Jacques Hartmann joined the School of Law in September 2012. Prior to that he worked as a legal advisor at the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He has taught graduate courses in international law and human rights law at Copenhagen University, the University of Southern Denmark, Durham University and at the European Inter-University Institute for Human Rights and Democratisation, Venice. He holds a PhD from Cambridge University, where he also worked as a Research Associate at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. Before commencing his PhD, Jacques worked as Research Assistant at Durham University, where he also acted as tutor in international law. Jacques has extensive experience working with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental and bodies, such as the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
Jacques' research interests are focused on general issues of public international law, particularly with regard to criminal cooperation, human rights, immunity and jurisdiction. His published works address questions of extradition, diplomatic immunity and legislative jurisdiction. Since 2004 Jacques has been co-compiler of the United Kingdom Materials on International Law, British Yearbook of International Law. He is also a regular contributor to the ICRC project on Practice Collection on Customary International Humanitarian Law and to the Oxford Reports on International Law in Domestic Courts.
Public International Law
International Criminal Law
Transnational Crime and Counter-Terrorism
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