Nancy Combs is the Ernest W. Goodrich Professor of Law and the Director of the Human Security Law Center at William & Mary Law School. She graduated first in her class from Berkeley Law School and received her Ph.D. from Leiden University. Professor Combs has served as a law clerk on the U.S Supreme Court and a legal adviser to the Iran-US Claims Tribunal. She has written extensively on international criminal justice, publishing two books and dozens of articles and essays.
Antonio Coco is a Lecturer at the School of Law, University of Essex, and a Fellow at the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict, University of Oxford. He is one of the Co-Chairs of the Editorial Committee of the Journal of International Criminal Justice and holds a PhD in Law from the University of Geneva. Antonio works primarily in the areas of international law applicable to digital technologies, international criminal law, and general international law.
Marjolein Cupido currently works as program manager at the Academy for Legislation and Government Lawyers in The Hague. Previously, she worked as Assistant Professor (International) Criminal Law at VU University Amsterdam and as fellow of the Center for International Criminal Justice (CICJ). In 2017, Marjolein was appointed as Deputy Judge at the District Court of Rotterdam. In that same year, she was also appointed as Visiting Professional at the International Criminal Court for the Defence in the Bemba et al. case.
Shane Darcy is Deputy Director of the Irish Centre for Human Rights in the School of Law at NUI Galway. He holds a B.A. in Law and Accounting from the University of Limerick (2001), and LL.M (2002) and Ph.D (2005) degrees from the National University of Ireland, Galway. He has been a visiting scholar at the Legal Studies Department, Central European University, Budapest, the Human Rights Program at Harvard Law School, the Centre for Public, International and Comparative Law at the University of Queensland and the Law School at Doshisha University In Kyoto.
Panagiota holds an LLB in Law from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, an LLM in Public International Law from the Democritus University of Thrace, and a PhD in International Law from the University of Sheffield. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for Law, Sustainability & Justice, Department of Law, University of Southern Denmark, where she conducts research on corporate human rights obligations and due diligence in international law. Her PhD thesis is on the individual criminal responsibility of company directors under the Rome Statute.
Vladyslav Lanovoy is an Assistant Professor of Public International Law at Université Laval, in Quebec City, Canada. He was formerly an Associate Legal Officer at the International Court of Justice and an Assistant Legal Counsel at the Permanent Court of Arbitration. He holds a PhD from the Graduate Institute in Geneva and is the author of Complicity and its Limits in the Law of International Responsibility (Hart, 2016), which was awarded the 2017 Paul Guggenheim Prize in International Law.
Beth Stephens Distinguished Professor of Law at Rutgers Law School, has published extensively on the relationship between international and domestic law and enforcement of international human rights norms through domestic courts. She was an Advisor to the American Law Institute’s Restatement (Fourth) of the Foreign Relations Law of the United States. Professor Stephens also litigates in U.S. federal courts, including a lawsuit against the former president of Bolivia for the killing of civilians by troops under his command.
ZHU Dan is an Associate Professor in International Law at Fudan University Law School and member of the Chinese Bar. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Edinburgh, an LL.M. from Xiamen University, and an LL.B. from Jilin University. Before joining Fudan, she worked at the Registry Legal Advisory Service Section and the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court.