Dan Sarooshi QC is Professor of Public International Law, University of Oxford; and Senior Research Fellow, The Queen's College, Oxford. He joined the University in 2003 and was promoted to a full Professorship in 2006.
Book Awards: American Society of International Law Certificate of Merit (awarded twice); Myres McDougal Prize by American Society for the Policy Sciences; & (biennial) Guggenheim Prize by Swiss Guggenheim Foundation. Shorter works, e.g., 125 pp. piece with Dame Rosalyn Higgins GBE QC, “Institutional Modes of Conflict Management” (2015). Currently co-authoring/co-editing Oppenheim’s International Law: The Law of Peace (OUP, 10th ed.) (in preparation) with Sir Christopher Greenwood GBE QC.
Appointments: by UK-EU to the list of arbitrators to hear Brexit-related disputes under the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement (2020-); Queen's Counsel (2018-); WTO Dispute Settlement List of Panellists (nominated by UK/EU) (2006-); ASIL Counsellor (2018-) and ASIL Executive Council (2008-2011); Director, Hague Academy of International Law ("HAIL") Research Centre (English & French), 2011; Director of Studies for Taught Courses, HAIL, 2005. Delivered the course of Hague Academy of International Law Lectures on “The Immunities of States and International Organizations in Domestic Courts”, July 2018; and seven of his former DPhil supervisees have had their DPhil theses published as monographs by leading academic publishers.