Roman Zinigrad

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

  • Department: History and Politics
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    Grenelle

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Roman Zinigrad is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Critical Democracy Studies at AUP. He joined the D.Rad research project based at the Center and funded by the European Research Council. Roman is also a Clinical Fellow at the Sciences Po Law School where he supervises clinical research projects on education and environmental justice. His areas of research include Human Rights, Comparative Constitutional Law and Theory, as well as Law and Religion. He has published on the international right to education, on parental rights, and on constitutional law more generally. His more recent work looks at the impact of children’s rights on environmental law and the relationships of liberal regimes with illiberal minority groups.

Roman was member of the Drafting Committee of the “Abidjan Principles” (Guiding Principles on the Human Rights Obligations of States to Provide Public Education and to Regulate Private Involvement in Education) and a visiting scholar at the UCL School of Laws. He was awarded the Fox International Fellowship and the MacMillan International Dissertation Research Grant from Yale University. Roman has lectured at the Lille Catholic University Law School, the American University of Paris, Sciences Po, and at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. Before his graduate studies, he has clerked with Honorable Justice Salim Joubran at the Israel Supreme Court.

Roman Zinigrad (JSD '21, Yale Law School) earned his LLM degree at Yale Law School, and MA (Phil) and LLB degrees at Bar-Ilan University (Israel).