PhD candidates

Erik Kok

Erik is a PhD candidate in the SHARES Project.

He is writing his thesis on the topic of the concept of and rule on complicity in the international law of state responsibility.

He was involved as an associate editor for the International Law in Domestic Courts programme. Both to this programme and the Annoted Leading Cases International Criminal Law book series (eds. Klip/Sluiter) he contributed as an author. His study of the legal status of members of armed groups in non-international armed conflicts was awarded the 2006-2007 prize for Best Thesis of the Leiden University Law Faculty. He was also employed in a defence team before the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.

His research interests include the international law of state responsibility, international humanitarian law, international criminal law and legal theory.