Ingo Venzke is Professor of International Law and Social Justice at the Department of International and European Law and Director of the Amsterdam Center for International Law (ACIL). His teaching includes LL.M. courses on International Trade Law, International Dispute Settlement, and Research Methods.
During the Academic Year 2021/22 he is on leave for a fellowship at The New Institute.
Ingo has held visiting appointments at the National University of Singapore (NUS) and Jindal Global Law School. He was a Hauser Research Scholar at New York University (NYU), a Visiting Scholar at the Cegla Center for the Interdisciplinary Research of the Law, Tel Aviv University, and at the Center for the Study of Law and Society, UC Berkeley. He was a long-term research fellow at the Max Planck Institute in Heidelberg.
Ingo's work has focused on the theory and practice of interpretation in international law and on the different functions that international courts play in global governance. More recently, he has carried out research on contingency in the course of international law. He now places particular emphasis on international law’s role in creating conditions of social (in)justice. Furthermore, he contributes to the research cluster on International Public Authority (anchored at the MPIL).
His Inaugural Lecture on International Law and the Spectre of Inequality is available in print [here] and as a video, [here] (May 2019). See here for a recent blog symposium on Contingency in International Law: On the Possibility of Different Legal Histories (OUP 2021)