We're very pleased to welcome Nino Guruli (left), who contributes today's guest post on new developments at the European Court of Human Rights. Nino is a Legal Fellow with the American Society of International Law, currently working on the Society’s program aimed at integrating international law and human rights in high school curriculums across the United States. Nino graduated from MountHolyokeCollege with a B.A. in Philosophy and Political Science. During her time there, Nino conducted field research, in the Republic of Georgia, on acute violent conflict and resource scarcity. She studied law at the University of Notre Dame, where she served as the research assistant to Mary Ellen O’Connell, an IntLawGrrls contributor, on the 6th edition of a Foundation Press casebook, The International Legal System: Cases and Materials. Heartfelt welcome!