President and Editor-in-chief: Ferdinand Quist
Ferdinand Quist is an LLM student in International Law and the Law of International Organizations (International Human Rights Law) at the University of Groningen. He joined GroJIL in February 2014 as a PR Ambassador and took over from the Technical and Promotional Director later that year in July. Currently, he is the Journal’s President and Editor-in-chief. Born in Dordrecht, the Netherlands, his academic interests lie in international health law and comparative constitutional law.
Publishing Director: Vincent Beyer
Vincent Beyer is an alumnus of the LLB in International and European Law (’14) at the University of Groningen and the Master’s in International Law at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva (’16). He returned to Groningen in September 2016 to complete his studies and formally qualify as a lawyer. His interests are regime conflict in public international law as well as international dispute settlement. He joined the editorial board in September 2016.
Promotional and Technical Director: Sandra Bedrossian
Sandra Bedrossian is a student of Artificial Intelligence at the University of Groningen. An Armenian; having grown up in Kuwait, she is much accustomed to leading a lifestyle immersed in different cultures. Though she might be a student in the faculty of Science & Engineering, she is keen to explore the possibilities at the Groningen Journal of International Law. As of September 2016, she is the Promotional and Technical Director of GROJIL.
External Liaison: Iana Gaytandjieva
Iana Gaytandjieva is a graduate of the LLB International & European Law programme at the University of Groningen, and currently enrolled in the LLM International Law & the Law of International Organisations. She started working for the Journal as a PR Ambassador in 2016, and now holds the position of External Liaison. Her interests lie in International Humanitarian Law.
Treasurer and Secretary: Lydia Groche
Lydia Groche is a Bachelor student of International Relations and International Organization. Within her studies she is also completing a Minor in International Law. She is especially interested in Human Rights Law. Lydia joined the Journal in September 2016 as the new Secretary and Treasurer.