Profile
Ana Luísa Bernardino

Ana Luisa BERNARDINO

PhD Researcher in International Law
Spoken languages
English, French, Mandarin, Chinese, Portuguese
Areas of expertise
  • Theory and philosophy of international law
  • Dispute settlement

PhD Thesis

 

PhD Supervisor: Andrea Bianchi
 

Profile

 

Ana Luísa Bernardino is a PhD candidate in International Law at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and currently serves as the Programme Manager of the LLM in International Law. Ana previously worked as a Teaching Assistant for the International Law department of the Graduate Institute. Before her admission to the PhD programme, she obtained a master’s degree from the Graduate Institute, where she was awarded the Mariano Garcia Rubio Prize for best master’s dissertation in International Law. Ana has also previously collaborated in different capacities with a Lisbon-based law firm, the International Law Commission, the World Trade Organization, the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, and the Portuguese Mission to the United Nations Office and other International Organizations in Geneva.  Ana's research interests include theory and philosophy of international law and international dispute settlement. Ana is the recipient of the 2020 James Crawford prize awarded for the best article published in Journal of International Dispute Settlement.

 

Relevant Publications

 

'The Discursive Construction of Facts in International Adjudication' (2020) 11 Journal of International Dispute Settlement 175

 

Academic Work Experience

 

Teaching Experience

Teaching Assistant for the International Law department of the Graduate Institute

 

Fellowships, Grants and Awards

 

  • Mariano Garcia Rubio Prize for best master’s dissertation in International Law
  • 2020 James Crawford prize awarded for the best article published in Journal of International Dispute Settlement

 

Links

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