Nina Louisa Lorenz
Raoul Wallenberg Institute
Nina-Louisa Lorenz is Visiting Senior Researcher at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (on leave). She received her Doctorate/JSD (in international law) from Stanford University, her JSM (in international law) from Stanford University, and a LL.M. (in European Law) from Lund University. She also holds the German Bar Exam. Nina-Louisa Lorenz was Senior Lecturer at the Institute. She acted as course director in the Master Programme in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law for courses, such as Advanced Human Rights, Human Rights in the Field, and Human Rights in the European Context. She had also served as Managing Director of the Master Programme in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law and EMA Director for Lund. She also taught in several other courses, mainly on the European Convention on Human Rights or theory of human rights law. Nina-Louisa Lorenz was chair/ speaker on several international conferences. Her research focuses on human rights law, legal culture, comparative law and European law. She is author of the book, The Legal Culture of the European Court of Human Rights , (Martinus Nijhoff publishers, 2007).- Reviewed by Zdenék Kühn in 58 American Journal of Comparative Law (2010) at 208 and by David Nelken in 15 European Public Law (2009) at 447. – She is Co-Author of The European Human Rights Culture: The Paradox of Human Rights Protection in Europe , (Martinus Nijhoff publishers, 2013). With a pre-study on European Human Rights Culture, she was member of the Harvard Stanford International Junior Faculty Forum (2008).