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Dr. Eric De Brabandere

Dr. Eric De Brabandere is Assistant Professor of International Law at Leiden University's Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies. He holds a law degree (cum laude) from Ghent University, a Diplôme d"Etudes Approfondies en Droit International Public (LL.M.) from the Law Faculty of the University of geneva, and a doctorate in law (PhD) from Ghent University. He previously worked as assistant lecturer in International Law at Ghent University, as a lecturer in International Institutions and International Trade Law at the Karel de Grote University College Antwerp, and as an attorney at the Brussels Bar.

Eric currently teaches or has taught (Advanced Issues of) Public International Law, International Dispute Settlement, Theoretical Perspectives on International (Human Rights) Law, and the International Law of Peace and Security. His areas of expertise include general international law, international dispute settlement, international arbitration, the law of peace and security, and the laws of armed conflict. He is the author of several publications in these fields, including the book Post-conflict Administrations in International Law (Martinus Nijhoff, 2009). Eric is senior editor of the section 'Current Legal Developments' of the Leiden Journal of International Law.