Teaching/Research Staff Member
Daniel Clausen-Damonzé has been a staff member of the Grotius Centre since beginning October, 2015 as Research Assistant. He graduated with his LLM from Leiden University, with a thesis on the intersectionality between sexual orientation law and international criminal law. He is a qualified Attorney of the High Court of South Africa and also works as project officer at the African Association of International Law in The Hague.
Daniel graduated with his LLB from Stellenbosch University, South Africa in 2005. After graduation he worked as Legal Clerk at various law firms in South Africa and in 2008 became a qualified Attorney of the High Court of South Africa. He was Legal Advisor for an International property investment company in South Africa and England. In 2015 he obtained his LLM in Public International Law from Leiden University and wrote a thesis on his research interests, which are comparative sexual orientation law and international criminal law. As Research Assistant, he works on the Global Index on Legal Recognition of Homosexual Orientation (GILRHO, coordinator: Kees Waaldijk). Daniel is also working on a part time basis as Project Officer at the African Association of International Law (AAIL) in The Hague. The AAIL is one of the first academic societies on the continent of Africa in the field of international law, which was established in 1986 by leading international lawyers on the continent.
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