Professor Nikolaos Voulgaris
Professor Nikolaos Voulgaris is a Fellow for the Centre for International Governance and Dispute Resolution (CIGAD) at The Dickson Poon School of Law.
Nikolaos Voulgaris is a post-doctoral researcher and a teaching assistant at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, and a lecturer at the European Law & Governance School (on sabbatical during 2022-2023). Specialised in general public international law, his interests include the law of international responsibility, the sources and subjects of international law and international dispute resolution. His latest research explores the limits of international courts as dispute resolution mechanisms. During his stay at KCL he will focus on the International Court of Justice as part of a multi-forum litigation strategy.
He studied law in Athens (LLB & LLM, Athens University) and London (LLM & PhD, KCL). He has taught both postgraduate and undergraduate courses at KCL and Athens. He conducted research for the Freedom Rights Project and Prof. Guglielmo Verdirame. Also, he has worked as a lawyer at the law office of Prof. Stavros Tsakyrakis, for the European Court of Human Rights and the Greek National Committee for Human Rights. He is the author of Allocating International Responsibility between International Organizations and Member States (Hart, 2019) a monograph based on his doctoral dissertation.