Francesco Messineo was a visiting researcher in the SHARES Project from May to July 2012.
Francesco is a lecturer and researcher at Kent Law School, currently on leave and appointed as an Associate Legal Officer at the International Court of Justice. He gained his PhD and his LL.M. at the University of Cambridge, and previously studied at the University of Catania.
His current main research project is on the attribution of conduct to states and international organizations in the context of international responsibility for wrongful acts. His research interests include international human rights law, European and international refugee law, the use of force, the law of armed conflict, international criminal law and the history and philosophy of public international law.
Publications by Francesco Messineo
- Attribution of Conduct
- Multiple Attribution of Conduct
- Things Could Only Get Better: Al-Jedda Beyond Behrami