Ms M. (Maiko) Meguro
Faculty of Law
Public International Law
Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
1000 BA Amsterdam
Maiko Meguro joined the Amsterdam Center for International Law in September 2016. Her research is focused on international law making process through the lense of interction between decision making at domestic and international level.
She also works for Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry of Japan where she previously worked 5 years as a legal officer specialized in international negotiations. During her time in office, she served for COP/CMP processes under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change(UNFCCC), Intergovernmental Panels of Climate Change(IPCC) and several investment related treaties including Trans-Pacific Partnership(TPP) and EU-Japan EPA. She also worked as a researcher at several institutions including the Energy Charter Treaty, Brussels.
Maiko has a LLM in Public International Law from the University of Amsterdam, and a Master's in International Relations(specialized in international law) from the University of Tokyo, Japan.
- Meguro, M. (in press). Customary International Law and Non-State Actors: Between Anthropomorphism and Artificial Unity. In I. Scobbie, & S. Droubi (Eds.), Non-State Actors and the Formation of Customary International Law (Melland Schill Perspectives on International Law). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Talk / presentation
- Meguro, Maiko (invited speaker) (3-11-2017): Collective State Consent - the Collapse of Democratic Legitimacy Thesis, Manchester International Law Center.
- Meguro, Maiko (speaker) (14-6-2017): International law does not arise out of nowhere - the process of law-making and the role of non-state actors, Manchester International Law Center.
- Meguro, Maiko (invited speaker) (31-5-2017): Perspectives internationales and comparées sur la mise en œuvre de l’accord de Paris, FORUM SUR LA MISE EN OEUVRE DE L’ACCORD DE PARIS , Paris, France.
- Meguro, M. (2017). Eliminating barriers to the entry and to the establishment of energy investments. (OCCASIONAL PAPER SERIES). Brussels: Energy Charter Secretariat .