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.
Publications: two authored books; two co-edited books; and over 50 shorter academic pieces. The two authored books were awarded the American Society of International Law Certificate of Merit (twice); the Myres McDougal Prize by the American Society for the Policy Sciences; and the (biennial) Guggenheim Prize by the Swiss Guggenheim Foundation. His shorter works include the 125 pp. co-authored chapter with Dame Rosalyn Higgins GBE QC and Dr P. Webb, “Institutional Modes of Conflict Management” (2015). He is currently co-authoring and co-editing Oppenheim’s International Law: The Law of Peace (OUP, 10th ed.) (in preparation) with Sir Christopher Greenwood GBE QC.
Appointments: World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement List of Ad Hoc Panellists (joint nomination: UK/EU), 2006-present; American Society of International Law (ASIL), Executive Council (2008-2011) and ASIL Counsellor (2018-present); Director, Hague Academy Centre for Research in International Law and International Relations (English and French Sections), 2011; and Director of Studies for Taught Courses, Hague Academy of International Law, 2005.
He practices as a Barrister (Queen's Counsel) from Essex Court Chambers, London, and delivered the Hague Academy of International Law Lectures on “The Immunities of States and International Organizations in Domestic Courts” from 23-27 July 2018.
Six of his former DPhil supervisees have had their DPhil theses published as a monograph by leading academic publishers.