Emmanuel is a DPhil in Law candidate at the Faculty of Law (member of St. Antony’s College) and the associate legal officer (référendaire) to the former President of the International Court of Justice, in The Hague. His research focuses on the operation of equitable considerations in the assessment of damages in the framework of customary international law, under the supervision of Professor Catherine Redgwell.
Emmanuel holds an LL.B. (distinction) from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and an LL.M. (distinction) with specialisation in international law from the University of Cambridge, for which he was awarded a scholarship from Clare College. He has also studied international law at the Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (2013) and the University of Strasbourg (2014). In 2014, he was awarded the Diploma in International Law and Comparative Human Rights Law from the Institut International des Droits de l’Homme. He has given seminars at the Hague Academy of International Law (2020 Winter Session) and the Institut International des Droits de l’Homme (2018 Session).
Emmanuel is a qualified lawyer admitted to practice in Greece. Prior to his position at the International Court of Justice, he worked as an associate lawyer with a law firm in London, advising sovereign States and corporations in a wide range of public international law issues, including investment arbitration, law of treaties and State responsibility, human rights and international dispute resolution. Before his Master studies, he worked on domestic and EU law cases before the Greek supreme courts (2015) and as a trainee lawyer at the legal department of the Liaison Office between the Council of Europe and the European Union, in Brussels (2014).
Public international law; International Dispute Settlement; International Responsibility; International Economic Law; Law of Treaties; Theory of International Law.