Jacques Hartmann

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Senior Lecturer, Director of the LLM in International Law & Security

Bio

Biography

Jacques Hartmann is Senior Lecturer in Law and Director of the LLM in International Law & Security. He has extensive experience teaching and practicing international law. He holds a PhD from Cambridge University, where he also worked as Research Associate at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. He has taught international and human rights law in various capacities at universities in the UK, including Durham, Glasgow and Edinburgh, as well as overseas, and is currently Visiting Lecturer at La Sabana University, Colombia. Prior to joining Dundee University, Jacques worked as Legal Officer at the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, representing Denmark at diplomatic conferences and before the International Court of Justice. He has experience collaborating with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental organisations, including the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Research

Jacques’ research interests focus on general issues of public international law, particularly relating to security, transnational crime and human rights. His published works address questions of international peace and security, criminal cooperation, extradition, immunity and jurisdiction. Between 2003 and 2016, he has been co-compiler of the section on state practice in the British Yearbook of International Law published by Oxford University Press.  Jacques also regularly contributes to the International Committee of the Red Cross Project on Customary International Humanitarian Law.

Teaching

Public International Law

International Criminal Law

Transnational Crime and Counter-Terrorism

International Law and Security

Public Law

Publications

Hartmann, J

Scotland’s Relationship with the EU after Brexit: Lessons from the Faroes.

Research output: Other Contribution



Boyle, A, Hartmann, J & Savaresi, A 2016

'The United Nation's Security Council's Legislative and Enforcement Powers and Climate change' Scottish Centre for International Law Working Paper Series, no. 14, Scottish Centre for International Law, Edinburgh.

Research output: Working Paper



Hartmann, J 2016,

Danmarks indsats i udviklingen af nye regler i den humanitære folkeret: Københavnprocessen om tilbageholdelse, håndtering og overdragelse af fanger i internationale militæroperationer. in P Vedel Kessing & A Laursen (eds), Robust Mandat: - juridiske udfordringer ved danske militære missioner i det 21. århundrede . DJØF, pp. 263-305.

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Hartmann, J, Warbrick, C & Shah, S 2015,

'United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2014' British Yearbook of International Law, vol 85, no. 1, pp. 301-727. DOI:
10.1093/bybil/brw002

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Hartmann, J 2015,

'Unilateralism in international law: implications of the inclusion of emissions from aviation in the EU ETS' Questions of International Law, pp. 19-32.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Hartmann, J 2015,

The Copenhagen process: principles and guidelines. in Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law. 2013 edn, vol. 16, Springer , Netherlands, pp. 3-32. DOI:
10.1007/978-94-6265-038-1

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Abboud, W, Churchill, RR, Hartmann, J, Reid, CT & Shields, K

Inquiry into EU reform and the EU referendum: implications for Scotland.

Research output: Other Contribution



Savaresi, A & Hartmann, J 2015,

Human Rights in the 2015 Agreement. Legal Resonse Initiative, London.

Research output: Book Anthology



Hartmann, J, Warbrick, C & Shah, S 2014,

'United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2013' British Yearbook of International Law, vol 84, no. 1, pp. 526-952. DOI:
10.1093/bybil/bru002

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Hartmann, J & Waibel, M

Mackerel war called off?.

Research output: Other Contribution



Hartmann, J 2014,

'Detention in international military operations: problems and process' Military Law and the Law of War Review, vol 52, no. 2, pp. 303-352.

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Hartmann, J & Waibel, M

The ‘Mackerel War’ goes to the WTO.

Research output: Other Contribution



Hartmann, J, Warbrick, C & Shah, S 2013,

'United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2012' British Yearbook of International Law, vol 83, no. 1, pp. 298-712. DOI:
10.1093/bybil/brt002

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Hartmann, J, Shah, S & Warbrick, C 2013,

'United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2011' British Yearbook of International Law, vol 82, no. 1, pp. 676-1105. DOI:
10.1093/bybil/brs006

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Hartmann, J

Canada and Denmark reach agreement on the Lincoln Sea boundary.

Research output: Other Contribution



Hartmann, J 2013,

'A battle for the skies: applying the European emissions trading system to international aviation' Nordic Journal of International Law, vol 82, no. 2, pp. 187-220. DOI:
10.1163/15718107-08202001

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Hartmann, J

An Indian trial on Danish soil – an odd proposal in a somewhat bizarre case.

Research output: Other Contribution



Hartmann, J

The European Emissions Trading System and extraterritorial jurisdiction.

Research output: Other Contribution



Hartmann, J

Denmark establishes a Commission of Inquiry on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Research output: Other Contribution



Hartmann, J, Shah, S & Warbrick, C 2011,

'United Kingdom materials on international law 2010' British Yearbook of International Law, vol 81, no. 1, pp. 453-817. DOI:
10.1093/bybil/brr006

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Kaikobad, K, Hartmann, J, Shah, S & Warbrick, C 2010,

'United Kingdom materials on international law 2009' British Yearbook of International Law, vol 80, no. 1, pp. 661-949. DOI:
10.1093/bybil/80.1.661

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Hartmann, J 2009,

The European Convention on Human Rights and extradition. in KH Kaikobad & M Bohlander (eds), International law and power: perspectives on legal order and justice. Essays in honour of Colin Warbrick. Martinus Nijhoff, Leiden, pp. 25-62.

Research output: Contribution To Book Anthology



Kaikobad, K, Hartmann, J, Shah, S & Warbrick, C 2009,

'United Kingdom materials on international law 2008' British Yearbook of International Law, vol 79, no. 1, pp. 565-848. DOI:
10.1093/bybil/79.1.565

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Hartmann, J 2008,

'The Lugovoy Extradition Case' International and Comparative Law Quarterly, vol 57, no. 1, pp. 194-200 . DOI:
10.1017/S0020589308000092

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Kaikobad, K, Hartmann, J, Shah, S & Warbrick, C 2008,

'United Kingdom materials on international law 2007' British Yearbook of International Law, vol 78, no. 1, pp. 634-635. DOI:
10.1093/bybil/78.1.634

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Kaikobad, K, Hartmann, J, Shah, S & Warbrick, C 2007,

'United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2006' British Yearbook of International Law, vol 77, no. 1, pp. 597-905. DOI:
10.1093/bybil/77.1.597

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Kaikobad, K, Hartmann, J, Shah, S & Warbrick, C 2006,

'United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2005' British Yearbook of International Law, vol 76, no. 1, pp. 683-970. DOI:
10.1093/bybil/76.1.683

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Kaikobad, K, Hartmann, J, Warbrick, C & Williams, S 2005,

'United Kingdom Materials on International Law 2004' British Yearbook of International Law, vol 75, no. 1, pp. 595-962. DOI:
10.1093/bybil/75.1.595

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Hartmann, J 2005,

'The Gillon Affair' International and Comparative Law Quarterly, vol 54, no. 3, pp. 745-755. DOI:
10.1093/iclq/lei026

Research output: Contribution To Journal



Press

'Young thinker' title for law lecturer Kirsteen

  • Published: 17/11/2011
  • Press clipping: Research

A Lecturer in Law at the University of Dundee has been named Scotland and Northern Ireland Young Thinker of the Year for 2011 for her ideas on how to 'rethink the recession'. Kirsteen Shields (28), originally from Glasgow, was awarded the title by the Young Scotland and Northern Ireland Programme, the organisation founded by the journalist Kenneth Roy. Kirsteen's pre…

Young Scientist Award for Dundee medical student

  • Published: 19/09/2013
  • Press clipping: Research

A final year medical student from the University of Dundee has received a Young Scientist Award at a prestigious medical conference in recognition of her outstanding work on the impact of antibiotic resistance worldwide and its implications for pneumonia patients. The European Respiratory Society made the award to Catriona Rother (24), originally from Edinburgh, at t…

Yes and No voters more alike than they might think, claims study

  • Published: 25/03/2015
  • Press clipping: Research

www.thecourier.co.uk/news/local/dundee/yes-and-no-voters-more-alike-than-they-might-think-claims-study-1.855595

Will the oil price continue to fall?

  • Published: 10/01/2016
  • Press clipping: Other

Live interview on RT-TV Current News Today (Russian Television) "Will the oil price continue to fall?"

Will 2013 be seen as the international Year of Water law Cooperation?

  • Published: 02/07/2013
  • Press clipping: Research

2013 – the UN Year of Water Cooperation – is a big year for international water law. The UN Watercourses Convention, adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1997, may well enter into force before 2014 – only five additional ratifications are required. In addition, the amendment to the UNECE Helsinki Convention, which would allow non-UNECE States to join, is likely to b…

Why you should make plans for digital death

  • Published: 13/02/2011
  • Press clipping: Research

The Sunday Post. Quotes from me appar in the 2/3 page article.

Why has oil gone under $50 per barrel?

  • Published: 21/08/2015
  • Press clipping: Other

Live interview on RT-TV Current News Today (Russian Television) "Why has oil gone under $50 per barrel?"  

Why crowds are good for you

  • Published: 18/10/2012
  • Press clipping: Research

Participation is important for well-being, according to scientists Being stuck in a crowd of a million people doesn’t sound like much fun, but according to the latest research, being with others - even during difficult conditions - can actually be good for well-being. The study, into the biggest religious festival on earth, the Magh Mela, suggests that participation …

WHO status for dental school unit

  • Published: 01/11/2004
  • Press clipping: Research

The Unit of Dental and Oral Health and Health Psychology at the Dental School has been designated a World Health Organisation (WHO) Collaborating Centre for Public Health Issues on Congenital Anomalies and Technology Transfer. Professor Peter Mossey, has been appointed Head of the Centre. Since his arrival at the University in 1994, Peter has established a track reco…

What happens to a couple's digital life after break up?

  • Published: 24/02/2016
  • Press clipping: Research

During a romantic relationship, a couple is likely to create, accumulate and share many digital possessions such as videos, photos, chat histories, and shared accounts like Netflix. These digital possessions can cue precious memories, but if the relationship ends these possessions don't just disappear, they need to be dealt with in some way.  

WATCH: Stephen Fry congratulates Dundee academics for awards victories

  • Published: 13/01/2017
  • Press clipping: Research

https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/news/local/dundee/348021/watch-stephen-fry-congratulates-dundee-academics-awards-victories/ by Ciaran Sneddon January 13 2017, 3.25pm Updated: January 13 2017, 12.15pm Stephen Fry said he hopes to visit Dundee this year as he praised university academics for helping transform lives in Scotland and across the world. The writer and broad…

Vitamin D shown not to lower blood pressure in older adults with high blood pressure

  • Published: 12/08/2013
  • Press clipping: Research

Treatment with Vitamin D does not help reduce high blood pressure in older people, a new study from the University of Dundee has shown. Researchers in the School of Medicine examined the effects of Vitamin D supplements provided to patients aged 70 and over who had isolated systolic hypertension - the most common type of high blood pressure among older people. Previo…

Visitors to the Botanic Gardens can also now enjoy a science lesson, thanks to a new genetics garden.

  • Published: 29/10/2013
  • Press clipping: Other

Article and photo in The Courier

Viewpoint: A Macroscopic Tractor Beam with Acoustic Waves

  • Published: 30/04/2014
  • Press clipping: Research

Among the many examples of how science fiction and fantasy have inspired real science, an interesting one is the “tractor beam,” first conceived by the chemical engineer and writer Edward E. Smith in the 1930s in his novel Spacehounds of IPC. Smith’s hypothetical device was a beam capable of pulling any macroscopic object from a distance. In the case of a light beam,…

UUJ thank Professor

  • Published: 01/09/2014
  • Press clipping: Other

RTPI Northern Ireland PlaNIt

Utilización de floúr y decir adiós a los azúcares es el camino contra las caries (Using Fluoride and saying goodbye to sugar to protect against cavities)

  • Published: 09/04/2014
  • Press clipping: Other

La odontopediatra y especialista en Cariologia del Reino Unido, doctora Nicola Innes, fue invitada por la Facultad de Odontologia de la Ufro para dictar dos conferencias. (The pediatric dentist and specialist in the UK, Dr Nicola Innes, was invited by the Faculty of Dentistry of UFRO to deliver two lectures.)

Uptake of Smoking During Transition to Adulthood

  • Published: 21/04/2008
  • Press clipping: Research

Resaearch to explore the reasons why young people start smoking

Unnecessary ward moves - bad for patients, bad for healthcare systems

  • Published: 29/07/2013
  • Press clipping: Research

Unnecessary ward moves are becoming increasingly common and have adverse consequences both for patients and for hospitals, according to researchers from the University of Dundee. Professor Marion McMurdo and Dr Miles Witham have drawn attention to the practice of 'boarding' patients - moving individuals from their own base specialty ward to other wards to accommodate…

University of Dundee researcher awarded £1.9M to combat Parkinson's disease

  • Published: 16/07/2013
  • Press clipping: Research

A scientist at the Medical Research Council Protein Phosphorylation and Ubiquitylation Unit (MRC-PPU) at the University of Dundee has been awarded almost £1.9M from the Wellcome Trust to investigate the causes of Parkinson's disease. Dr Miratul Muqit has been awarded a Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellowship in Clinical Science to undertake research over the next 5…

Activities

Visiting Fellow

Role: Recipient
Activity: Types of Award - Fellowship awarded competitively

1 2 2017

The European Union and the Arctic

Role: Chair
Activity: Participation in conference

30 5 2015

The European Convention on Human Rights and National Sovereignty - The case of the United Kingdom

Role: Speaker
Activity: Invited talk

11 4 2017

Law and Governance: Emerging Issues of the Polar Regions

Role: Speaker
Activity: Invited talk

20 6 2017

International Law and Guantánamo Detention Operations: Why it matters to Scotland

Role: Speaker
Activity: Types of External academic engagement - Invited talk

8 2 2017

International Law and Guantánamo Detention Operations: Why it Matters

Role: Speaker
Activity: Types of External academic engagement - Invited talk

8 2 2017

Inquiry on the proposed repeal of the Human Rights Act and its replacement with a British Bill of Rights

Role: Contributor
Activity: Types of External academic engagement - Contribution to the work of national or international committees and working groups

3 3 2016

Inquiry into EU reform and the EU referendum: implications for Scotland

Role: Contributor
Activity: Types of External academic engagement - Contribution to the work of national or international committees and working groups

19 11 2015

Glasgow Textbook Workshop

Role: Invited speaker
Activity: Participation in workshop, seminar, course

12 11 2013

Conference of the Transatlantic Maritime Emissions Research Network

Role: Participant
Activity: Participation in conference

20 6 2016

Comments to the Danish Ministry of Defence on a draft manual of the law of armed conflict

Role: Observer
Activity: Types of External academic engagement - Contribution to the work of national or international committees and working groups

7 3 2016

Climate Change
 and the UN Security Council

Role: Invited speaker
Activity: Participation in workshop, seminar, course

29 3 2016

American Society of International Law Annual Meeting

Role: Participant
Activity: Participation in conference

30 3 2016

(International) Legal Positivism: Custom, Interpretation and Subjectivity

Role: Participant
Activity: Participation in workshop, seminar, course

5 6 2015