Mr Thanapat Chatinakrob

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Overview

Experienced international law researcher, specialising in the law of treaties with research experience from the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, a PhD candidate at University of Manchester, with two LLMs in international law from London and Thailand. Teaching experience at Thai leading institutions, such as Bangkok University, including conducting publications in fields of the law of treaties and international economic law.

Biography

BOOK AND RESEARCH PAPER

Chatinakrob T, ‘Identifying Criticisms and Proposals to Improve the Current WTO System in the Light of RTAs’ Max Planck Intern Research Paper (2018) (English Edition)

________, ‘The Creation of an Investment Court in CETA and a Multilateral Investment Court’ Max Planck Intern Research Paper (2018) (English Edition)

________, ‘The Post-2013 State’s Retaliation of Trade Measures under GATT/WTO Law’ Max Planck Intern Research Paper (2018) (English Edition)

Chatinakrob T and others, ‘Conceptual and Strategic Framework for the Development of Rule of Law Index/Indicators’ TDRI Research Paper (2016) (co-authors, Thai Edition)

________, ‘Four-Year Evaluation Research of the Law Reform Commission of Thailand and the Amendment of the Royal Edict Establishing the Law Reform Commission’ TDRI Research Paper (2016) (co-authors, Thai Edition)

________, ‘Study on Justice Trend and Thai Judicial System Guidelines for the Next Decade’ TDRI Research Paper (2015) (co-authors, Thai Edition)

________, ‘Thailand’s Accession to International Treaties of the World Intellectual Property Organization’ TDRI Research Paper (2015) (co-authors, Thai Edition)

ARTICLE

Chatinakrob T, ‘Possible Reforms of ISDS: Some Considerations on the ICS in CETA’ Cambridge International Law Journal (2019) (English Edition)

________, ‘Material Breach and Its Exception: An Analysis of “A Humanitarian Character”’ 5(2) Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) Student Law Review 43-54 (2018) (English Edition)

________, ‘Illegal Trade of Elephant Ivory and Implementation of CITES by Thailand’ Mae Fah Luang University Rapee Law Journal’ 61 131‒156 (2018) (English Edition)

________, ‘The Significance of Subsequent Agreements and Practice of the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties in the Development of International Law: The Analysis of the Notable Navigational and Related Rights and Whaling decisions’74 Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization 26-36 (2018) (English Edition)

________, ‘From Stockholm to Rio: The Contribution of Soft Law to the Deployment of International Environmental Law’ 4(3) Journal of Legal Studies & Research 538-559 (2018) (English Edition)

________, ‘Justifying Jurisprudence Constante as Interpretative Instrument of Investment Treaty Arbitration’ 4(2) Journal of Legal Studies & Research 188–198 (2018) (English Edition)

Chatinakrob T and Saelawong T, ‘How to boost confident in the police’ BangkokPost (Bangkok, 24 February 2016) (English Edition)

Chatinakrob T, ‘Conceptual and Strategic Frameworks for Development a Rule of Law Index and Related Indicators for Thailand’ 31(3) TDRI Quarterly Review 14–18 (2016) (English Edition)

________, ‘E-court: A Way to Increase Courts’ Effectiveness’ Bangkokbiznews (Bangkok, 19 November 2015) 10 (Thai Edition)

________, ‘Is there an Effective Dispute Settlement Mechanism in the ASEAN?’ 2015 ECHO Magazine 42–43 (2015) (English Edition)

 THESIS/DISSERTATION

Chatinakrob T, ‘The Jurisdiction and Admissibility of the ICJ’s Request for Interpretation Judgments: Do We Need Reform?’ Queen Mary University of London Graduate Law Thesis 1‒66 (2018) (English Edition)

________, ‘The Evolutionary Interpretation of Treaties: A Study on Decisions rendered by the WTO Dispute Settlement Organs and International Investment Tribunals’ Thammasat University Graduate Law Journal 1‒179 (2015) (Thai Edition)

BOOK REVIEW

Chatinakrob T, Treaty Interpretation by Richard Gardiner, second edition (forthcoming 2018) Thailand Journal of International Law (English Edition)

CONFERENCE

Chatinakrob T, ' Applying the Theory of Legal Argumentation as a Legitimate Reasoning for Treaty Interpretation in the ICJ Proceedings' presented at 11th Annual TCD Colloquium, Dublin, Ireland, 9 February 2019 

________, ‘The Asians in the World Court: Same Problems, New Solutions and Further Reforms? A Lesson Learned from the Preah Vihear Interpretation Judgment’ presented at the Asian Society of International Law (AsianSIL) Regional Conference, Beijing, China, 13-14 October 2018

________, ‘Effect of CJEU’s Achmea Judgment’ presented at the Roundtable Discussion of the European Federation for Investment Law and Arbitration (EFILA), NautaDutilh, Brussels, Belgium, 5 June 2018

________, ‘Statelessness and rights among the Rohingya in Thailand’ presented at Queen Mary University of London (Student Presentation), 8 March 2018

________, ‘The Significance of Subsequent Agreements and Practice of the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties in the Development of International Law’ presented at the Junior International Law Scholars Association Annual Meeting, the American University Washington College of Law, Washington DC, USA, 12 January 2018

Qualifications

  • PhD in International Law, the University of Manchester, UK (enrolling)
  • LLM in Public International Law (Merit), Queen Mary University of London, UK (2018)
  • LLM in International Law, Thammasat University, Thailand (2014)
  • LLB, Thammasat University, Thailand (2012)
  • Various certificates of international law from the Hague Academy of International Law, Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, Leiden University and etc.

Memberships of committees and professional bodies

  • European Society of International Law
  • Asian Society of International Law
  • Internaitonal Bar Association

Areas of expertise

Keywords

  • law of treaties, treaty interpretation

Education / academic qualifications

  • 2018 - Master of Laws, Public International Law, Queen Mary University of London (2017 - 2018)
  • 2015 - Master of Laws, International Law, Thammasat University (2013 - 2015)
  • 2013 - Bachelor of Laws, Law, Thammasat University (2009 - 2013)

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