The first speaker of our International Law as a Profession series in 2019-2020 will be Dr Vladyslav Lanovoy, Associate Legal Officer at the International Court of Justice.
Dr Vladyslav Lanovoy is an Associate Legal Officer to H.E. Judge Mohamed Bennouna at the International Court of Justice. He is also a Lecturer at Lille Catholic University and a Teaching Fellow at Queen Mary University of London. He has previously worked in international arbitration at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP and at the Permanent Court of Arbitration. He has also consulted for the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and the UN Environment Programme. He holds a PhD from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva and is the author of “Complicity and its Limits in the Law of International Responsibility” (Hart 2016), which was awarded the 2017 Paul Guggenheim Prize in International Law. His research interests include the law of international responsibility, international dispute settlement, international economic law, the law of the sea and human rights law.
International Law as a Profession
The International Law as a Profession series offers the opportunity for students to hear a practitioner’s insight into the field of international law and into life beyond the University. The series invites international lawyers from a variety of backgrounds and specialisms to share their experiences and offer advice, and aims, as a result, to give students the information they need to make important decisions about the next steps in their own careers. Past speakers have included Nils Melzer (UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, Geneva Academy Human Rights Chair and Professor of International Law), Angeline Welsh (Barrister, Matrix Chambers), Joanna Dingwall (former Solicitor in a leading international law firm), Joanna Keating (International Development Team, Scottish Government) and Paul McKell and Neil McDonald (Legal advisors, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, London).