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Kristi Joamets

Kristi Joamets

Kristi Joamets

Kristi Joamets (PhD) is a law programme director and a senior lecturer teaching constitutional law, foundations of law, comparative family law and legal research. She is a Head of the Committee for Handling the Violations of Academic Practice and Contemptible Behaviour School of Business and Governance and a member of the Council of School of Business and Governance. Her research consentrates on the development of legal regulation in a changing society and conflict of cultures in social law, family law, constitutional rights, labour relations, and their interaction to the techological development.

Evhen Tsybulenko

Evhen Tsybulenko

Evhen Tsybulenko

Evhen Tsybulenko (Ukrainian: Євген Цибуленко) (born 21 October 1972 in Simferopol, Ukraine) is an Estonian legal scholar of Ukrainian descent. He was a founder and director of the Tallinn Law School's Human Rights Centre at the Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia) (2007-2014). Evhen Tsybulenko had been elected professor of Law (2005) and had been appointed as a Chair of International and Comparative Law department at Audentes University. Since 2010 he has been a researcher at TalTech Tallinn Law School. E. Tsybulenko is a professor (2009) at Kyiv International University. He is also an adjunct (visiting) professor and Senior visiting mentor of Joint Command and General Staff Course (JCGSC) at Baltic Defence College. Evhen Tsybulenko graduated from Kiev National University (LL.M. - 1996, Ph.D. in International Law 2000). He has conducted postdoctoral research at the International Human Rights Law Institute of De Paul University in Chicago (2002), and has worked at the International Committee of the Red Cross and in Kyiv International University. Tsybulenko has published more than 40 scientific books and articles and more than 200 general-interest articles, comments and interviews in 15 countries, mainly in Russian or Ukrainian, but also in English. His articles and interviews were translated into Estonian, Finnish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, French, Georgian, Arabic, Serbian and other languages. He took part in preparation of commentaries and recommendation on draft law concerning the protection of Red Cross and Red Crescent symbolic in Ukraine, which was adopted in July 1999, as well as on the draft new Criminal Code of Ukraine (the war crimes chapter). Evhen Tsybulenko was an external expert of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Estonian Red Cross, Estonian Integration Commission, Directorate-General for Education and Culture of European Commission and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). He was a lecturer at Warsaw International Humanitarian Law (IHL) International Summer Academy, Baltic Summer Academy, and Commonwealth of Independent States Summer School on IHL. In December 2009 Tsybulenko acquired Estonian citizenship for achievements of special merit.

Agnes Kasper

 

Agnes Kasper

Agnes Kasper

Dr Agnes Kasper (BA, MA, PhD) is a senior lecturer at the TalTech Law School of Tallinn University of Technology. Previously she served at embassies, human rights organizations and she was leading the legal department in an IT consultancy and development company. As a lawyer she has practical experience in IT law, intellectual property protection, data protection and privacy, tax law, labor law, contract law, administrative law and litigation. Her research focuses on regulatory aspects of cyber security, in particular she is interested in emerging technologies. In 2015 the Estonian Ministry of Defence awarded Agnes Kasper with the first prize for her doctoral thesis „Multi-Level Analytical Frameworks for Supporting Cyber Security Legal Decision Making“ .

Kaido Künnapas

 

Kaido Künnapas

Kaido Künnapas

Kaido Künnapas (PhD) is a senior lecturer and head of the defence committe at Law School of Tallinn University of Technology. Kaido obtained his doctoral degree from the University of Tartu Law Scool in 2016, focusing on tax law and human rights. He has written many scientific articles and book chapters on tax law, procedural law and crypto assets, focusing to digital economy sector. As a practicing lawyer since 2010, he has been working with international law firms in variety of fields of law, such as international and Estonian tax law, public procurement law, procedural law, financial law and investment law. Currently he is practicing law in Sorainen Law Firm's tax team which has for several times received the award of Baltic States Tax Firm of the Year, issued by International Tax Review. Being advisor for several landmark cases in Estonian technology sector, Kaido has valuable practical experience in the areas of business law and taxation. His research focuses on domestic and international taxation in the digital economy sector as well as legal engineering in the field of taxation and law in general.

David Ramiro Troitino

DAVID RAMIRO TROITINO

David Ramiro Troitino

David Ramiro Troitino started his studies at the University of Salamanca in Social History focus on development of societies. He obtained there also a PhD on European Union Studies, in a prestigious program led by outstanding scholars, members of the EU Wiseman Council. He also obtained two other bachelors in International Relations and Economics in TalTech, providing him with a multidisciplinary vision of his main topic of research, the European Union. David Ramiro Troitino has led several projects related to the EU and has obtained a Jean Monnet Module. Also has organized several conferences with former members of the European Parliament, one study visit to the European Parliament and one study visit to the European institutions in Brussels (Commission, council, EAAS, etc.) He has been teaching in the University of Salamanca, Spain and in several universities in Estonia (Tartu, Concordia, Audentes, TalTech). He has organize also several activities related to the European Union and publish papers with students in this field in the framework of a research group, including student trips to conferences to present papers.

Antonius Johannes Hubertus Notermans

Antonius Johannes Hubertus Notermans

Antonius Johannes Hubertus Notermans

Antonius Notermans has studies political science at the University of Amsterdam, the Freie Universität Berlin and MIT. He currently works at the Tallinn University of Technology.

Tatjana Evas-Peeters

Tatjana Evas-Peeters

Tatjana Evas-Peeters

Tatjana Evas,  Dr. jur  (Germany, Bremen), summa cum laude, ‘Bremer Studienpreis 2011’ award for the best PhD thesis in social science and humanities; LL.M, Latvia (with distinction); LL.B, Estonia, is Associate Professor of European Union and Comparative Law.  Her previous academic experience includes Global Governance Programme at the European University Institute (Florence, Italy), Jean Monnet Center for European Studies (Bremen, Germany), Riga Graduate School of Law (Latvia) and Columbia Law School (New York, USA). In addition to academic experience Evas has more than 10 years of experience in expert policy analysis for various international organizations including EU DG on the Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, EU Fundamental Rights Agency and the UNHCR.

Peeter Müürsepp

Peeter Müürsepp

Peeter Müürsepp

Peeter Müürsepp obtained his first academic degree (equivalent to MSc) from the University of Tartu in mathematics in 1984. In 1992 he received MPhil from the same university and defended the degree of Doctor of Humanities in Philosophy at Vilnius University in 2002. He has held numerous administrative positions at different private universities in Estonia as well as at Tallinn University of Technology, teaching and doing research at the same time. He has been teaching and doing research at different universities all over the world, including for instance London School of Economics & Political Science. Since 2011 he is the Chairperson of The Estonian Association of the History and Philosophy of Science and has served two terms as the President of the corresponding Baltic Association. In 2016 he was elected corresponding member of the International Academy of the History of Science. In addition to Associate Professorship at TalTech he is adjunct faculty member at the Estonian Art University and Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University.

Holger Mölder

Holger Mölder

Holger Mölder

Holger Mölder joined the Tallinn University of Technology in 2015, and currently is Associated Professor in International Relations at the Department of Law and Head of Master’s Program in International Relations and European-Asian Studies. He defended his PhD on Political Sciences in 2010 at the University of Tartu and his dissertation examined cooperative security issues in the modern security environment.  From 1995 to 2015, he served twenty years in the Estonian national defence system, first at the Ministry of Defence of Estonia, where he was involved in building-up process of the system and integration with NATO and afterwards at the Estonian National Defence College. He completed his MA degree in International Security and Civil-Military Relations at the US Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey CA. He also graduated the Estonian School of Diplomacy in 1995. His research interests include international security issues, including Baltic security, Middle Eastern security, European security, but also security cultures and culture of fear in international relations and he has written on Latin American issues. Recently he has been involved in several projects related to strategic communication, information warfare and hybrid warfare. Since 2018, he is a member of international research network COST Action CA15101, Comparative Analysis of Conspiracy Theories.

Pawan Kumar Dutt

Pawan Dutt

Pawan Kumar Dutt

Pawan Dutt is a lecturer in the Chair of Law and Technology at Tallinn University of Technology. He teaches Intellectual Property Law. His educational background includes Bachelor´s degrees in Chemistry and in Law (both from the University of Mumbai, India) and a Master of Arts in Law from Tallinn University of Technology. He is a doctoral student in Estonian Business School. He is an advocate and solicitor and is a member of various law associations in India. He is registered as a Patent Attorney in the Indian Patent Office. He has practiced law since 1998. His areas of research are Intellectual Property Law and Competition Law and he has various publications related to these topics. He has been involved in several international projects concerning the study of this field and funded by USAID and the European Union, both within and outside Europe.

Vlad Alex Vernygora

Vlad Alex Vernygora

Vlad Alex Vernygora

Vlad Vernygora is a DSocSc candidate at the University of Lapland (Finland) and lecturer in International Relations at the TalTech’s Department of Law. His research interests include contemporary political empires, Europe’s interactions with the Asia-Pacific, the EU and its neighborhood, the Belt and Road Initiative, and neo-regionalism.

Maria Claudia Solarte-Vasquez

 

Maria Claudia Solarte Vasquez

  • Senior Lecturer
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