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A. (Mando) Rachovitsa, PhD

At the moment I teach the following courses:

  • Settlement of International Disputes (LLM Public International Law, course coordinator)
  • Law & Legal Skills - IT for lawyers (LLB)

In the Technology Law track, LLB in International & European Law I am involved in teaching:

  • European and International Intellectual Property Law (course coordinator)
  • Data Protection & Human Rights in the Digital World
  • Introduction to Technology Law 
  • Research Seminar International Law

In the Honours Master Programme I teach the Masterclass Dissidence in Leadership: "What Would Bert Roling Do?"

In the past I designed and taught the Age of Human Rights capstone course (University College Groningen).

I have been also involved in teaching Introduction to International & European Law (LLB IR/IO); Public International Law (LLB); Introduction to Public International Law (LLB); Moot court – Honours College (LLB International & European Law); International Law in Practice (LLM in Public International Law).

Supervision (2016 - present)

  • 16 LLB theses
  • 18 LLM theses
  • PhD: external 2nd supervisor, University of Lapland, Finland, 2021

Member, Reading & Examination PhD Committees (2020 - present)

  • 1 examination PhD Committee, University of Groningen (2020)
  • 1 examination PhD Committee, University of Turku, Finland (2021)

Part of my research and presentations are also dedicated to teaching:

  • Teaching and (un)learning international law in Qatar’, Webinar Series: Teaching International Law, British Institute of International and Comparative Law (online, 23 April 2021)
  • Co-learning and telling stories for multi-disciplinary teaching and global citizenship’, Teaching Academy Groningen, presentation, nominated by the Honours Programme, University of Groningen for the Masterclass Dissidence in Leadership: “What Would Bert Roling Do?” to be showcased as innovative teaching (online, April 2021)
  • Doing What We Love? Giving Students More Space to Become Creative, Independent Learners’, Symposium on Innovations in International Legal Education During the Pandemic, Southern Illinois University Law Journal (online, Apr 2021)
  • Teaching International Human Rights Law for Global Challenges: Applying the Design Thinking Approach’, 2nd Global Studies International Week, Faculty of Law, University of Salamanca (online, April 2021)
  • Banksy and (re-) thinking technology’, 2nd Global Studies International Week, Faculty of Law, University of Salamanca (online, Apr 2021)
  • ‘Teaching Human Rights as a Core Curriculum Course at Qatar University’, Celebrating the International Day on the Universal Declaration on Human Rights, Qatar University (Doha, Dec 2014)
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