Lecturer in Law, Faculty of Social Sciences
Dr Marko Milanovic is lecturer in law at the University of Nottingham School of Law.
Marko obtained his first degree in law from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, his LL.M from the University of Michigan Law School, and his PhD in international law from the University of Cambridge; his PhD thesis on the extraterritorial application of human rights treaties was awarded the Yorke Prize by the Cambridge Faculty of Law.
Marko is Secretary-General and member of the Executive Board of the European Society of International Law, an Associate of the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, and co-editor of EJIL: Talk!, the blog of the European Journal of International Law, as well as a member of the EJIL's Editorial Board. He was Law Clerk to Judge Thomas Buergenthal of the International Court of Justice in 2006/2007.
Marko has published in leading academic journals, including the European Journal of International Law and the American Journal of International Law; his work has been cited, inter alia, by the UK Supreme Court and by the International Law Commission. He was counsel or advisor in cases before the International Court of Justice, the European Court of Human Rights, and the Constitutional Court of Serbia. His book Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Treaties: Law, Principles, and Policy, was published by Oxford University Press in 2011.
Publications available at SSRN at http://ssrn.com/author=655207.
Expertise includes general international law, especially issues of state responsibility and treaty interpretation; human rights law, particularly the question of extraterritorial application of human rights treaties; international criminal law and international humanitarian law.
At the School, Marko teaches public law and the European Convention on Human Rights tutorials for undergraduates, and the law of treaties and issues in human rights seminars for the LL.Ms, as well as… read more
Current research focuses on issues of evolutionary interpretation in international and constitutional law, various treaty law issues regarding the aggression amendments to the Rome Statute of the… read more
MILANOVIC, M., 2011. Is the Rome Statute binding on individuals? (And why we should care) Journal of International Criminal Justice. 9(1), 25-52
MILANOVIC, M., 2010. ‘Sejdic and Finci v. Bosnia and Herzegovina (International Decision) American Journal of International Law. 104, 636 (In Press.)
MILANOVIC, M., 2009. Norm conflict in international law: whither human rights? Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law. 20(1), 69-131
At the School, Marko teaches public law and the European Convention on Human Rights tutorials for undergraduates, and the law of treaties and issues in human rights seminars for the LL.Ms, as well as the Law of War and Peace module for MA students.
Current research focuses on issues of evolutionary interpretation in international and constitutional law, various treaty law issues regarding the aggression amendments to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, and the problematics of the classification of armed conflict.