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Christopher McCrudden

Christopher McCrudden joined the University of Michigan Law School faculty in 2001.  

Biography

Professor J. Christopher McCrudden teaches in the areas of international, European, and comparative human rights, and is interested in the relationship between international economic law and labor rights. He is currently writing a book entitled: Buying Social Justice about the relationship between public procurement and equality. He is Fellow and Tutor in Law, at Lincoln College, Oxford; Professor of Human Rights Law in the University of Oxford; a non-practicing Barrister-at-Law (Gray’s Inn); and an Overseas Affiliated Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School. McCrudden holds an LL.B. from Queen’s University, Belfast, an LL.M. from Yale, and a D. Phil. from Oxford. He specializes in human rights (international, European and comparative), and currently concentrates on issues of equality and discrimination, and the relationship between international economic law and human rights. He is a member of editorial boards of several journals, including European Public Law, the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, the International Journal of Discrimination and the Law, and the Journal of International Economic Law, as well as being co-editor of the Law in Context series, and he serves on the European Commission’s Expert Network on the Application of the Gender Equality Directives, and is a scientific director of the European Commission's network of experts on non-discrimination. He is also a member of the Procurement Board for Northern Ireland.
 
 
 

 
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