Teaching

These are the courses I taught, to date, at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles:

  • “International Law” course (Spring 2007; 2008; 2009; 2010; Fall 2011; 2012; 2013; 2014);
  • “International Human Rights” course (Fall 2006; Spring 2008; Spring 2009; Fall 2009; Fall 2010; Spring 2011; 2012; 2013; 2014; Fall 2014; LLS Summer IMG_4677Course – Costa Rica 2008);
  • “International Human Rights Clinic” (since 2011);
  • “International Criminal Law and Policy” course (Spring 2010; 2011);
  • “International Environmental Law” course (Spring 2007, Fall 2007, Spring 2010, LLS Summer program – Costa Rica 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012);
  • “Law and Practice of the United Nations” course (Summer 2010);
  • “Law of Global Warming” course (Fall 2006);
  • “International Jurisprudence” seminar (Spring 2013);
  • “International Dispute Settlement” course (LLS Summer program– Cyprus, 2011; 2012; 2013).

From time to time, I also teach as an adjunct or visiting professor at other schools, in the United States and abroad. 

  • Università degli Studi di Torino, (Law), Turin, Italy

Visiting Professor. “International Courts and Tribunals” (March 2015) (20-hour course)

  • University of Copenhagen, iCourts, and University of Oslo, PluriCourts, Copenhagen, Denmark

Professor, PhD Summer School. “International Law: Courts and Contexts” (June 22-25, 2015); (June 23-27, 2014); (June 24-28, 2013)

  •  Université Panthéon–Assas (Paris II) – Institut de hautes études internationales, Paris, France

Visiting Professor (Professeur invité). “La théorie de la juridiction internationale” (February 2010) (10-hour course)

  •  University of Georgia, School of Law – Dean Rusk Center for International, Comparative and Graduate Legal Studies, Athens, GA

Visiting Scholar. “International Human Rights” course (September 2005) (1 credit)

  • Duke University, School of Law, Durham, NC

Lecturing Fellow. “International Human Rights” course (Fall 2004), and “International Courts and Tribunals” course (Spring 2005). “International Law and the Use of Force” (Duke – Geneva Institute in Transnational Law, Summer 2005)

  • Fordham University, School of Law, New York, NY

Adjunct Professor.  “International Environmental Law” seminar (LS 10554). Spring 2004.

  • Fordham College at Lincoln Center (Pol. Sc.), New York, NY

Adjunct Professor. “International Protection of Human Rights” course (POLU 3507). Spring 2004; “International Law” course (POEU 3505). Spring and Fall 2003.