Law Lecture | War in Ukraine: Legal and Humanitarian Aspects – A Critical Perspective | Professor Olena Nihreieva

18th November 2022, 14:30-15:30
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Date: Friday 18th November 2022
Time: 14:30 – 15:30
Location: Conference Hall, Europa Point Campus

Join us on campus for this law lecture, co-hosted by the University of Gibraltar and the University of Cádiz, delivered by Professor Olena Nihreieva, associate professor in International Law at the Faculty of Economics and Law, Odessa I. I. Mechnikov National University (Ukraine). 

About the speaker

Throughout her career Professor Nihreieva has worked in the fields of Public International Law, International Law of Internet (International Regulation of Crypto assets Activities included) and Maritime Law.

Among other activities Prof Nihreieva has also worked as Executive Secretary of the scientific journal “Odessa National University Herald. Series: Jurisprudence” and has administrative scholar experience as Faculty Vice-Dean for Research. Recently she presented courses as Visiting Professor at the University of Bologna, Italy (2022) and the University of Foggia, Italy (2022). Additionally, she has participated in many international conferences and other scientific events in Ukraine and abroad.

Currently her research focuses on different issues of international law-making and enforcement; in particular on the concept of obligations erga omnes. In addition, Prof Nihreieva’s research interests include Law of International Security and Armed Conflicts, International Economic Law and International Law of Internet. She has also conducted studies in Maritime Law and her PhD thesis is dedicated to Legal Regulations of Ship Mortgage.

She has been publishing in Ukrainian, English and Russian. Recent works include: 2022 Russian Invasion of Ukraine through the Prism of International Law: a Critical Overview (2022); The Interpretation of Article XX(g) of the GATT 1994 in the Context of “Ukraine − Wood Products” (2022, collective monograph); The international legal regime of outer space: between res communis and res nullius (2022); Global Commons through the Prism of Collective Rights (2021) etc.


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