Haley S. Anderson

she/her

hsanderson@berkeley.edu

PhD Student in Jurisprudence and Social Policy

Law & Philosophy

In addition to being a PhD student in Jurisprudence and Social Policy, Haley is a postgraduate fellow at Just Security. She holds a JD from NYU, where she was a managing editor of the N.Y.U. Law Review, scholar at the Institute of International Law and Justice, co-president of the International Law Society, and recipient of the John Bruce Moore Award for excellence in law and philosophy. After receiving her JD, Haley worked for the Permanent Mission of Mozambique to the United Nations in Geneva, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer US LLP, and Oxford University Press, among others. Her research interests include the history and philosophy of international law, atrocity crimes, sovereign immunity, and the operation of the international legal system in domestic settings.

Juris Doctor, New York University School of Law & Bachelor of Arts, University of Virginia (Russian & East European Studies; Interdisciplinary Studies in "Artistic Policy")

Publications

North Sea Continental Shelf Cases, in GLOBAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF TERRITORIAL RIGHTS (Michael Kocsis, Kevin W. Gray, Costas Laoutides, Laura Lo Coco, Lavonna L. Lovern, Nick C. Sagos & Katrinka Somdahl-Sands eds., forthcoming 2022).

Why Them? On the U.S. Sanctions Against Int’l Criminal Court Officials, JUST SECURITY (Sept. 2, 2020).

Pompeo’s Personal Stake in the International Criminal Court’s Afghan Investigation (with Randle DeFalco), JUST SECURITY (Jun. 3, 2020).

The Significance of the Supreme Court’s Opati Decision for States and Companies Sued for Terrorism in U.S. Courts, JUST SECURITY (May 19, 2020).

Resuscitating a Holocaust Restitution Claim: Cassirer v. Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection, 52 ABA/SIL YIR 429 (2018).

Historic Condemnation of the Destruction of Cultural Heritage at the International Criminal Court: The Case of Prosecutor v. Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi, ABA-SIL A&CHL (2017).

Will Russia Pay the Yukos Settlement?, INST. MOD. RUSS. (Mar. 26, 2015).

The Role of Perceptions of the United States in the Five-Day War Between Georgia and Russia in August 2008, 1 OCULUS: FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDITION 79 (2011) (in Russian with English abstract).