International Humanitarian Law / International Human Rights Law / International Criminal Law / Anti-Terrorism Law / International Criminal Procedure / General Theory of Criminal Law / International Law on the Use of Force
Antonio Coco is a Departmental Lecturer in Public International Law at the University of Oxford, a Tutor at St. Peter’s College, Oxford, and has successfully completed his PhD at the University of Geneva. He is also a member of the Journal of International Criminal Justice’s Editorial Committee.
Until September 2017, Antonio Coco was a Teaching Assistant at the Geneva Academy. In 2016, he was a Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School, thanks to the ‘Doc.Mobility’ fellowship provided by the Swiss National Science Foundation. Previously, he worked as a legal assistant to the Special Rapporteur on Protection of Persons in the event of Disasters at the United Nations International Law Commission (2012), for the NGO Trial International (2012) and at the Chambers of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (2010). He is admitted to practice law in Italy, where he has worked as a defence counsel in criminal proceedings.
He holds an LLM in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights (summa cum laude) from the Geneva Academy (2012) and a Master’s Degree in Law (Laurea Magistrale in Giurisprudenza, summa cum laude) from the University of Catania (2010).
Khmer Rouge Tribunal (ECCC)LLM - Course
This course covers several cross-cutting institutional themes in international criminal justice, ranging from investigation strategies and relations with state actors to much-overlooked topics like victim and witness protection and the right to an adequate defence.
Antonio Coco, in J. De Hemptinne et al. (eds), Modes of Liability in International Criminal Law
Cambridge University Press
Journal of International Criminal Justice
Antonio Coco, co-authored with Tom Gal
Journal of International Criminal Justice 12
The War Report: Armed Conflict in 2014, Oxford University Press