In July, Nataša Nedeski joined the ACIL as Assistant Professor of Public International Law.
Nataša previously defended her PhD thesis on shared obligations in international law at the ACIL and has experience teaching at the University of Amsterdam and Utrecht University. Her research interests include – but are not limited to – international responsibility, the law of treaties, human rights, international law before domestic courts and EU external relations law. She is also interested in legal practice and has recently worked for a Dutch law firm, focusing on private law proceedings with a public international law component.
At the ACIL she will continue her research on the international law of obligations and shared responsibility in international law. She will work on publishing her dissertation and is involved in the drafting of the Principles of Shared Responsibility in International Law - one of the main outcomes of the SHARES project – which seek to provide guidance to judges, practitioners and researchers when confronted with legal questions of shared responsibility as they may arise between states and international organizations. Moreover, she will be involved in teaching the bachelor courses Public International Law and Fundamental Rights, and the master courses International Responsibility and Practising International Law - Moot Court.