Daniel is an Assistant Professor of Public International Law at the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies at Leiden Law School, where he has worked since 2018. Before joining Leiden University in 2018, Daniel worked at the International Court of Justice as an Associate Legal Officer for Judge Abdulqawi A. Yusuf. He was awarded a PhD in Law from the University of Cambridge, where he was a member of Gonville & Caius College and a recipient of the WM Tapp Studentship.
Daniel’s first monograph, Comparative Reasoning in International Courts and Tribunals (CUP 2019) won the European Society of International Law Book Prize in 2020. He has published articles in the British Yearbook of International Law, the N.Y.U. Journal of International Law & Politics, the Journal of International Dispute Settlement, and the Journal of World Trade & Investment, amongst others. Daniel also co-edited Interpretation in International Law (OUP 2015) with Andrea Bianchi and Matthew Windsor.
Daniel’s current research focusses on compliance with international legal obligations, exploring how insights from the behavioural social sciences might be used to understand the behaviour of actors in international law. His current research project, The Afterlife of Cases, is funded by the Leids Universiteits Fonds.
Daniel is a member of the editorial board of the Leiden Journal of International Law, co-rapporteur of the International Law Association Study Group on the Content and Evolution of the Rules of Interpretation, and a member of the ISDS Academic Forum.
At Leiden, Daniel acts as Academic Coordinator for the Adv. LLM in International Dispute Settlement and Arbitration.
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