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International Administrative Law

Prof Yarik Kryvoi has a significant experience in the area of international administrative law and in particular the regulation and resolution of disputes between international civil servants and intergovernmental organisations.

Prof Kryvoi has practiced international administrative law and employment law with the Economic Court of the Commonwealth of Independent States and the World Bank Administrative Tribunals. While at Harvard Law School he won a competition to conduct analysis of the World Bank Administrative Tribunal's jurisprudence.

He has also spoken at a number of high-level conferences on the interaction between international public law, international labour law, international rules of international organisations as well as privileges and immunities of international organisations.

His publications in this field include:

  • ‘Procedural Fairness as a Precondition for Immunity of International Organizations’, International Organizations Law Review, Volume 13, pp.255-272 (2016). || Download ||.
  • ‘The Law Applied by International Administrative Tribunals: From Autonomy to Hierarchy’, George Washington International Law Review, Volume 46, pp. 267-301 (2015). || Download ||.
  • ‘International Courts’ in The Year in Review, An Annual Publication of the ABA/Section of International Law, pp. 129-147 (co-authored with Emerson Beishline et al, 2013).
  • ‘The World Bank and the ILO: Two Visions of Employment Regulation’, in REGULATION OF FIXED-TERM EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS: A COMPARATIVE OVERVIEW (Roger Blanpain & Claire Grant eds.), pp. 47-59 (Wolters Kluwer 2009). || Download ||.

 
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