Yash Ghai

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Professor Yash Ghai, "CBE, MA, DCL (Oxon), LLM (Harvard) is a renowned scholar in constitutional law. His interests include both human rights and ethnic conflicts. He has published extensively in this area, as well as on the law in many developing countries, especially in Africa and the Pacific. He has advised many governments and other bodies on constitutional developments. In 2003 Professor Ghai was invited by the Kenya government to review its constitution which experience he had shared with us in his article entitled "A Journey Around Constitutions – Reflecting on Contemporary Constitutions", published in the 35th Anniversary publication of the Faculty (2004). He received the Distinguished Researcher Award from the University of Hong Kong in 2001." [1]

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  1. Appointment of new Heads of Department, University of Hong Kong, accessed July 24, 2008.
  2. International Advisory Board, MIT Program on Human Rights and Justice, accessed July 24, 2008.
  3. Strategic Management Plan 2008-2009, United Nations Human Rights Commission, accessed April 9, 2009.