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3IPEP Team

University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines:
Sandrine Clavel, Professor at the Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines / Paris Saclay, Honorary Dean of the Faculty of Law and Political Science, President of the Conference of Deans of Law and Political Science.
Her research and practice fields are Private International Law and Transnational Commercial Law, with a focus on international contracts, transnational inter-firms cooperation and international litigation and arbitration. She is now developing new research related to ethics in International Business Law. Sandrine is the general coordinator of the 3IPEP Project.

Patrick Jacob, Professor of Law at the University of Versailles-Saint-Quentin / Paris-Saclay, Vice-Dean in Charge of International Affairs.
He has taught in various institutions in France (Sciences Po, Paris-Dauphine, Strasbourg, etc.) and abroad (Monash, UC Louvain). He teaches public international law, with a special emphasis on international economic law and more precisely on international investment law and arbitration. He also intervenes in the Paris-Saclays’s master program on Human rights law, in which he teaches the law of international responsibility. He has published various articles dealing with the law of international responsibility, international institutional law or international internet law.

Harald Schraeder, Director of the International Relations Department
He has been working since 2002 in the field of Higher Education Policy and Higher Education Administration. Harald’s experience includes being policy advisor for Questions of Quality Assurance for the German Rectors’ Conference, the Hochschulrektorenkonferenz (HRK). He was also a policy advisor in the French conference of University Rectors where he was a part of the group of French Bologna experts, advising all French Universities in the implementation of Bologna reforms, including QA. He has been the head of International Relations offices in various French Universities, and was actively involved in several international projects in the field of Internationalization of Higher Education. Harald left UVSQ in 2020.
Patrick Wold, Junior Project Manager in Charge of International Training Projects Department of International Relations at the Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
He has a Bachelor degree in International Studies and History from the University of Alaska Anchorage and is currently pursuing a Master degree in European projects at the Université de Cergy-Pontoise. Patrick Wold is responsible for the coordination of european and international projects. Patrick Wold has been maanging the project until September 2020.

Riga Graduate School of Law:

Ineta Ziemele, President of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Latvia, Professor of Public International Law and Litigation at the European Court of Human Rights.
She is a full-time Professor of International Law at Riga Graduate School of Law. She has a PhD in Law from the University of Cambridge with a dissertation on State Continuity and Nationality in the Baltic States: International and Constitutional Law Issues. In 2012, she was elected as the President of a Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights. Since 2017, Ineta Ziemele serves as a President of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Latvia.
Ineta Ziemele has published books on international law and human rights in Latvia and abroad, has been an editor and co-author of books, and has written tens of articles. The research conducted by Ineta Ziemele covers an extensive range of international and constitutional law, and human rights. 

Anastasija Kaplane, International Projects Manager
She is an International Projects Manager at Riga Graduate School of Law. She has a Bachelor degree in Law and Diplomacy. Anastasija is responsible for coordination of international projects, such as the Advanced and the Intensive Programme in European Law and Economics, Latvian Experience in Transparency and Anti-Corruption for Central Asia and Legal Challenges in International Investments, Indigenous Peoples and Environment Protection.

Gudmundur Alfredsson, Law Professor at the University of Akureyri and at the China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing, Editor-in-Chief of the Yearbook of Polar Law (with Timo Koivurova) and of the International Journal on Minority and Group Rights (both published by Brill).
He graduated from Harvard Law School in 1982. Gudmundur has been teaching at American University, the University of Greenland, the University of Lund, the Riga Graduate School of Law, and the University of Strasbourg. He was Director of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights in Lund (1995-2006), staff member with the UN Secretariat in New York and Geneva (1983-95, secretary of WGIP 1985-91), Chairman of the UN Working Group on Minorities (2006), member of the UN Sub-Commission for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights (2004-06), and chair of the expert meetings that drafted the Lund Recommendations on the Effective Participation of National Minorities in Public Affairs (OSCE 1998-99).

University of Lapland:
Soili Nysten Haarala, Professor at the University of Lapland and Dean of the Faculty of Law
She works as Professor of Commercial Law, especially Russian Commercial Law in the Faculty of Law of the University of Lapland since 2013. In 2017, she became the Dean. Earlier she worked as Professor of Civil Law at the University of Eastern Finland (2004-2012) as well as part time Professor of Legal Science at Luleå University of Technology in Sweden (2011-2016). Since 2003, Ms. Nystén-Haarala has led several international and multi-disciplinary research projects funded by the Academy of Finland, the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation (Tekes) and the Finnish Cultural Foundation. Her field of interest covers international business law, proactive contracting and legal design, Russian law and governance of natural resources. Currently with her membership in the Fulbright Arctic Initiative Sustainable Economies research team, her main field of interest is comparing benefit sharing of resource extracting industries in the Arctic, as well as Native Alaskan Corporations as business and benefit sharing entities. She has numerous publications (about 100) on Russian law, natural resource governance as well as on contract law and proactive law.

Olga Pushina, Junior Researcher

She is a Junior Researcher and a PhD Student at the faculty of Law, University of Lapland. Her research focuses on the enforcement of the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights in the Russian Federation and protection of property rights to housing. She is a contact person of the University of Lapland's team, responsible for the administrative issues of the Project. 

Ilari Hovila, Professor at the University of Lapland and Vice-Dean responsible for teaching and education

He is a Senior Lecturer (Environmental Law) at the Faculty of Law, University of Lapland. In the field of Environmental Law, he has specialized in land use and planning law and general doctrines of Environmental Law. He has recently studied e.g. legal instruments for planning large-scale environmental projects; status of everyman's right and use of common land. Dr. Hovila is the main responsible person of the Univeristy of Lapland's team in coordinating the teaching of the Project.

Tanja Joona, Doctor of Social Sciences, Associate Professor of Public International Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Lapland

Tanja Joona has been working as a Senior researcher at the Arctic Centre of the University of Lapland (2000-2019). She also has a visiting associate professor position at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) at the Arctic research Center (CER-Arctic) from 2018. Joona’s main research interests are mainly focused on the Arctic region, with comparative legal and political aspects of indigenous Sámi society and especially issues dealing with traditional livelihoods, international human rights law and identity questions in the context of justice and equality. Her PhD (2012) dealt with the implementation of ILO Convention No. 169 concerning the rights of indigenous peoples and land use questions in the Nordic countries. Tanja Joona has published a significant amount of scientific peer reviewed articles and has participated in international conferences around the world.

Additional information
For any question or suggestion regarding the project, please contact: 3IPEP.PROJECT@uvsq.fr