Stoyan Panov is primarily interested in the areas of international criminal law, public international law, international humanitarian law and international human rights law. His research is focused on the customary status of the obligation ‘extradite or prosecute’. Stoyan is a Postgraduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Birmingham Law School and currently teaches second-year EU law seminars.
BA (DePauw University)
MA (Georgetown University)
LLM (Leiden University)
Stoyan Panov graduated withcum laudehonours in Political Science and Economics from DePauw University (USA) in 2005. He completed studies in International Law at Georgetown University (USA) with high distinction in 2008. He also holds an LL.M. degree in Public International Law from Leiden University (The Netherlands). Stoyan joined Birmingham Law School in September 2010 as a Postgraduate Teaching Assistant and Ph.D. candidate.
As a Postgraduate Teaching Assistant, Stoyan teaches second- year LL.B. seminars on the Legal Foundations of the European Union module and first-year LL.B. seminars on the Introduction to the Study of Law.
Stoyan’s research interests are in the areas of public international law, international criminal law, international humanitarian law and international and European human rights law. His Ph.D. research primarily focuses on the customary status of the ‘Aut Dedere Aut Judicare’ obligation in international law and the role of accountability and realization of justice in international criminal law and international law in general.’ obligation in international law and the role of accountability and realization of justice in international criminal law and international law in general.
Stoyan has held positions as a Postgraduate Representative on the Law School’s Staff Student Consultative Committee and Postgraduate Research Board.