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Yaniv Roznai-1Yaniv Roznai was a post-doctoral fellow at the Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions in 2015-16. He holds a PhD in Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), an LL.M from LSE (Distinction) in international law and LL.B. and B.A. degrees in Law and Government from the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya (Magna cum Laude).In 2013, he was a visiting student research collaborator at the Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA), Princeton University.

Prior to joining the Minerva Center, Yaniv served as a lecturer of comparative legal systems at Bar-Ilan University and of constitutional law at Carmel Academic Center, and a teaching and research assistant in the areas of constitutional and international law. He also served as an intern and a legal assistant in the Knesset’s (Israeli Parliament) legal department. Yaniv is a member of the Israeli Bar, the Israeli Public Law Association and the International Society of Public Law.

Yaniv’s scholarship focuses on constitutional and international law. His publications appeared in journals such as the American Journal of Comparative Law, International & Comparative Law Quarterly, International Journal of Constitutional Law,Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law; Wisconsin International Law Journal; Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal,Human Rights & Globalization Law Review, The California International Law Journal, and Stanford Law & Policy Review. His articles can be accessed here. Yaniv’s work was presented in numerous universities such as Yale, Princeton, Stanford,Cornell, Indiana, Washington University St. Louis,Queen Mary University, LSE, andEdinburgh. He was awarded with several scholarships and awards, such as the 2012-2014 Modern Law Review Scholarship, 2010-2013 LSE PhD Scholarship; 2010 California Bar International Law Section Annual Student Writing Competition, and 2006 IDC Annual Student Paper Competition.

In 2014, Yaniv was awarded the thesis prize of the European Group of Public Law (EGPL), which is awarded on an annual basis to the best doctoral public law thesis characterized by its European dimension. 

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