The ACIL welcomes visiting researchers to enrich its research center throughout the year. During the 2018 fall term, we are happy to welcome two new visiting researchers.
Katelyn is a Fulbright Fellow supported by the Netherland-America Foundation for the 2018-19 academic year. Her research interests include international institutions and global governance, public international law, and human rights. Prior to joining the University of Amsterdam, Katelyn received a Juris Doctor degree from Harvard Law School.
During her stay at the Amsterdam Center for the International Law, Katelyn will be researching the jurisprudence and institutional development of international courts and tribunals, with a particular focus on the interests of non-state actors and moments of historical transition.
Maxim is pursuing his doctorate studies in law at the Center for Enterprise Liability, University of Copenhagen. His PhD project investigates how international investment law (IIL) responds to different types of investor behavior, with a particular focus on parallels and analogies from comparative private law.
During his stay at the Amsterdam Center for International Law, he will be researching the foundations of private law sources and analogies in IIL and mapping out their use on the different stages of an investment dispute.
Prior to joining the University of Amsterdam, Mohammad worked several years at Tilburg University as a PhD Researcher (2012-2017). His doctoral dissertation examining "the situation selection regime at the International Criminal Court: Law, Policy, Practice" has been published by Intersentia.
During his stay at the Amsterdam Center for International Law, Mohamed will be conducting research, begun in August 2018, on "the Command Responsibility at the International Criminal Court: From Theory to Practice" under the supervision of Professor Harmen van der Wilt.