International Law Observer is pleased to announce the expansion of the team of authors. Starting today Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne from Oxford will be joining the team of authors. Lawrence received his LL.B. at the London School of Economics – where he worked on international criminal law research under Christopher Greenwood – and his master’s degree in public international law – with a special focus on the relationship between the EC and international law – at Oxford University. Beginning next month he will take up a research place at Oxford with a focus on gaps that may exist in the protection offered to individuals under the regime of international humanitarian law. Lawrence will mainly blog on international criminal law, transitional justice and the EU as an actor in international law.
We are delighted to have Lawrence on the team and we are looking forward to his contributions. His first post will focus on the one year anniversary of the Kadi judgment, which he will compare to decisions by the German Constitutional Court and ECtHR jurisprudence. A warm welcome from us all!
I’m very pleased to read about another skilled author joining the team! His area of research and expertise is of particular interest to me as a student of international public and EC law and I’m eagerly looking forward to his analysis of the Kadi judgement.
Welcome, therefore, Mr. Hill-Cawthorne, from an avid reader as well.