International Law Under Construction was founded in early 2017, adding to the academic debate with frequent blog posts about topics of international law. The blog aims to effectively contribute to the active advancement of knowledge in society and the promotion of topics and issues revolving around international law for sustainable societies. Furthermore, the blog allows for brief commentaries by readers and scholars and invites for (academic) discussion that can provide inspiration for further research.
Executive Editor: Woodman Dickinson
Woodman Dickinson is currently pursuing an LLM in International Business Law at the University of Groningen and holds an LLB in International and European Law from the same university. His main interests in international law lie in investor-state arbitration and the right to privacy, particularly in relation to the protection of personal data. He has been Executive Editor of the International Law Under Construction since its launch in February 2017.
Senior Editor: Sally Eshun
Sally Eshun is a student of the University of Groningen’s LLB programme in International and European Law and has been a Senior Editor of the Blog since September 2017. Her fields of interest lie in human rights law and social justice, as well as international criminal law, and stem from her previous work as a freelance reporter in the Middle East & Germany.
Senior Editor: Aulia Nabila
Aulia Nabila, born and raised in Indonesia, is currently an LLM student, specialising in International Human Rights Law at the University of Groningen. She is particularly interested in the discussion about freedom of expression and its relation to freedom of religion. Aulia has been a Senior Editor of the Blog since September 2017.
The team is supported by GroJIL – Editorial Board members Ferdinand Quist (President and Editor-in-Chief) and Vincent Beyer (Publishing Director).