Gar Yein started work as a Lecturer in Law at Buckingham on 1 September 2017. She has held academic posts at Nottingham Trent University (UK), University of Exeter (UK), Central European University (Budapest, Hungary), Universities of Maastricht and Utrecht (Netherlands), and the University of Passau (Germany). She has taught broadly comparative law in the fields of constitutional law and human rights, and has taught a range of English law subjects.
Gar Yein has also been a visiting researcher at University of Oslo, MultiRights project (now PluriCourts), University College London, Institute for Social Sciences of Politics (Cachan, France), University of Utrecht, Netherlands, and IRSIG-CNR, Bologna, Italy.
Gar Yein’s most recent publications cover issues of cross-border procedures and the application of online solutions, the training of judges and the role of judges vis-a-vis the legislator from a comparative perspective.
Previously, she was an Independent Researcher in the field of Judicial Studies, with particular focus on court and justice management, public law, and procedural law particularly at the intersection between law and technology, from a comparative perspective. Gar Yein has worked on projects for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights and the Council of Europe, European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ).
Educated at the Universities of Central England (now Birmingham City), and Maastricht, she holds an LLB (Hons) in English Law, LLM in International and Comparative Law from the University of Maastricht, and a PhD “Quality of Judicial Organisation and Checks and Balances” from the University of Utrecht, Netherlands.
For more information about publications and projects, please see her website: www.garyeinng.com
- Gar Yein Ng, Quality of Judicial Organisation and Checks and Balances (Antwerp: Intersentia, 2007). ISBN: 978-90-5095-649-9.
- G.Y. Ng, “Judicialization and the End to Parliamentary Sovereignty: Shifting Paradigms in the Protection of the Rule of Law and Human Rights: UK, France and the Netherlands“, Global Journal of Comparative Law 3.1 (2014), 50-96
- G.Y. Ng, “A discipline of judicial governance?“, Utrecht Law Review 7.1 (January 2011), 102-116
- G.Y. Ng, “Quality Management in the Justice System in England and Wales“, in P. Langboek (ed.), Quality Management in Courts and in the Judicial Organisations in 8 Council of Europe Member States, CEPEJ Studies 13, 23-43. ISSN 1999-334X
- F. Henning & G.Y. Ng, “The Challenge of Collaboration- ICT Implementation Networks in Court in the Netherlands“, Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences 28 E SI/2009, 27-44
- G.Y. Ng, M. Velicogna & C. Dallara, “Monitoring and Evaluation of Courts’ Activities and Performance“, International Journal for Court Administration 1.1 (2008), 59-65
- G.Y. Ng, M. Velicogna & C. Dallara, “Monitoring and Evaluation of Courts’ Activities and Performance”, CEPEJ Report (GT-EVAL) (December 2007)
- M. Velicogna & G.Y. Ng, “Legitimacy and Internet in the Judiciary: A Lesson from the Italian Courts’ Websites Experience“, International Journal of Law and Information Technology 14.3 (2006), 370-389
- G.Y. Ng, “Testing Transborder Civil Procedures in Practice: Findings from a Simulation Experiment with the European Payment Order and the European Small Claims Procedure”, in F. Contini & G.F. Lanzara (eds), The Circulation of Agency in E-Justice: Interoperability and Infrastructures for European Trans-Border Judicial Proceedings (Dordrecht: Springer, 2013)
- G.Y. Ng & P. Langbroek, “Comparative Analysis of Ph.D Studies for Legal and Judicial Education”, in D. Piana, P. Langbroek, T. Berkmanas, O. Hammerslev & O. Pacurari (eds), Legal Education and Judicial Training in Europe: The Menu for Justice Project Report (The Hague: Eleven International Publishing, 2013)
- G.Y. Ng, “Experimenting with European Payment Order and of European Small Claims Procedure”, in F. Contini & G.F. Lanzara (eds), Building Interoperability for European Civil Proceedings Online (Bologna: CLUEB, 2013)
- G.Y. Ng, “Case Management: Procedural law v. Best Practices”, in C.H. Van Rhee & A. Uzelac (eds), Civil Justice between Efficiency and Quality: From Ius Commune to the CEPEJ (Antwerp: Intersentia, 2008) [this article was republished from another edited book below]
- G.Y. Ng, “Case Management: Procedural law v. Best Practices”, in C.H. van Rhee (ed.), Judicial Case Management and Efficiency in Civil Justice (Antwerp: Intersentia, 2008)
- P.M. Langbroek & G.Y. Ng, “Het bestuursrecht voor de rechterlijke macht”, in Liber Amicorum for Prof. J.B.J.M. ten Berge (2008)
- G.Y. Ng, “Pays Bas / Nederland”, in M. Fabri, J-P. Jean, P.M. Langbroek, H. Pauliat (eds), L’administration de la justice en Europe et l’évaluation de sa qualité (Paris: Montchrestien, 2005)
- G.Y. Ng, “Quality of Justice in the Netherlands”, in The Administration of Justice in Europe: Towards the Development of Quality Standards (IRSIG-CNR, 2003) directed by M. Fabri, P. Langbroek & H. Pauliat
- “B.J. Ostrom, C.W. Ostrom, Jr, R.A. Hanson & M. Kleiman, Trial Courts as Organisations”, International Journal of Court Administration 1.2 (October 2008)
- “Assessment of the Performance Evaluation of Judges in Moldova“, OSCE/ODIHR 27 June 2014 (contribution as assessor/independent researcher)
- “Guidelines on the role of court-appointed experts in judicial proceedings of Council of Europe’s Member States“. This document has been drafted by the Working Group on the Quality of Justice (CEPEJ-GT-QUAL) based on a working document by Anke Eilers (member of the Group, Germany) and a study by Gar Yein Ng (scientific expert, Norway) on the role of experts in judicial systems.