Cesare P.R. Romano
Educational and Professional Background
- Professor of Law, Loyola Law School Los Angeles
- MA (Laurea) in Political Science, University of Milano (1992)
- D.E.S. (Diplôme des Études Superieures), Graduate Institute of International Studies, University of Geneva (1995)
- LL.M., New York University Law School (1997)
- PhD (Doctorat), Graduate Institute of International Studies, University of Geneva (1999)
Cesare P.R. Romano holds degrees in three different disciplines (political science, international relations and law) from three countries (Italy, Switzerland and the United States). His scholarship and teaching reflect the variety of his background.
His expertise is in public international law, and in particular dispute settlement, international environmental law, international human rights and international criminal and humanitarian law. However, it is probably the field international courts and tribunals where he has made to date the greatest contribution, publishing numerous articles and books. Between 1997 and 2006, he created, developed and managed the Project on International Courts and Tribunals (www.pict-pcti.org), a joint undertaking of the Center on International Cooperation, New York University, and the Centre for International Courts and Tribunals at University College London, becoming a world-renowned authority in the field. In 2007, he became one of the Directors of PICT.
Before joining Loyola Law School Los Angeles, Prof. Romano taught as visiting or adjunct professor in a number of institutions in the U.S. and Europe.