Jean d’Aspremont holds the chair of Public International Law at the University of Manchester, and is also affiliated with the Amsterdam Center for International Law. He contributes to the SHARES Project in terms of internal discussions, writing research papers and participation in conferences.
He is guest Professor at the University of Louvain and the University of Lille, and editor-in-chief of the Leiden Journal of International Law. Previously, he was Assistant Professor of International Law at the University of Leiden. He received his LL.M. from the University of Cambridge and his Ph.D. from the University of Louvain.
His areas of research include most major subject matters of general Public International Law and, in particular, questions pertaining to Statehood, Sources of International Law, State Responsibility, International Institutional Law, International Dispute Settlement, the Law of Armed Conflicts, International Humanitarian Law and International Legal Theory.
Blogposts by Jean d’Aspremont
Publications by Jean d’Aspremont
- The Law of International Responsibility and Multilayered Institutional Veils: the Case of Authorized Regional Peace-Enforcement Operations
- A European Law of International Responsibility? The Articles on the Responsibility of International Organizations and the European Union
- The Articles on the Responsibility of International Organizations: Magnifying the Fissures in the Law of International Responsibility
- Abuse of the Legal Personality of International Organizations and the Responsibility of Member States