William W. Burke-White
Professor of Law
William Burke-White is an expert on international law and international institutions. As Inaugural Director of the Perry World House, he is establishing Penn’s new university-wide international affairs institute.
- Foreign Policy
- Global Human Rights
- International Economic Law
- International Institutions
- International Law
Articles and Book Chapters
Reframing Positive Complementarity: Reflections on the First Decade and Insights from the US Federal Criminal Justice System, in THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AND COMPLEMENTARITY: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE, (C. Stahn & M. Al Zeidy, eds., Oxford Univ. Press 2011).
Standards of Review in Investor State Arbitration: A Comparative Public Law Approach (with Andreas von Staden), in INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW AND COMPARATIVE PUBLIC LAW (Stephen W. Schill, ed., 2010).
Shaping the Contours of Domestic Justice: The International Criminal Court and an Admissibility Challenge in the Uganda Situation, in THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AT FIVE (2009) (with Scott Kaplan).
Bargaining for Arrests at the International Criminal Court: A Response to Roper and Barria, 21 LEIDEN J. INT'L L. 477 (2008).
Non-Precluded Measures Provisions, the State of Necessity, and State Liability for Investor Harms in Exceptional Circumstances (with Andreas von Staden), in LATIN AMERICAN INVESTMENT TREATY ARBITRATION. THE CONTROVERSIES AND CONFLICTS (Thomas E. Carbonneau, Mary H. Mourra, eds., Kluwer 2008).
The Domestic Influence of International Criminal Tribunals: The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the Creation of the State Court of Bosnia & Herzegovina, 46 COLUM. J. TRANSNAT’L L. 279 (2008).
Implementing a Policy of Positive Complementarity in the Rome System of Justice, 19 CRIM. L.F. 59 (2008).
Investment Protection in Extraordinary Times: The Interpretation and Application of Non-Precluded Measures Provisions in Bilateral Investment Treaties 48 VA. J. INT'L L. 307 (2007) (with Andreas von Staden).
Complementarity in Practice: The International Criminal Court as Part of a System of Multi-Level Global Governance in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 18 LEIDEN J. INT’L L. 557 (2005).
More publications can be found here.
MULTILEVEL GLOBAL GOVERNANCE IN THE ENFORCEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW (in progress). (forthcoming)
- Public International Law
- International Relations
- International Investment Law
- International Criminal Law
- Post-Conflict Reconstruction
- International Arbitration
- Iran, Russia
- Human Rights
Penn Law – Deputy Dean (2011- ); Professor of Law (2010- ); Assistant Professor (2005-10)
Council on Foreign Relations, Term Member (2012- )
U.S. Department of State - The Secretary's Policy Planning Staff (2009-11)
Visiting Scholar – International Criminal Court; Mofid University, Qom, Iran; Moscow State Institute for International Relations
Government of Rwanda, Constitutional Commission (2001-02); International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia, The Hague (Summer 2000)
Princeton University – Lecturer in Public and International Affairs and Special Assistant to the Dean (2003-05)
- Public International Law
- Human Rights & National Security
- Global Governance
- Sovereign Bankruptcy
- Transitional Justice