Seb Eskauriatza Birmingham Law SchoolTeaching Fellow Contact details Telephone(0)121 414 6308Emails.email@example.com AddressBirmingham Law SchoolUniversity of Birmingham Edgbaston Birmingham B15 2TT UK Seb completed his LLB and LLM degrees at the University of Bristol. He joined Birmingham Law School in 2013. His research focuses on the jus post bellum with a focus on post-conflict Colombia. Qualifications LLB European Legal Studies (Bristol) LLM International Law (Bristol)Thesis Title: “Transnational Constitutionalism: The Search for a Hierarchy in International Law” Teaching Criminal Law International Criminal Law Public International Law Legal Theory Legal Skills Doctoral research PhD titleDoes the jus post bellum help to identify the law of transitional criminal justice?SupervisorsProfessor Robert Cryer and Dr Gavin ByrneCourseLaw PhD / PhD by Distance Learning / MPhil / MJur Research Seb is conducting research into the jus post bellum. His thesis evaluates the potential for applying Ronald Dworkin's philosophy of 'law as integrity' to the problem of the criminal accountability of child soldiers. Other activities Activities, Papers, Media Articles and Workshops Summer Academy on Global Justice, Goethe University Frankfurt - Full Scholarship, July 2017. 7th Annual EURO-ISME Conference, ‘Restraint in War – Essential for a Just Peace?’ - The Royal Military Academy, Brussels, - 30 May 2017 – 2 June 2017. 'The ICC and Transitional Justice in Colombia’, The Conversation, March 2017. Rapid Response Paper – BLS Seminar Series – ‘Donald Trump and the Implications for the Colombian Peace Deal’ (September 2016) Final Jus Post Bellum Conference, hosted by Leiden University at the Peace Palace, the Hague, the Netherlands (September 2016). A2B Access to Birmingham University Scheme, Post-conflict justice and Child Soldiers (June-July 2016) Criminal Justice Cluster, University of Mount Royal Visit from Calgary, Canada - Presentation on Jus Post Bellum and Transitional Justice, May 2016. University of Birmingham, Midlands PGR Conference April 2016, Paper Title: ‘The jus post bellum: Do we need a new Geneva Convention?’, April 2016. Panel Presentation in Public Debate on Euthanasia - University of Birmingham Debating Society (“The Legalization of Euthanasia and the Implications for Criminal Law”), February 2016 UN-Haiti Cholera Claims Roundtable - University of Birmingham, (assisting Dr. Rosa Freedman and Dr. Nicolas-Lemay Hebert), December 2015. International Criminal Justice Cluster, Work-in-Progress Session with Professor Mark Drumbl (Washington and Lee University), ‘Reimagining Child Soldiers’, November 2015 Mexican Chamber of Commerce, Half-Year Annual Business Outlook: Summary Report Published in Online Magazine, June 2015. University of Birmingham - Criminal Law Teaching, Theory and Practice Workshop, June 2015. University of Birmingham PGR Conference 2015 - Chair, International Humanitarian Law Panel, June 2015. Mexican Chamber of Commerce – ‘The UK General Election 2016’, June 2015, Online Newsletter University of Birmingham PGR Conference Work-in-Progress 2015, Paper Title: ‘The jus post bellum and Ronald Dworkin’s theory of law as integrity’, May 2015. Chatham House Research Workshop: AMISOM and the Challenges facing Somalia, April 2015. Chatham House Members’ Event: Challenges and Choices for the UK, Defence and Security, March 2015 Chatham House: Future Trends in the Gulf - Members’ Event - Feb 2015 University of Birmingham PGR Conference 2014 - Co-organizer and Presenter, Paper Title: ‘What is the jus post bellum?’, June 2014. BLS Conference - Hybridity: Power, social structures and institutions beyond the liberal west, Birmingham, June 2014. The Past and Future of the Legal Left - Celebrating Duncan Kennedy’s Scholarship, May 2014 Publications 'Colombia struggles to deliver justice in army ‘cash-for-kills’ scandal', The Conversation, 18 September 2017 'Colombia’s approach to criminals must be tough – for the sake of peace,' The Conversation, 13 March 2017.