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Bio

Dr. Nadia Banteka is an Assistant Professor in International Law and Victimology at the International Victimology Institute Tilburg (INTERVICT), Tilburg Law School and a Visiting Fellow at Yale Law School. Nadia's research interests concentrate in Public International Law, (International) Criminal Law, Legal Analytics, and Law & Technology . Nadia also has a distinct interest in International Law issues concerning Greece. 

Expertise

Prior to joining Tilburg and Yale, Nadia worked and conducted research as a Dean’s Scholar at Columbia Law School, a Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, a Lecturer in Law at The Hague University of Applied Sciences, and a Defense Counsel at the ICTY.  Nadia has further worked for the American Hellenic Foreign Policy Institute, the University of Nottingham Human Rights Law Center, and the Norwegian Center for Human Rights.  Nadia has received fellowships and awards towards her research from the NWO, Columbia Law School, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, P.E.O. International, Charles Koch Foundation, iCourts, Salzburg Cutler Forum, and Gerondelis Foundation.  

Courses

Collaboration

Nadia is a researcher in the NWO funded VIDI project "A waste of time or no time to waste? Assessing the impact of international reparative justice procedures? and has most recently served as an expert for Oxford University and the International Criminal Court Bar Association on advancing the Impact of Victim Participation at the International Criminal Court, an expert for Tilburg Law School on Responding to Victimization in Cambodia and the Congo, a Keynote Speaker for The Brazilian National School of Public Administration 30th Year Anniversary on the Inclining Role of Non-State Actors in Global Governance, and a Keynote Speaker for the American College of Greece and Onassis Cultural Foundation on the Victimization of LGBTQ+ Refugees.

Recent publications

  1. A network theory approach to global legislative action

    Banteka, N. (Accepted/In press). A network theory approach to global legislative action. Seton Hall Law Review .
  2. No longer immune - How network theory decodes normative shifts in per…

    Banteka, N. (Accepted/In press). No longer immune: How network theory decodes normative shifts in personal immunity for heads of state. Virginia Journal of International Law, 59(1).
  3. The rise of the extreme right and the crime of terrorism - Ideology, …

    Banteka, N. (2019). The rise of the extreme right and the crime of terrorism: Ideology, mobilization and the case of golden dawn. Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law, 29(2), 127-163.
  4. A theory of constructive interpretation for customary international l…

    Banteka, N. (2018). A theory of constructive interpretation for customary international law identification. Michigan Journal of International Law, 39(3), 301-341.
  5. Τι ακριβώς σημαίνει «νομική αναγνώριση ταυτότητας φύλου»;

    Banteka, N. (Author). (2017). Τι ακριβώς σημαίνει «νομική αναγνώριση ταυτότητας φύλου»;. Web publication/site, Athens Voice. Retrieved from http://www.athensvoice.gr/politics/376371_ti-akrivos-simainei-nomiki-anagnorisi-taytotitas-fyloy

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