Research Fellow, Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics DPhil in Law, University of Oxford
Hass, B. ‘The Opaqueness of Rules’ (2020) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies (forthcoming)
Hass, B. ‘The Methods of Normativity’ (2017) 30 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 159
|Hass, B. ‘The Juristic Republic of Iran’ in D Galligan and M Versteeg, The Social and Political Foundations of Constitutions (Cambridge University Press 2013)|
Binesh Hass' current work at the Uehiro Centre centres on two research projects: (i) the legal regulation of certain medical technologies, such as germline genetic modification, by relying on constitutional and rule of law principles; and (ii) genetic profiling in sentencing practices. Both research projects are a mix of jurisprudence and bioethics and, furthermore, both projects have as their ultimate objective the designing of regulatory frameworks that could be of practical use to the courts and other authoritative bodies.