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Antonios Kouroutakis

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Antonios Kouroutakis

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Professor IE Law School

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Global, Comparative and European Law

Law, Politics and Economics

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Dr. Antonios Kouroutakis is Assistant Professor at IE University in Madrid, Spain and he teaches Constitutional Law and the Regulation of New Technologies and Statrups. Dr Kouroutakis has taught a variety of law courses and conducted research at the City University of Hong Kong, the Free University of Berlin, FVG Sao Paolo, and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

Dr Kouroutakis received a DPhil in Law from University of Oxford and an LLM from UCLA School of Law. Dr. Kouroutakis’ research interests lie mainly in the field of constitutional engineering, public law and regulation.

In particular, Dr. Kouroutakis is interested in the concept of separation of powers, rule of law, emergency legislation, and the regulation of new technologies; he has published widely on these topics in international and peer reviewed journals, and his work has been cited in numerous reports.

His widely reviewed book on the ‘Constitutional Value of Sunset Clauses’ (Routledge 2016) has been quoted at the House of Commons (UK) during the debates about the inclusion of a sunset clause in the Taxation (Cross-border Trade) Bill.

Dr. Kouroutakis work has appeared at Public Law Review, Statute Law Review, Stanford Journal of International Law, Journal of High Technology Law and the Cambridge International Law Journal. Recent publications include  ‘Anti Democratic Political Parties; Models of Reaction and the Strategic Democracy’ (2018), ‘The Role of the Judiciary and the Supreme Court in the Constitution Making Process’ (2019) and ‘Doctrinal Challenges for the Legality of Smart Contracts: Lex Cryptographia or a new, ‘smart’ way to contract?’ (2019).

Furthermore, Dr. Kouroutakis’s comment and quotes has appeared at the international press at The Washington Post and ISTOE.

 

 

Academic Background: 

  • PhD in Public Law (DPhil), University of Oxford (UK)
  • Master in Law (LLM), UCLA (USA)
  • Degree in Law, Democritus University of Thrace (Greece)

 

Professional Experience:

  • Assistant Professor in Law, IE Law School, Madrid (Spain) 2017 – present
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, (Greece) January 2016-December 2016
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Free University of Berlin, (Germany) June 2015-November 2015
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, City University of Hong Kong, (China) August 2014-May 2015

 

Publications:

Books

The Constitutional Value of Sunset Clauses, Kouroutakis, Routledge, 2017

Articles

Anti Democratic Political Parties; Models of Reaction and the Strategic Democracy; A. Kouroutakis, Public Law Review Vol 29, 2018

The Hong Kong Model of Subnational Constitutionalism: an Alternative Paradigm; A. Kouroutakis, and G. Zhu, Hong Kong Law Journal, 2017

The prevailing culture over immigration: Centralised Immigration and Policies between Attrition and Accommodation; A. Kouroutakis, Seton Hall Circuit Review Vol 13, 2017

Islamic Terrorism: The Legal Impact on the Freedom of Religion in the United States and Europe; A. Kouroutakis, Boston University International Law Journal, Vol. 34, 2016

Snoozing Democracy: The De-juridification of Emergencies; Kouroutakis and S. Ranchordas Minnesota Journal of International Law Vol 25, 2016

The Provisional Constitution of the Federal Republic of Somalia: Process, Architecture and Perspectives; A. Kouroutakis, Cambridge International Law Journal Vol 4, 2014

Judges and policy making authority in the United States and the European Union; A. Kouroutakis Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law Vol 8, 2014

Forthcoming

Doctrinal Challenges for the Legality of Smart Contracts: Lex Cryptographia or a new, ‘smart’ way to contract?; A.Kouroutakis and Sai Agnikhotram Journal of High Technology Law

The Role of the Judiciary and the Supreme Court in the Constitution Making Process: the Case of Nepal; A.Kouroutakis and G. Zhu Stanford Journal of International Law

The virtues of Sunset Clauses on Constitutional Authority; A.Koutoutakis Statute Law Review