Gulia Pinzauti has broad experience in public international law, international criminal law and the law and practice of international courts and tribunals. Prior to joining the Grotius Centre, she served as an associate legal officer at the International Court of Justice (2015-2016) and in the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (2012-2014). Giulia also previously worked as part of the legal staff for the Pre-Trial Judge and the Appeals Chamber at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (2011-2012). Formerly, she worked as a teaching and research assistant at the University of Florence (Italy).
She holds a PhD in international law from the European University Institute, as well as a BA and MA from the University of Florence.
She is a member of the editorial board of the Leiden Journal of International Law and of the editorial committee of the Journal of International Criminal Justice. She is also treasurer of the Antonio Cassese Initiative for Justice, Peace and Humanity, a foundation that promotes global education and training in human rights, humanitarian law and transitional justice.
- Morgan-Foster J., Pinzauti G. & Webb P. (2017), The International Court of Justice in the Leiden Journal: A Retrospective, Leiden Journal of International Law 30(3): 571-577.
- Goy B., Jarvis M. & Pinzauti G. (2016), Contextualizing Sexual Violence and Linking It to Senior Officials: Modes of Liability. In: Brammertz S., Jarvis M. (Eds.) Prosecuting Conflict-Related Sexual Violence at the ICTY. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 368-435.
- Baig L., Jarvis M., Martin Salgado E. & Pinzauti G. (2016), Contextualizing Sexual Violence: Selection of Crimes. In: Brammertz S., Jarvis M. (Eds.) Prosecuting Conflict-Related Sexual Violence at the ICTY. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 291-367.
- Pinzauti G. & Savadogo H. (2016), ‘Topic 4: Article 38 of the ICJ Statute and Applicable Law’, Outcome Paper of the Seminar of The International Court of Justice at 70: In Retrospect and in Prospect, Journal of International Dispute Settlement 7(2): 256-260.
- Editor, ICJ Section
- Member of the editorial committee