April 6, 2019
Edinburgh Law School professor appointed Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
A professor from Edinburgh Law School has been appointed as one of over 60 new Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in their 2019 intake.
Professor Christine Bell – who is Professor of Constitutional Law at Edinburgh Law School as well as being Assistant Principal (Global Justice) and co-director of the Global Justice Academy – is one of 62 new Fellows for 2019, and was selected due to her work and expertise in international human rights and peace processes.
Speaking about Professor Bell, the RSE, Scotland's National Academy, says, ”Bell is a leader in her field of the law on peace-making. Her work has very broad international importance. Her projects have had a major impact on peace negotiations, and have helped reframe the relationship between international and constitutional law in negotiations.”
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