Maya Hertig Randall holds a Ph.D. from the University of Fribourg, a first class LL.M. degree from the University of Cambridge and was admitted to the Geneva bar in 2002. She joined the Law Faculty of the University of Geneva as Professor of constitutional law in 2007. Previously she had been a junior and senior research fellow, and later Assistant Professor of European and International Economic Law, at the University of Bern. Moreover, she was a visiting scholar at the Central European University in Budapest and the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Her main fields of research and publications are on international and comparative human rights, in particular freedom of speech and religious freedom, judicial review, international constitutionalism and federalism as well as diversity accommodation. Maya Hertig Randall is a member of the Swiss Federal Commission Against Racism and co-director of the Certificate of Advanced Studies in Human Rights at the University of Geneva.
This biography is from: http://www.unige.ch/droit/collaborateurs/?maya_hertig last accessed 24 April 2014.