Notes on Contributors

Kalu Kingsley Anele is a Research Fellow at Cultural Heritage
Preservation Research Institute, Pusan National University, Busan,
South Korea. He was a Research Fellow at the Nigerian Institute of
Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS), Lagos, Nigeria, where he co-authored
a book titled Restatement of Customary in Nigeria and co-edited a
book titled Class Action: Practice and Procedure Essays in Honour of
Professor Epiphany Azinge, Ph.D., SAN, OON, both books published
by NIALS. He was a member of Oyo State Law Review Committee.
Kalu has participated in the Justice4All Project in Nigeria sponsored
by the United Kingdom Government’s Department for International
Development and Managed by the British Council. Kalu graduated
from Imo State University, Owerri, Nigeria.
Abdullah Al Hayyan is an associate professor and current Associate
Dean at Kuwait University, School of Law. Additionally, Dr. Al Hayyan
is active in the domestic and international sports law communities,
acting chairman of the FINA Legal Committee, a member of the legal
commission of the Association of the National Olympic Committees
(ANOC), and Chairman of the legal committee of the Arabian Gulf
Cup football Federation, as well as a board member at Court of
Arbitration for Sports. Dr. Al Hayyan earned is LL.B. and LL.M. from
Kuwait university, and his PhD from the University of Wales PhD. He
currently practices as a partner in the International Legal Group in
association with Baker & Botts.
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
of Oslo. He has delivered lectures in many universities, including

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