Notes on Contributors

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NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
Emerson Gabardo is Full Professor of Administrative Law at the
Pontical Catholic University of Paraná and Associate Professor of
Administrative Law at the Law School of the Federal University of
Paraná, where he earned his PhD in State Law, with a PhD internship
at the University of Lisbon (Portugal). He was Visiting Scholar at
Fordham University School of Law (USA). He is Vice-president of the
Brazilian Institute of Administrative Law and Executive Director of the
NINC - Constitutional Investigations Center of the Federal University
of Paraná. He is Author and Editor of more than een books and has
given more than one hundred lectures in his country and over eleven
dierent countries.
Mohammed Subhan Hussain is an author and active contributing
writer at 9 Bedford Row Chambers and its associated practices, the
International Criminal Law Bureau (ICLB) and Advice, Representation
and Cases (ARC). He has extensive editorial experience, with
publications in peer-reviewed journals. He is a Legal Researcher
and Policy Ocer, assisting leading NGOs and Institutes in the eld
of national security and gender rights in South Asia and Southeast
Asia. He has a strong interest in the governance of human rights in
multicultural communities. He was also the recipient of the National
Scholarship Programme (NSP) Bursary at SOAS, University of London
and was awarded a full merit-based scholarship at BPP University Law
School. He has extensive experience in legal research, analysis, writing,
and reviewing.
Pranoto Iskandar is the founding director of the Institute for Migrant
Rights, Cianjur—Indonesia. Currently, he is codeveloping the Cornell
Comparative Farmworker Project. In addition to his role as founding
editor of the Indonesian Journal of International & Comparative Law,
he also serves at the editorial board of the International Journal of
Migration and Border Studies and an expert member of the advisory
editorial board of Border and Migration Studies Online. Previously,
he was an O’Brien Fellow in Residence at McGill Centre for Human
Rights and Legal Pluralism, the Inaugural Fellow at the Institute of Asia
and Pacic Studies at Nottingham University’s Malaysia Campus, and
Visiting Scholar at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University

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