Jernej Letnar Černič is Associate Professor of Human Rights Law at the Graduate School of Government and European Studies (Ljubljana and Kranj, Slovenia)
Jernej is Associate Professor of Human Rights Law at the Graduate School of Government and European Studies (Ljubljana and Kranj, Slovenia), Senior Research Associate at gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (United Kingdom) and Senior Research Fellow at the University Institute of European Studies – IUSE (Turin, Italy). He graduated from University of Ljubljana with the France Prešeren award. He completed his Ph.D. in Human Rights Law in 2009 at the University of Aberdeen. He holds Diploma in Human Rights Law from the European University Institute and Diplome de droit international et de Droit compare des Droits de l’Homme (merit) from René Cassin Institut International des droits de l’homme. He served on the management board of the European Union Fundamental Rights Agency (2012-2017). Jernej has worked in the European Ombudsman’s Office, the Superior Court of the Republic of Slovenia, the International Criminal Court, University of Aberdeen, University of Lund, New York University and European University Institute. He has been a principal researcher on several national and European project. He has written extensively on human rights law and international law. Jernej has published articles on human rights, public international law, international criminal law, corporate and investment law, criminal law and European law in Slovenian, English, Italian, Romanian, Spanish and Swedish language. His works have been cited in reports by the United Nations, European Parliament and the Council of Europe and in academic studies from around the world.
Stay tuned for news on sustainable development, environment and climate change, international trade and human rights, Chinese issues and much more!
98 Hornchurch Road, Hornchurch, Essex, United Kingdom
A monthly newsletter of the best gLAWCAL publications.
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form