Matthias Vanhullebusch Olivier
职称/职务
副教授
研究领域
国际法
个人介绍

Matthias Vanhullebusch Olivier(马天赐)


EDUCATION

October 2007 – June 2011

LL.D. (Doctorate in Law with Highest Honours)

School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

October 2006 – August 2007

LL.M. (Adv.) Public International Law with International Criminal Law Specialisation

Leiden University and Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies  

September 2003 – September 2005

LL.M. with Commercial Law Specialisation (Licence en Droit)

UniversitéLibre de Bruxelles, FreieUniversität Berlin, and Humboldt-Universitätzu Berlin (Erasmus, Wintersemester 2004-2005)

LL.B. (Candidate Juris)

(September 2000 – June 2003)

Vrije Universiteit Brussel


 WORKING EXPERIENCE

 FULLTIME WORKING EXPERIENCE

 October 2012– Present

KoGuan Youth Legal Scholar

KoGuan Law School, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

 July 2011 – August 2012

Law Firm – KatelijneStallaert

Legal Editor

  October 2005 – September 2006

Real Estate Agency – Immo MV

Legal Advisor


 PART TIME WORKING EXPERIENCE

 March 2010 – September 2010

Postgraduate Admissions-Assistant

School of Oriental and African Studies, Faculty Office Law and Social Sciences

 September 2009 – April 2010

Guest Lecturer International Human Rights Law

School of Oriental and African Studies, School of Law

 June 2009 – April 2010

Research FellowInternational Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Law

School of Oriental and African Studies, Centre for Law and Conflict

 October 2006 – September 2007

Assistant-Editor

Leiden Journal of International Law


PUBLICATIONS

 Edited Books

 Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, Vol. 16, Leiden/Boston: Koninklijke Brill, 2010-2011. (Together with Cotran, E. and Lau, M. (eds.)) (Forthcoming)

Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, Vol. 15, Leiden/Boston: Koninklijke Brill, 2009-2010, 379 pages. (Together withCotran, E. and Lau, M. (eds.))

Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, Vol. 14, Leiden/Boston: Koninklijke Brill, 2007-2008, 460 pages. (Together with Cotran, E. and Lau, M. (eds.))

Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, Vol. 13, Leiden/Boston: Koninklijke Brill, 2006-2007, 490 pages. (Together with Cotran, E. and Lau, M. (eds.))

ICTY Procedure and Practice Reader A & B (2007): Course reader edited for Leiden University, LL.M. (Adv.) Public International Law, 2006-2007.   

 Book Chapters

 Articles 2-4 and 62, Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, and Articles 1, 5 and 6, Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, in De Hert, P., Flamme, J. and Struyven, O. (eds.), Code of International Criminal Law and Procedure, Annotated, Brussels: Larcier, 2012 (Forthcoming).

11 reports on EU peacekeeping operations in Costas Trascasas, M., The Integration of the Human Rights Component in EU Peacekeeping Operations: a Transversal Analysis, Valencia: Psylicom, 2012.

General Principles of Islamic Law of War: A Reassessment, in Cotran, E. and Lau, M. (eds.), Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, Vol. 13, Leiden/Boston: Koninklijke Brill, 2006-2007, at 37-56.

In 2009, this publication was purchased by the International Committee of the Red Cross for its research and library services (cf. Bibliography published in Vol. 91 No. 874 International Review of the Red Cross).

In 2011, this publication has been listed as a recommendable read in Marco Sassòli, Antoine A. Bouvier and Anne Quintin, How Does Law Protect In War? Cases, Documents and Teaching Materials on Contemporary Practice in International Humanitarian Law, Vol. 1, Geneva: International Committee of the Red Cross, 2011 (Third Edition).

 Articles

 Islamic Law and the Responsibility to Protect, Vol. 4(2) (2010), Human Rights and International Legal Discourse, at 191-209.

When Justice Meets Peace: Reassessing the Relationship between the ICC and the Security Council, Vol. 1(1) (2008), Issues in International Criminal Justice, at 24-58.

Vol. 1(1) (2008), Issues in International Criminal Justice was endorsed by the ICC Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Campo.

The United States of America’s Global War on Terror in Iraq: International Humanitarian Law Approaches, CERIS Publications 2006, at 1-76. (www.ceris.be)

In 2007, this article was listed by the International Society for Military Law and the Law of War as a major reference work in the field of International Humanitarian Law (cf. Bibliography, Newsletter April/May/June 2007).

 Book Reviews

 Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies, Vol. 2(2) 2012:

Shah, N. A., Islamic Law and the Law of Armed Conflict: The Armed Conflict in Pakistan, London; New York: Routledge, 2011, 165 pages.

Cotran, E. and Lau, M. (eds.), Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, Vol. 15, Leiden/Boston: Koninklijke Brill, 2009-2010:

Baderin, M. A. (ed.), Islam and Human Rights: Selected Essays of Abdullahi An-Na’im, Surrey: Ashgate, 2010, 372 pages.

Cotran, E. and Lau, M. (eds.), Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, Vol. 14, Leiden/Boston: Koninklijke Brill, 2007-2008:

Tucker, J. E., Women,Family, and Gender in Islamic Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, 255 pages.

The Military Law and the Law of War Review, Vol. 45 (2006):

Abtahi, H. and Boas, G. (eds.), The Dynamics of International Criminal Justice. Essays in Honour of Sir Richard May, Leiden: MartinusNijhoff Publishers, 2006, 318 pages.

Bailleux, A., La compétence universelle au carrefour de la pyramide et du réseau. De l’expérience belge à l’exigence d’une justice pénale internationale, Bruxelles : Bruylant, 2005, 240 pages.

X., België en het Internationaal Strafgerechtshof: Complementariteit en Samenwerking. Akten van het Colloquium van 17 mei 2004, Brussel: Bruylant, 2005, 330 pagina’s.

 Conference Papers (Unpublished)

 Invited Leader of Tomorrow

University of St.Gallen, 41st St.Gallen Symposium, Just Power (10-13 May 2011)

Enforcing International Humanitarian Law: Obligations ErgaOmnes and International Criminal Justice

UniversitéLibre de Bruxelles, Jus Post Bellum and Transitional Justice ATLAS Conference (21-22 October 2010)

La Cour internationale de justice et ses avis consultatifs en matière d’autodétermination

Université Libre de Bruxelles, Midi du Centre de droit international (8 October 2010)

Humanitarian Conscience and International Law: Reconceiving Humanitarian Intervention

Groningen University, Osaka University Forum 2010, Globalisation and Conflict: Entanglement between Local and Cosmopolitan Orientations (28-30 September 2010)

Islamic Law and the Responsibility to Protect

Belgian University Foundation, Human Rights and International Legal Discourse International Conference, The Contribution of Non-Western Legal Systems to International Human Rights Law (13-14 September 2010)

Towards Unity in Diversity: Race and Human Rights

Warwick University, Fourth Annual Postgraduate Conference on Whose Rights? How Right? (13 March 2010)

International Humanitarian Law and Obligations ErgaOmnes:Protecting the Humanitarian Conscience

School of Oriental and African Studies and London School of Economics and Political Science, Third Annual International Law Colloquium (16-17 January 2010)

Human Rights for Human Wrongs: Race and International Law

King’s College London, Third Annual International Graduate Research Conference on International Law (2-3 July 2009)

Dividing Mankind under Islamic Law: Past Doctrines and Present Applications

Oxford Brookes University, Law and Religion Scholars Network Doctoral Students Conference (30 June 2009)

Reconceiving the International Court of Justice’s Advisory Jurisdiction on Self-Determination

School of Oriental and African Studies, Research Students Conference on Regional Studies and Critical Perspectives on Regions (5-6 June 2009)

Equality before International Law: Human Rights and Women

Birkbeck College, Birkbeck School of Law Postgraduate Conference 2009 (29-30 May 2009)

The Structure of the Legal Argument in International Humanitarian Law

Cambridge University and London School of Economics and Political Science, Tenth Anniversary Inter-University Graduate Conference on Culture, Cognition and Construction (22-23 May 2009)

Dividing Mankind under International Law: Human Rights and Race

Oxford University, Green Templeton College Human Welfare Conference II on “Globalisation” and Human Welfare: Innovations in Sustainable Solutions (9-10 May 2009)

The Structure of the Legal Argument in the Islamic Law of War

Cardiff University, Law and Religion Scholars Network Conference 2009 (5 May 2009)

Asymmetrical Warfare: The Historical Grounds of International Humanitarian Law

King’s College London, Second Annual International Graduate Research Conference on International Law (9-10 June 2008)

International Humanitarian Law and Islamic Laws of War: Towards the Reconceptualisation of the Self and its Dark Side

School of Oriental and African Studies, First Annual Postgraduate Colloquium on International Law (19-20 January 2008)


LANGUAGES

Dutch: Mother Tongue

English: Proficient User

French: Proficient User

German: Independent User

Spanish: Independent User