Dov Jacobs is Assistant Professor of International Law at Leiden University. He was part of the SHARES Project as a Postdoctoral Researcher during the first year of the Project, in which he actively contributed by laying down the conceptual basis of SHARES together with André Nollkaemper (see: Nollkaemper & Jacobs – SHARES Concept Paper).
Previously, he was a PhD Researcher at the European University Institute in Florence and a lecturer in Public International Law at the University Roma Tre. He holds degrees in Law from King’s College in London, Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and Paris II Panthéon Assas and a degree in Political Science from Sciences Po, Paris.
He is currently the senior editor of international law at the European Journal of Legal Studies and regularly comments on international law issues on his blog, Spreading the Jam.
Blogposts by Dov Jacobs
- LGBT Rights in Uganda: a case study of Shared Responsibility?
- Ivory Coast and Shared Responsibility: Is Everybody Responsible?
- Business, Human Rights and Shared Responsibility