Past Member

Eugene Kontorovich

Affiliation
Social Science
Field of Study
Constitutional and International Law
From 9/2011 – 8/2012:

Eugene Kontorovich will examine the lessons of piracy for international criminal law. Piracy is the oldest international crime, a revived security challenge, and the conceptual model for the modern international criminal regime. Thus it offers a yardstick for measuring the progress of international law from the eighteenth century to today.

Dates at IAS
Member
  • Social Science
9/20118/2012
Degrees
University of Chicago Law School J.D., 2001
University of Chicago B.A., 1996
Honors
Paul Bator Award (Federalist Society) 2012
Appointments
University of Chicago Law School 2005–2007 Visiting Professor
George Mason University Law School 2003–2007 Assistant Professor