Juha Tuovinen, LL.M.

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (Subsahara-Afrika)

Projektaktivitäten

Somalia

Andere Aktivitäten und Forschungsinteressen

Verfassungsrecht, Theorie des Verfassungsrechtes

Beruflicher und akademischer Werdegang

Seit 7/2017 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Max-Planck-Stiftung für Internationalen Frieden und Rechtsstaatlichkeit gGmbH

Seit 09/2012 Doktorand, Europäisches Hochschulinstitut Florenz (Italien), Promotionsthema: "Proportionality and Deference: Constitutional Rights and the Separation of Powers"

2010–2012 Forschungsmitarbeiter, South African Institute for Advanced Constitutional Law (SAIFAC), University of Johannesburg, UJ, (Südafrika)

01/2010–06/2010 Ausländischer Forschungsreferendar, Verfassungsgericht der Republik Südafrika, Johannesburg (Südafrika)

2007–2008 LL.M. Rechtswissenschaften, European Academy of Legal Theory, Brüssel (Belgien)

2006–2007 LL.M. Völkerrecht, Universiteit Leiden (Niederlande)

2005–2006 Paris IV: Sorbonne Cours de Civilisation et Langue Française de la Sorbonne, Paris (Frankreich)

2002–2005 LL.B. Recht und Politik, University of Wales, Cardiff (Vereinigtes Königreich)

Publikationen

  • Theory, Practice and the Legal Enterprise, in South African Public Law 25 (SAPL), 2011 S. 544–566. (mit David Bilchitz)
  • The Role of International Law in Constitutional Adjudication: Glenister v President, in: South African Law Journal, Vol. 4 2013, S. 661–672.
  • What to Do with International Law? Three Flaws in Glenister, in Constitutional Court Review, 2014, S. 435–449.

Teilnahme an Konferenzen

2017 UCL Postgraduate and Early Career Conference, UCL. Paper: 'Balancing, the Margin of Appreciation and European Consensus: Why the European Court of Human Rights Does Not Rely on European Consensus in Article 8-11, Why It Should, and How To Fix the Situation'

2017 Cambridge International and European Law Conference, Cambridge University. Paper: 'A Transformation in the Reasoning of the European Court of Human Rights?'

2016 Sixth YLS Annual Doctoral Conference. Yale Law School, Paper: 'A Phenomenology of Deference in Proportionality' 2016 Católica Graduate Legal Research Conference, Universidade Católica, Paper: 'A Phenomenology of Deference in Proportionality'

2016 ICON-S Jahreskonferenz, Humbold Universität zu Berlin, Paper: 'The UK Supreme Court on Deprivation of Citizenship: Feast of Pham-ine'

2015 ICON-S Annual Conference, NYU School of Law, Paper: 'Balancing religious rights - The role of the separation of powers'

2014 The Legitimacy of International Courts and Tribunals, University of Oslo, Paper: 'Proportionality-Based Review and International Courts'

2014 Doctoral Training Course, European University Institute, Paper: 'Proportionality-Based Review and International Courts'

2013 Constitutional Court Review Workshop, Wits Business School, Paper: 'What to Do with International Law? Three Flaws in Glenister'

2011 Symposium Religious Rights and Freedoms, University of Johannesburg, Paper: 'Islamic Headscarves - A Comparison of the Jurisprudence of the South African Constitutional Court and the ECHR'

Mitgliedschaften

ICON*S (International Society of Public Law)

Verschiedenes

  • Assistant Editor International Journal of Constitutional Law 2014-2016
  • Assistant Editor Constitutional Court Review