Dr Mamadou Hébié is Assistant Professor at the Grotius Centre for international Legal Studies of Leiden University and a Visiting Professor at the University of Lille where he lectures a course on International litigation.
Mamadou Hébié is an assistant professor of international law at the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies, and a visiting professor at the Lille Catholic University where he lectures a course on international litigation.
Before joining Leiden University, Dr. Hébié was Lecturer at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, in the Master in International Dispute Settlement program (MIDS).
He holds a Ph.D., summa cum laude, avec les félicitations du jury (2012), and a Diploma in Advanced Studies - Specialization international law (2006), from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. Dr. Mamadou Hébié also graduated from Harvard Law School (2012) and the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights (2005), and is a recipient of the Diplomas of The Hague Academy of International Law (2010) and the International Institute of Human Rights (2009). Mamadou’s Ph.D. thesis on ‘Les accords conclus entre les puissances coloniales et les entités politiques locales comme moyens d'acquisition de la souveraineté territoriale’ won in 2016 the Paul Guggenheim Prize in International Law.
He acted as adviser to the Argentine Republic in the ARA Libertad case before the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea. His areas of interests include general international law, international dispute settlement mechanisms, territorial and maritime boundary disputes, international humanitarian law and human rights, international economic law, and the history of international law.
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