Guest/External PhD candidate
Yudan Tan (1988) has been a staff member of the Grotius Centre since 3 September 2013 as a Ph.D candidate.
Yudan Tan graduated from Southwest University of Political Science and Law (LLB) in 2010. During her master, Yudan studied comparative law in China-EU School of Law at the China University of Political Science and Law (LL.M.). She also obtained a master degree on European and International law from the University of Hamburg. In September 2013, she started working at Leiden University with Prof. William Schabas and Dr. Robert Heinsch.
During her master programme, she worked as teaching assistant on the course Public International Law.
Her PhD research topic is about the Rome Statute as evidence of customary international law.
- Tan Y. (9 April 2019), The Rome Statute as Evidence of Customary International Law (PhD thesis. Institute of Public Law, Leiden Law School, Leiden University) Meijers-reeks no. MI-320. Supervisor(s) and Co-supervisor(s): Schabas W.A., Heinsch R.W.
- Tan Y. (2018), The Identification of Customary Rules in International Criminal Law, Merkourios: Utrecht Journal for International and European Law 34(2): 92-110.
- Tan Y. (2018), The ICC’s South Africa Non-Compliance Decision: Effect of Security Council Resolution 1593(2005) on referring the Darfur situation, Amsterdam Law Forum 10(2): 72-77.
- Tan Y. (2017), The Identification of Customary Rules in International Criminal Law.
- Tan Y. (19 December 2016), The Impact of Burundi’s Withdrawal upon the Burundi Situation. Cambridge International Law Journal Blog. Cambridge: University of Cambridge [blog entry].