Academic work

Kit De Vriese

Kit De Vriese is an Associate at Lindeborg Counsellors at Law, trained in civil, common and public international law (University of Leuven and University of Cambridge). Prior to rejoining Lindeborg, he worked with the Public International Law and Arbitration department of a leading international law firm.

Kit De Vriese, Oblivion or Prosecution? The Search for the International Legal Framework on Individual Criminal Responsibility for Cultural Heritage Crimes in Armed Conflict (Intersentia, 2019)

Kit De Vriese, “The Application of Investment Treaties in Occupied or Annexed Territories and ‘Frozen’ Conflicts” in Tobias Ackermann and Sebastian Wuschka (eds), Investments in Conflict Zones: The Role of International Investment Law in Armed Conflicts, ‘Frozen’ Conflicts, and Disputed Territories (Brill/Nijhoff, 2020)

Rutsel Silvestre J Martha and Kit De Vriese, ‘On Their Sovereign’s Secret Service: Special Envoys Detained while in Transit’ (2023) 22(3) Chinese Journal of International Law 529

Kit De Vriese, ‘How to?: A Methodological Guide to Identify a Treaty’s Object & Purpose’ (2022) 21(1) Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 35

Kit De Vriese and Maria Elena Handtrack, ‘The Global Watchdogs: Toward International Animal Rights Law?’ (2021) 11(1) Journal of Animal Ethics 63

Kit De Vriese, ’Napoleon, Anzilotti and the Origins of (Attributing) State Responsibility’ (2021) 6(1) Jus Gentium 77

Rutsel Silvestre J. Martha and Kit De Vriese, ‘The Hague District Court on Travel Restrictions: A Test for International Human Rights Law?’ (Völkerrechtsblog, 29 January 2021)

Kit De Vriese and Dhruv Sharma, ‘How the WHO Could Avoid Getting Fooled Again’ (The Global, 23 September 2020)

Kit De Vriese, ‘Extraterritorial Application of Investment Standards During Occupation and Annexation’ (Kluwer Arbitration Blog, 30 June 2020)

Kit De Vriese and Dhruv Sharma, ‘COVID-19, the WHO, and the Failures of Global Governance’ (The Global, 30 June 2020)

Kit De Vriese and Dhruv Sharma, ‘COVID-19: An assessment of the WHO’s Response’ (The Global, 19 June 2020)

Kit De Vriese, ‘COVID-19 and ‘War’ Clauses in Investment Treaties: A Breach through the Wall of State Sovereignty?’ (EJIL: Talk!, 10 June 2020)