international law department in Kuwait Law School. In
addition to his academic position, Dr. Al-Enezy is a law practicioner
before Kuwait cassation and constitutional courts. As an international
humanitarian law expert, he has participated in ICRC’s preparatory
study of the customary norms of international law of war.
Nada Al-Duaij is an associate professor of international environmental
law at Kuwait University Law School. Ms. Al-Duaij earned her doctoral
degree in law (SJD) from Pace Law School, N.Y. Dr Nada is a practicing
lawyer who has appeared in all Kuwaiti courts in all degrees. In addition,
Dr Nada is registered as an Arbitrator within the Kuwaiti Ministry of
Claudiu Handaric is a J.D. graduate from Nova Southeastern
University, Shepard Broad College of Law in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Claudiu was born in Romania where he has experienced the oppression
of a Communist regime and the disappointment of an inecient
administration of justice. He has immigrated to the United States and
studied the law with the goal of promoting justice at the individual level.
Claudiu graduated cum laude from Nova Southeastern University,
Shepard Broad College of Law in two and a half years. He is currently
preparing for the Florida Bar Exam. While in law school, Claudiu has
received the gold distinction in the Pro Bono Honor Program, activated

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