Alisher Juzgenbayev
Älışer (Alisher) Jüzgenbai

Älışer (Alisher) Jüzgenbai

Hello! Welcome to my page! I am a J.D./Ph.D. student at the Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law & Department of Political Science I study comparative politics, with a focus on the relationship between law and politics in postcommunist countries. In my free time, I take pictures of things around.

☎️ Contact information


 Fieldwork photo: Constitutional Tribunal of the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic (2019)
Fieldwork photo: Constitutional Tribunal of the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic (2019)

📎 CV

Copy of My current CV is available here:
CV (updated — Nov 2021)

📚Education

📜 Ph.D. in Political Science

Northwestern University, 2026 (Expected)

⚖️ J.D Student

Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, 2026 (Expected)

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Relations

Nazarbayev University, 2020, summa cum laude

Publications

📖 Trochev, A., & Juzgenbayev, A. (Forthcoming, 2022). Instrumentalization of Constitutional Law in Central Asia. In R. M. Howard, K. A. Randazzo, & R. A. Reid (Eds.), Research Handbook on Law and Political Systems, Elgar Press.

Working Papers

🇨🇿 The Effect of Populist Messages on Perception and Legitimacy of Constitutional Courts: A Survey Experiment in Czech Republic

🗣 Languages

Kazakh 🇰🇿

Proficient speaker

Russian 🇷🇺

Native speaker

English 🇬🇧🇺🇸

Advanced speaker

Ukrainian 🇺🇦

Basic speaker

🗞️ Blog Posts, Datasets

Blog Posts



Datasets



Cited in:
Webb Williams, N., & Hanson, M. (2022). Captured Courts and Legitimized Autocrats: Transforming Kazakhstan’s Constitutional Court. Law & Social Inquiry,  1-33. doi:10.1017/lsi.2021.85
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