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Current Visiting Fellows

Read the profiles of some of our current and recent visiting fellows, and find out more about their research backgrounds and interests.

School of Law and Social Justice Visiting Fellows 2021-22 (Online)

Portrait of Visiting Fellow, Cameron Duff

Cameron Duff

Cameron Duff is an Associate Professor at the Centre for People, Organisation and Work in the College of Business and Law at RMIT University in Melbourne. Cameron’s major areas of research interest explore the role of social innovation in driving social change in the community and not-for-profit sectors, with a focus on mental health care, substance use treatment and social housing. He is particularly interested in organisational strategies including the role of workforce development and program design and leadership in the delivery of innovative health and social programs. Cameron regularly collaborates with national and international research partners, and he publishes the results of this research in the top international journals in organisational studies, health and social care, sociology, geography and planning, public health and medical anthropology.

Current funded projects

Cameron Duff is currently leading a large multi-site, multi-year study funded by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) Inquiry Program exploring pathways out of institutional settings for individuals with a history of housing insecurity. Working with colleagues at the University of New South Wales, Curtin University and the University of Tasmania, the program involves three linked projects; one exploring experiences of people leaving residential treatment for mental health conditions; another exploring experiences exiting custodial settings; and a third project exploring transitions from out of home care. With colleagues, Cameron has also been successful in securing funding support through the Australian Research Council for a Linkage project exploring organisational responses to mental health problems in the workplace. This research commenced in June 2020, and will conclude in mid 2023.

 


 

Fellows - Ioannis Kampourakis portrait

Ioannis Kampourakis

Ioannis Kampourakis is a Postdoctoral Researcher at Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam, working under the theme 'The Rule of Law in the Face of Rising Private Powers'. Ioannis' areas of research include international law, legal theory, and political economy, with a focus on social and environmental sustainability in transnational economic governance. Drawing from the governance and regulation of Global Value Chains, Ioannis attempts to map and analyze the transformations in the form and function of law in contemporary supply chain capitalism. His work has been published in a number of international journals, including the Journal of Law and Political Economy, the Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, Transnational Legal Theory, and Regulation & Governance.

Human Rights Under Pressure

Prior to joining ESL, Ioannis held postdoctoral positions at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford, and at the Edmond J Safra Center for Ethics, Tel Aviv University. He has also been a Visiting Professor at Tel Aviv University, a Visiting Lecturer at the Riga Graduate School of Law, and a Postdoctoral Associate at the University of Oxford. Ioannis holds a PhD in Law from the Free University of Berlin, where he studied as a stipendiary Fellow of the international doctoral program, 'Human Rights Under Pressure'. He also holds a Master's in Public Law from Université Paris I-Sorbonne and an LLB from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

 


 

Portrait of Visiting Fellow, Amal Sethi

Amal Sethi

Amal Sethi is a Senior Fellow at the Faculty of Law, University of Hamburg, where he researches and teaches on comparative constitutional studies with an emphasis on courts, constitutions, and democracy. Amal's current research is largely funded by the Hamburg Research Academy within the University of Hamburg Excellence Strategy. His other past and present professional affiliations include the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard University, the Legal Priorities Project, and the National Law School of India University.

Amal has been involved in several consultancy and advisory roles with different governmental and inter-governmental agencies ranging from USAID and the US Department of Commerce to UNESCO, UNDP, UN Women, UNHCHR, and The SDG Fund. In addition, he has advised sovereign governments on constitution-making and at international tribunals.

Published work

Amal's work is published/forthcoming in The Journal of Federalism, Indian Law Review, American Journal of Comparative Law, Modern Law Review, I·CONnect-Clough Center Global Review of Constitutional Law, Keele Law Review, Asia Pacific Law Review, Routledge Handbook on the Law of Greater China, National Law School of India Review, The University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, The University of Missouri Kansas City Law Review, among others.

Amal obtained his Doctorate and Masters in Law from the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. During his time at The University of Pennsylvania, Amal was appointed as a Legal Writing Fellow, a Salzburg Cutler Fellow, and The Global Women Leadership Fellow. Additionally, he received his Bachelor of Laws from the Government Law College, Mumbai, where he graduated as a recipient of the Best Student Award and the Nivedita Nathany Award for Academic Excellence and Leadership.

 


 

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