Ermal FrasheriAugust 30, 2018
Ermal Frasheri finished his doctoral studies, S.J.D, at Harvard Law School, where he worked in the areas of law and international development, international law, European integration, and social and political theories. His dissertation, titled “Of Knights and Squires: European Union and the Modernization of Albania,” examined the relationship between regional integration and development in the framework of the European Union enlargement strategy. He has written papers on legal reform, international law, financial services, and European integration. His current research focuses on the modes of reproduction of hierarchies and inequalities in international law, migration, property rights and economic development. Apart from his research, he has taught International Trade Law at Sturm College of Law, Public International Law at Babson College, European Union Law at New England Law – Boston, a series of workshops on Law and Development at Harvard Law School, and have been a teaching fellow in Harvard College, where he has taught tutorials on social studies, international relations, democracy, European integration, political corruption, and comparative politics. Since 2015, he teaches a seminar on Law and Corruption at Sturm College of Law, Denver University.