2017 Faculty for “Traditional” Format Courses (each course required)

Nathan Chapman joined the Georgia Law faculty in the fall of 2013 as an assistant professor teaching Law & Ethics of Lawyering, Law & Religion and Georgia Practice. Chapman came to UGA from Stanford Law School, where he served as the executive director of the Constitutional Law Center. He taught Freedom of the Press in U.S. & Latin America, for which he was given the Knight Favorite Professor Award by the John S. Knight Journalism Fellows Class of 2012. Chapman writes in constitutional law, with an emphasis on the relationship of structure and procedural rights, and the First Amendment. He also writes on theology and law. He previously served as a litigation associate for Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr in Washington, D.C., and as a judicial clerk for Judge Gerald B. Tjoflat of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Belmont Universityhis master’s degree from Duke Divinity School and his law degree from Duke Law School, where he was an articles editor on the Duke Law Journal and was awarded the Faculty Award for Legal Theory and the Justin Miller Award for Intellectual Curiosity.

Stefan Enchelmaier, Professor Enchelmaier studied law, philosophy, and Latin at the Universities of Cologne, Hamburg, and Edinburgh. He obtained his doctorate from the University of Bonn with a thesis on European competition law. In addition to practicing law, he has held posts in Oxford (1997-2003); Max-Planck-Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition Law, Munich (2003-2008); and York (2008-2013). This will be his first year teaching in our program.

2017 Faculty for Supervised Research Tutorial (students to take one of the four)

Roderick Murray Bagshaw Fellow and Tutor in Law, Magdalen College, Oxford since 2002: former Visiting Associate Professor, National University of Singapore; served as Tutor and Fellow at Mansfield College, Oxford from 1994-2002; Visiting Professor of Law, Florida State University in 2001; and Lecturer in Law, Jesus College, Oxford from 1992 to 1994. B.A. (Hons) Jurisprudence (First Class) Magdalen College, Oxford, proxime accessit, Martin Wronker Law Prize, B.C.L. (First Class), University of Oxford. Author of many books and articles on a range of private law topics, including torts, evidence, and piracy.

Nicholas Bamforth Professor Bamforth, BCL. MA (Oxon) is a member of the Oxford Law faculty and Fellow in Law at the Queen’s College, Oxford. He is an internationally renowned human rights scholar and noted expert in British public law. He has twice been a visiting Hauser Global Research Fellow at New York University, and is a frequent participant in our program.

Elizabeth Fisher Tutorial Fellow in Law, Corpus Christi College, Oxford; CUF Lecturer in Law, University of Oxford; former Lecturer in Law and Acting Director for Centre for Environmental Law at University of Southampton; Visiting Professor, Florida State University Law School (Summer/Fall 2001); LL.B., University of New South Wales (Australia), D.Phil., Oxford. Editor of one book and author of more than 30 articles or book chapters on Environmental Law, Risk Regulation, and related subjects.

Nazila Ghanea Dr. Nazila Ghanea is Associate Professor in International Human Rights Law at the University of Oxford. She serves as Associate Director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub and is a Fellow of Kellogg College (BA Keele, MA Leeds, PhD Keele, MA Oxon). She serves as a member of the OSCE Panel of Experts on Freedom of Religion or Belief and on the Board of Trustees of the independent think tank, the Universal Rights Group. She has been a visiting academic at a number of institutions including Columbia and NYU, and previously taught at the University of London and Keele University, UK and in China. Nazila’s research spans freedom of religion or belief, freedom of expression, women’s rights, minority rights and human rights in the Middle East. Her publications include nine books, five UN publications as well as a number of journal articles and reports. Her research has been funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Board, the UK Economic and Social Research Council, Open Society and the QNRF. She has been invited to address UN expert seminars on seven occasions. From 2012-2014 she is co-leading a research team to look at the Domestic Impact of UN Treaty Ratification in the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council. From 2010-2013 she was part of a research term investigating ‘Religion and Belief, Discrimination and Equality in England and Wales: Theory, Policy and Practice’ (2010-2013). She has also received a number of university scholarships and academic awards. Nazila has acted as a human rights consultant/expert for a number of governments, the UN, UNESCO, OSCE, Commonwealth, Council of Europe and the EU. She has facilitated international human rights law training for a range of professional bodies around the world, lectured widely and carried out first hand human rights field research in a number of countries including Malaysia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom. She is a regular contributor to the media on human rights matters.

Barbara Havelková completed her first degree in law at the Charles University in Prague and holds an LL.M. from Europa-Institut, Saarland University. She obtained a DPhil from Oxford for her research on “Gender in law under and after State Socialism: the example of the Czech Republic”. Barbara previously held posts at University of Cambridge (Emmanuel College) and Oxford (Balliol). She worked for Clifford Chance Prague, trained at the Legal Service of the European Commission and in the Chambers of AG Poiares Maduro at the Court of Justice of the European Union. She was an academic visitor at several law schools, including Harvard University and University of Michigan as a Fulbright scholar.

Keith Hawkins Fellow and Tutor in Law, Oriel College; Professor of Law & Society, University of Oxford. Former Deputy Director, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford. Former Member, Parole Board for England and Wales; Visiting Fellow, U.S. National Institute of Justice; Visiting Professor of Law at the University of Texas and The Ohio State University; University of Oxford-Ohio State University Summer Law Program 1989-2000. LL.B. Birmingham; Diploma in Criminology, M.A., Ph.D. Cambridge; M.A., D.Phil. Oxford.