André Nollkaemper is the initiator and director of the SHARES project. He obtained an Advanced Investigator Grant of the European Research Council for this project.
André Nollkaemper is Professor of Public International Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Amsterdam, where he established the Amsterdam Center for International Law (ACIL), a center of excellence, in 1999.
He is President of the European Society of International Law, and member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration. Since May 2011, he is external Legal Advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands. In September 2012, Professor Nollkaemper was appointed to the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is also a member of the Standing Committee of Experts in International Refugee and Criminal Law. He is editor in chief of the Oxford Reports on International Law in Domestic Courts and author of a large number of publications on issues of international law.
Professor Nollkaemper has been a member of the Advisory Commission on Public International Law of the Netherlands and of-counsel at Böhler attorneys in Amsterdam.
His practical experience includes cases before the European Court of Human Rights, the Special Court for Sierra Leone, the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, the Extraordinary Chambers in the courts of Cambodia, courts of the Netherlands and consultancy for a variety of international and national organisations.
Blogposts by André Nollkaemper
- The Extinction of the West African Lion: Whose Responsibility?
- Sharing Risks, Sharing Liability: Environmental and Health Risks of the Destruction of Syrian Chemical Weapons
- The Charles Taylor Judgment: Disconnecting the Responsibilities of Presidents and States
- Intervention in Syria and International Law: Inside or Out?
- A shared responsibility trap: supplying weapons to the Syrian opposition
- Procurator General of the Dutch Supreme Court concludes to reject appeal against Srebrenica judgment
- Joint and several liability for the Halabja attack: Dutch businessman to pay compensation for delivery of mustard gas to Saddam Hussein
- Deprivation of nationality - a rare form of complicity?
- The Illegal Ivory Trade Chain
- The ECtHR Finds Macedonia Responsible in Connection with Torture by the CIA, but on What Basis?
- EU Aviation scheme as a countermeasure against other ICAO member states?
- From Nicaragua to R2P: Continuity and Change
- Obligations of the UK in respect of a Pakistani national detained by the US in Afghanistan
- The Seabed Disputes Chamber clarified the meaning of joint and several liability (but also raised new questions)
- Dual attribution: liability of the Netherlands for removal of individuals from the compound of Dutchbat
Publications by André Nollkaemper
- Sharing Responsibility Between Non-State Actors and States in International Law: Introduction
- Power and Responsibility
- Concerted Adjudication in Cases of Shared Responsibility
- Wither Aut Dedere? The Obligation to Extradite or Prosecute after the ICJ’s Judgment in Belgium v Senegal
- ‘Failures to Protect’ in International Law
- Procedural Aspects of Shared Responsibility in International Adjudication: Introduction
- International Adjudication of Global Public Goods: The Intersection of Substance and Procedure
- Responsibility of international organizations ‘in connection with acts of States’
- Shared Responsibility in International Law: A Conceptual Framework
- Joint Responsibility between the EU and Member States for Non-Performance of Obligations under Multilateral Environmental Agreements
- Dual attribution: liability of the Netherlands for conduct of Dutchbat in Srebrenica
- Issues of Shared Responsibility before the International Court of Justice
- International Liability as an Instrument to Prevent and Compensate for Climate Change