LLB, LLM (Utrecht)
Youri van Logchem was appointed to a Lectureship in Law at Swansea University in 2015. He obtained his LLB (with honourable mention) at Utrecht University, the Netherlands, and graduated cum laude from his two-year Honorary Master’s in Legal Research at the same University in 2009. He received a Diploma from the Rhodes Academy for Oceans Law and Policy in 2012.
After completion of his LLM degree, he worked as a junior researcher/lecturer at the department of Legal Theory at Utrecht University. Thereafter, he started his PhD at the Netherlands Institute for the Law of the Sea (NILOS) of Utrecht University, supervised by Professor A.H.A. Soons and Professor A.G. Oude Elferink. He is currently still affiliated to NILOS as a PhD fellow. His PhD thesis focuses on the rules of international law governing the conduct of activities in areas of overlapping maritime claims that are not regulated by provisional arrangements. Youri also contributes as an external expert to a research project of the British Institute of International and Comparative law (BIICL) titled ‘Law of the Sea – Rights and Duties of States in the Undelimited Maritime Area’.
In 2011, Youri received a Law of the Sea Institute (LOSI) Research Competition Award for Early Career Researchers and presented a paper on the “The Scope for Unilateralism in Disputed Maritime Areas” (published in C. Schofield, S. Lee and M.-S. Kwon (eds.), The Limits of Maritime Jurisdiction (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013)) at the Sixth Annual LOSI International Conference, in Wollongong, Australia. He was awarded the Rhodes Academy Submarine Cables Award sponsored by the International Cable Protection Committee for a paper entitled: ‘Submarine Telecommunication Cables in Disputed Maritime Areas’ (published in Ocean Development and International Law in 2014) in 2013.
Youri’s main areas of expertise are international law of the sea and general international law. He teaches International Energy Law and Law of the Sea at LLM level.
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