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M.M.E. (Marlies) Hesselman, LLM

Lecturer International Law / PhD researcher
M.M.E. (Marlies) Hesselman, LLM

Current teaching (full courses):
BA /IRIO - Introduction to International and European Law (1st yr)
LLB - Juridische Onderzoeksvaardigheden 1 | international law (1st yr)
LLB - Interdisciplinary Research Colloquium | LLB thesis supervision) (3rd yr)
LLM - Seminar International Environmental Law (with Prof. Frans Nelissen) (4th yr)
Current teaching (partial contributions):
LLB - Honours College Human Rights Lecture Series (2nd yr)
LLM - Advanced International Law | new/critical approaches to int' law
LLM - International Law for Humanitarian Action (NOHA-course) | international disaster law
LLM - International Health Law | air pollution & climate change
LLM - Climate Law | international climate law
LLM - Settlement of International Disputes | conciliation & fact-finding
LLM - Seminar International Human rights Law | justiciability, right to energy
LLM - Seminar International Law in Practice
LLM - Thesis supervision
Past teaching:
LLB - Starting your Academic Career (1st yr)
LLB - Introduction to International and European Law (1st yr)
LLB - Research Seminar International Law (2nd yr)
LLB - Public International Law (2nd yr)
LLB - Studentenrechtbank (Student moot court) (3rd yr)
LLB - Honours Moot Court (3rd yr)
LLM - International Trade and Development Law | SDGs and human rights law
Guest lecturing
  • Jean Monnet Summer School on Health, Environment and Climate Change, 'Human Rights, Air Pollution and Climate Change', University of Salerno, Italy  (2018)
  • North Sea Energy Law Programme, 'Energy Access and the Law', University of Groningen, Netherlands (2018)
  • LLM 'Research Seminar: 'The Contours of a Human Right to Energy Access' University of Aberdeen, UK (2016), see here.
  • Training Course for HR Defenders - 'UN Monitoring Mechanisms: State Reporting & UPR',  NGO Peace & Justice, The Hague |(2014-2015)
  • MA - 'Theorizing Human Rights, Society and State' (Civic-State Interaction: Translating Human Rights Norms into Local Realities), ISS/Erasmus University, Rotterdam (2013)
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