Dmytro Vovk, PhD in Law (2008), is an associate professor at the Yaroslav the Wise National Law University (Ukraine). He is an expert on human rights and religious freedom for the OSCE/ODIHR, the Council of Europe, and Freedom House. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal Philosophy of Law and General Theory of Law. He has provided translation from English for Ukrainian academic journals, including authors such as Ronald Dworkin, Norbert Horn, Martin Krieger, Kaarlo Tuori, and Carl Schmitt. He has written articles and books including Ethics versus Politics: Ukrainian Churches’ Doctrines on Family, Gender and Sexuality in the Context of the European Integration Policy (2017, forthcoming), Tolerance in Transitional Societies: philosophical, legal, political and social dimension (2016), Balancing Religious Freedom in the Context of Secularity: Analysis of Court Practice in Ukraine (2015), and Religious Freedom and Freedom of Expression after Charlie Hebdo (2015). He was a Kennan-Fulbright Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in the US (2017) and was a member of the inaugural International Center for Law and Religion Studies’ Certificate Program on Religion and the Rule of Law held at Oxford, UK in 2018. He is currently a visiting scholar at the International Center for Law and Religion Studies, BYU Law School.