Neha Jain is Professor of Public International Law and Co-Director of the Academy of European Law at the European University Institute. She is on special leave from her position as Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota Law. Jain’s scholarship focuses on public international law, human rights law, criminal law, and comparative law. She is the author of Perpetrators and Accessories in International Criminal Law (Hart, 2014) and her work has appeared in numerous journals, including the American Journal of Comparative Law, American Journal of International Law, European Journal of International Law, and Harvard International Law Journal.
Jain has been a Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law and held fellowships at the Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study, the Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre of Excellence for International Courts, and the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. She has also served as a visiting professional in the Chambers Division of the International Criminal Court. Jain is a Board Member of the European Society of International Law and a member of the Executive Council of the American Society of International Law. She is Managing Editor of AJIL Unbound and serves on the editorial boards of the European Journal of International Law and the Criminal Law Forum.
"I welcome research proposals on all aspects of international law theory and politics, including the structure and design of international law instruments and institutions, compliance with and enforcement of international legal rules, and the relationship between comparative and international law. I would be particularly interested in supervising projects focusing on international criminal law and comparative human rights, as part of my current research interests.
As a supervisor, I am committed to playing a strong mentorship role in the professional lives of my students across-the-board: introducing them to the right interlocutors; counseling them on fellowships, conferences, and workshops; and shepherding them through the academic job market. I expect my supervisees to be creative, ambitious, and independent"