Stefan Talmon

Stefan Talmon is Professor of Public Law, Public International Law and European Law, and Co-Director of the Institute of Public International Law at the University of Bonn. He is also a Supernumerary Fellow of St Anne's College, Oxford. From 2003 to 2011 he was Lecturer, Reader and Professor of Public International Law in the University of Oxford, and a Tutorial Fellow of St Anne's College, Oxford. He has extensive experience representing and advising clients in cases before international and domestic courts. His work has included disputed land and river boundaries in Africa; the financing of terrorism; outer continental shelf delineations; extraterritorial application of laws; the enforcement of judgments under the Brussels I Regulation; the exhaustion of domestic remedies; the protection of private property and freedom of expression under the ECHR; de-naturalization and loss of citizenship and questions of international air traffic with unrecognized States. Stefan has consulted on UN and EU economic sanctions; the legal status of insurrectional regimes, archaeological excavations and expropriation of private property in occupied territory; legal status and property rights to underwater cultural heritage; UN oil-for-food programme investigations. He has also conducted reviews of environmental implications of defence projects and has advised army, air force and naval officers on international law and the law of the sea. From 2003-2011 he taught international law to diplomats on the Oxford Foreign Service Programme.