Craig Eggett (C.M.)
Dr Craig Eggett is Assistant Professor of International Law. He holds an LL.B. (hons) from Durham Law School (UK) and an LL.M. (cum laude) in International Laws from Maastricht University, including study abroad at KU Leuven and Université Toulouse 1 Capitole. Prior to coming to Maastricht, Craig worked at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia.
Craig's PhD research was concerned with "general principles of law" in the sense of Article 38(1)(c) of the ICJ Statute. As part of this project, he has spent time at the Lauterpacht Centre for Interntional Law at the University of Cambridge.
Craig is currently working on matters of evidence before international courts and tribunals, the duty to cooperate in international law, and the interpretation of unwritten rules.
Craig is the convenor of the Maastricht International Law Discussion Group (ILDG).
- LL.M courses in public international law and dispute settlement.
- Legal skills courses in the undergraduate programme.
- Rights of the Child at University College Maastricht.
- Supervision of thesis students writing on international legal theory, treaty law, state responsibility, international criminal law and human rights, and the law of the sea.
Craig is the Coordinator of the Bachlor Honours Programme at the Faculty of Law. He also coaches the moot court teams for the Jessup and Nuremberg International Criminal Law competitions.
- Public International Law
- International Dispute Settlement, in particular the International Court of Justice
- International Criminal Law
- The Sources of International Law
- International Legal Theory and Philosophy