James Stewart is an expert in human rights law, international humanitarian law, comparative criminal law and international criminal justice. He also loves teaching Jurisprudence. Professor holds degrees from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand in both law and philosophy, a Diplôme d’études approfondies in international humanitarian law from the Université de Genève and a JSD from Columbia Law School. Aside from his research interests, he is also interested in the relationships between neurodiversity, disability, education and justice.
- International law
- Comparative law
- International humanitarian law
- Human rights