About Professor Wojciech Sadurski

I am excited by legal history and legal theory and believe we need to understand our past to be able to understand our future.

Professor Sadurski is a committed and passionate scholar who believesd in the importance of identifying intersections between law, philosophy and morality.

Wojciech Sadurski, PhD (Warsaw) 1977, is Challis Professor of Jurisprudence at the University of Sydney Law School. He taught at several universities around the world including in the United States (Cornell Law School, Cardozo Law School) and in Europe (Trento, Paris, Warsaw), and was Professor of Legal Theory and Philosophy of Law in the European University Institute in Florence (1999-2009). He specialises in philosophy of law, political theory, constitutional theory and comparative constitutional law; his most recent books include Rights Before Courts: A Study of Constitutional Courts in Postcommunist States of Central and Eastern Europe (Springer 2005) and Equality and Legitimacy (Oxford University Press 2008).  Member of a number of governing and programme bodies of think tanks and NGOs dealing with human rights and democracy promotion, he is currently Chairman of Academic Advisory Board of the Community of Democracies.

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