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    Dr. Marieke de Hoon is Assistant Professor of International Law, International Criminal Law and Human Rights Law. 

    Research

    Dr. De Hoon's research interest lies in the development of the international legal order, particularly when it addresses serious human rights violations. She follows the development of the newest crime of the International Criminal Court (ICC): the crime of aggression. She moreover researches the functioning and legitimacy struggles of the ICC. Dr. De Hoon is currently interested in the establishment of the IIIM and the Myanmar Mechanism under the Human Rights Council and the ways in which these mechanisms will fulfill and (re)shape their mandates and collaborate with other investigatory and accountability institutions on the international and domestic levels. She moreover continues to follow the legal developments regarding the downing of Flight MH17.  

    Teaching

    International Law Clinic, see: https://rechten.vu.nl/nl/maatschappelijke-impact/international-law-clinic/index.aspx#accept 

    Education

    Dr. Marieke de Hoon holds a Ph.D. in law from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. She wrote her PhD dissertation on the law and politics of the crime of aggression. She moreover holds an LL.M. cum laude from Utrecht University in the selective 2-year Master's program in Legal Research (focused on International Law and Dutch Criminal Law), and an LL.B. cum laude from the selective honorary bachelor's program 'Utrecht Law College'.

    Ancillary activities

    • Public International Law & Policy Group | The Hague | Senior Counsel and Director Netherlands Office | 2015-12-01 - present

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