dr. R. van Alebeek
Faculty of Law
Public International Law
1012 CN Amsterdam
Rosanne van Alebeek is assistant professor of international law at the Department of International and European Law and a research fellow of the Amsterdam Center of International Law ( ACIL ). She participates in the International Rule of Law Programme, as well as in the International Law in Domestic Courts Project and the Interfaces Project on the relation between the international and national legal orders. She is the Academic Coordinator of the Public International Law track of the Master International and European Law.
Previously, Rosanne van Alebeek was an assistant professor at Leiden University. She obtained a master degree in Public International Law and in Civil Law from Leiden University (cum laude), a master in International and European Law from Oxford University (cumlaude), as well as a research master from Oxford University (cum laude). In 2006, she obtained her doctoral degree from Leiden University (cum laude).
Rosanne van Alebeek is currently working on a range of research topics, including:
General issues of the law on state immunity
- The immunity of state officials for international crimes
- The immunity of international organizations
- The role of domestic courts in the development of international law
- The relation between the international legal order and national legal orders, especially in the area of human rights law
- Hierarchy in international law
'Jurisdictional Immunities of the State (Germany v Italy): On Right Outcomes and Wrong Terms', German Yearbook of International Law 55 (2012) (forthcoming)
· 'Privileges and Immunities of International Organizations in the case law of Dutch Courts', in: Reinisch, A. (ed.), Transnational Judicial Conversations on the Personality, Privileges and Immunities of International Organizations (Oxford, Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2013) (co-author A. Nollkaemper)
· 'Introduction to Part III' , in: O'Keefe, R. & Tams, C. (eds.), The United Nations Convention on Jurisdictional Immunities of States and Their Property: A Commentary (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2013)
· 'Immunities of States and their Officials', in: Nollkaemper, P.A. & Kristjansdottir, E. (eds.), International Law in Domestic Courts Case-book (Oxford, Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2013) (co-author R. Pavoni)
· 'National Courts, International Crimes and the Functional Immunity of State Officials', Netherlands International Law Review 59 (2012) 5-41
· ' The Judicial Dialogue between the ICJ and International Criminal Courts on the Question of Immunity', in: Van den Herik, L. & Stahn, C. (eds.), The Diversification and Fragmentation in International Criminal Law (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2012)
· 'The Legal Status of Decisions by Human Rights Treaty Bodies in National Law', in: Keller, H. & Ulfstein, G. (eds.), Human Rights Treaty Bodies (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012) 356-413 (co-author P.A. Nollkaemper)
· 'Immunity and Human Rights׃ a Bifurcated Approach', Proceedings of the 104 th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law 104 (2010), 67-72
· The Immunity of States and their Officials inInternational Criminal Law and International Human Rights Law (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008) 488 pages
· 'Diplomatic immunity', Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (MPEPIL) (2008) ( www.mpepil.com )
· 'Staatsimmuniteit', in: Horbach, N.L.J.T. , Lefeber, R.J.M. & Ribbelink, O.M. (eds.), Handboek internationaal recht (The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press, 2007) 231-273
· 'The proliferation of law-making organs: a new role for the International Law Commission?', in: Blokker, N.M. & Schermers, H.G. (eds.), Proliferation of international organizations: legal issues (The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 2001) 219-24
· 'The Pinochet Case: International Human Rights Law on Trial', British Yearbook of International Law 71 (2000), 29-70
· 'From Rome to the Hague: Recent Developments on Immunity Issues in the ICC Statute', Leiden Journal of International Law 13 (2000), 485-493
Currently taught courses include:
European Human Rights Law
· International and European Human Rights Law: Capita Selecta
· Internationaal Publiekrecht (BA)
- R. van Alebeek (2013). Introduction to Part III. In R. O'Keefe & C. Tams (Eds.), The United Nations Convention on Jurisdictional Immunities of States and their Property: a commentary (Oxford commentaries on international law) (pp. 153-166). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- R. van Alebeek & A. Nollkaemper (2013). The Netherlands. In A. Reinisch (Ed.), The privileges and immunities of international organizations in domestic courts (International law in domestic legal orders) (pp. 179-207). Oxford [etc.]: Oxford University Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199679409.001.0001
- R. van Alebeek (2013). Domestic courts as agents of development of international immunity rules. Leiden Journal of International Law, 26 (3), 559-578. doi: 10.1017/S0922156513000241
- R. van Alebeek (2012). National courts, international crimes and the functional immunity of state officials. Netherlands International Law Review, 59 (1), 5-41. doi: 10.1017/S0165070X12000022
- R. van Alebeek & P.A. Nollkaemper (2012). The legal status of decisions by human rights treaty bodies in national law. In H. Keller & G. Ulfstein (Eds.), UN human rights treaty bodies: law and legitimacy (Studies on human rights conventions) (pp. 356-413). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. http://dare.uva.nl/document/450293[go to publisher's site]
- R. van Alebeek (2012). Jurisdictional immunities of the state (Germany v. Italy): on right outcomes and wrong terms. German Yearbook of International Law, 55, 281-318.
- R. van Alebeek (2008). The immunity of states and their officials in international criminal law and international human rights law (Oxford monographs in international law). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- R. van Alebeek (2012). The judicial dialogue between the ICJ and international criminal courts on the question of immunity. In L. van den Herik & C. Stahn (Eds.), The diversification and fragmentation of international criminal law (Leiden studies on the frontiers of international law, 1) (pp. 93-116). Leiden [etc.]: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/9789004236912_004
- R. van Alebeek (2011). Immunity and human right? A bifurcated approach. In R. LaMotte, H.M. Osofsky & A.S. Weiner (Eds.), International law in a time of change: proceedings of the 104th Annual Meeting: March 24-27, 2010, Washington, DC Vol. 104. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting - American Society of International Law (pp. 67-72). Washington: American Society of International Law.
- R. van Alebeek (2010). On: EHRM. (2010, March 23), EHRC 2010-6, 62, (15869/02: Cudak / Litouwen). p.751-763.
- R. van Alebeek (2009). Immunity, Diplomatic. Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law : MPEPIL.
- R. van Alebeek (2008). On: Rb. Haarlem. (2006, April 19), ILDC 2008-07/08, 545, (JSP and ors v Spain, Interlocutory proceedings, KG ZA 06–107)..
- R. van Alebeek (2008). On: Rb. Den Haag (Vzr.). (2005, May 04), ILDC 2008-04/07, 849, (The Hague City Party and ors v Netherlands and ors, Interlocutory proceedings, KG 05/432)..
- C. Brölmann, R. van Alebeek, J. Kleffner & A. Nollkaemper (Eds.). (2008). Jurisprudentie en documentatie internationaal publiekrecht. - 3e dr (Boom juridische studieboeken). Den Haag: Boom Juridische Uitgevers.
- R. van Alebeek (2008). On: Hof Den Haag. (2007, July 27), ILDC 2008-07/08, 548, (X v Morocco, Appeal judgment, 676984 CV EXPL 05-36544)..
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