Via New York University School of Law, we have word of the Samuel I. Golieb Fellows in Legal History for the 2019-20 academic year. They are Andrea Scoseria Katz and Mina E. Khalil.
Andrea Scoseria Katz holds a J.D. from Yale Law School and a Ph.D. in Political Science from Yale University. After graduation, she clerked for Judge András Sajó on the European Court of Human Rights and Judge Michael A. Ponsor on the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts. Her dissertation is titled "The President and His Labyrinth: Checks and Balances in the New Pan-American Presidentialism." Other recent work will appear this spring in the International Journal of Constitutional Law.
Mina E. Khalil is a graduate of Harvard Law School and a current Ph.D. candidate at the University of Pennsylvania, in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization. His research focuses on the modern legal, social, and political history of the Middle East and draws on intensive periods of work, study, and teaching in Egypt, among other countries. He is the author of "Early Modern Constitutionalism in Egypt and Iran," which appeared in the UCLA Journal of Islamic and Near Eastern Law in 2016,