Jill Goldenziel

Jill Goldenziel

Professor

Firm or Organisation
Not available

Present Position
Professor of International Law and International Relations, Marine Corps University-Command and Staff College; Assistant to the President of an ICSID Tribunal

Type of Practitioner
Academic, Lawyer, Researcher, Other

Nationality
american

Country of Residence
United States

Practice Areas
Other

Experience
Assistant to President Rusty Park, ICSID Tribunal, Sodexo v. Hungary; Assistant to President Judge Thomas Buergenthal, ICSID Tribunal, Teinver v. Argentina

Bar Admission
New York

Education
Ph.D., A.M., Harvard University, Government; J.D., New York University School of Law; A.B., Princeton University

Publications
Checking Rights at the Border: Detention of Migrants in International and Comparative Law, Virginia Journal of International Law, 2018; International Decisions: Khlaifia and others v. Italy, App. No. 16483/12 (European Court of Human Rights, 2016), American Journal of International Law, 2018; When Law Migrates: Refugees in Comparative International Law, in Paul Stephan et al., eds., Comparative International Law, Oxford University Press, 2018; Displaced: A Proposal for a New International Agreement to Protect Refugees, Migrants, and States, Berkeley Journal of International Law, 2017; How to Help the Migration Crisis—and Make International Law, Harvard Law Review Blog (chosen as one of inaugural authors), 2017; Curse of the Nation-State: Refugees, Migration, and Security in International Law, Arizona State Journal of International Law, 2016; Op-Ed, China Can’t Ignore the Hague’s Decision—But it Can Avoid It, Huffington Post, 2016; Op-Ed, Should Europe Abandon its Migrant Deal with Turkey?, The National Interest (online), 2016; Op-Ed, The EU Must Act Now on Migration to Save Itself, The National Interest (online), 2016; Podcast, Proposal for a Displaced Persons Convention, Academic Council on the UN System, 2016; Op-Ed, Europe’s Migrant Policing Initiative has Nothing to do With Migration, The National Interest (online), 2015; Op-Ed, International Law is The Real Threat to China’s South China Sea Claims, The Diplomat, 2015; Op-Ed, We’re Putting Lives in Danger By Not Clarifying What it Takes to Get Asylum in Europe, Huffington Post, 2015; This Will Challenge Your Misconceptions about the Refugee Crisis, The World with Marco Werman, 2015; Five Myths about Syrian Migrants, The Washington Post, 2015; Migrant or Refugee?: That Shouldn’t Be a Life-or-Death Question, The Washington Post's Monkey Cage, 2015; Op-Ed, Saved: International Law Needs to Protect Asylum-Seekers, The National Interest (online), 2015; Op-Ed, Time to Revise America’s Cuban Immigration Policy, The National Interest (online), 2015; Regulating Human Rights: International Organizations, Flexible Standards, and International Refugee Law, Chicago Journal of International Law, 2014; Op-Ed, Solving the Middle East’s Refugee Disaster, The National Interest (online), 2014; Veiled Political Questions: Islamic Dress, Constitutionalism, and the Ascendance of Courts, American Journal of Comparative Law, 2013; Op-Ed., Egypt’s Constitutional Crisis, Los Angeles Times, 2013; Refugees and International Security, in On the Move: Migration Challenges in the Indian Ocean Littoral (Henry L. Stimson Center)., 2010; Sanctioning Faith: Religion, State, and U.S.-Cuban Relations, Journal of Law and Politics, 2009; Fire Prevention: A Review of Amy Chua’s World on Fire, UCLA Pacific Basin Law Journal, 2006; Blaine’s Name in Vain?: State Constitutions, School Choice, and Charitable Choice, Denver Law Review (cited by Colorado Court of Appeals, Opinion of Attorney General of Tennessee, and in 14 additional federal and state court pleadings), 2005; Administratively Quirky, Constitutionally Murky: The Bush Faith-Based Initiative, NYU Journal of Legislation and Public Policy, 2005

Teaching
Marine Corps University Command and Staff College: Law of War, Lawfare: Law as a Weapon of War, Migration and Security, International Organizations, Security Studies; Boston University School of Law: International Economic Law, International Human Rights Law; Harvard Law School: Legal Research and Writing; Harvard College: International Human Rights: Law and Politics, Middle East Law and Politics

Other Information
CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF ARBITRATORS Associate Member, 2018-present INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR CONFLICT PREVENTION AND RESOLUTION Member, Panel of Distinguished Neutrals, 2018-present UNITED NATIONS SUMMIT ON REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS AND GLOBAL COMPACT ON MIGRATION (2016-present) • Drafted language for Global Compact on Migration and New York Declaration on Refugees and Migrants • Spoke at more than 6 High-Level Stakeholders’ Meetings with facilitators for the 2016 General Assembly Summit on Refugees and Migrants and Global Compact on Migration, July 2016-present • Selected to speak before 50 UN member-states at Modalities Meeting to determine civil society’s participation in Global Compact on Migration • Selected to attend the 2016 General Assembly Summit on Refugees and Migrants and related, invitation-only High-Level Meetings sponsored by European embassies, UN Refugee Agency, and World Bank AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW Co-Chair, Human Rights Interest Group, April 2017-2020 • Organized and moderated panel on “Business and Human Rights” at 2018 Annual Meeting of the Society • Created Human Rights Interest Group Newsletter • Established partnerships with the European Society of International Law and other peer groups • Coordinate network and organize events of interest for members of the Society interested in human rights AMERICAN SOCIETY OF COMPARATIVE LAW YOUNGER COMPARATIVISTS COMMITTEE Chair, Linkages and Engagement Advisory Group, 2011-2012 • Led committee that establishes partnerships to promote and develop comparative law scholarship

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Email
jgoldenziel@gmail.com

Professional Address

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City
Washington, DC Metro Area

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Mobile
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Site
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Languages

  • English: Proficient
    • Conduct DR proceedings
    • Represent clients as an advocate in DR proceedings
    • Testify orally
    • Draft opinions, reports, agreements, decisions, orders or awards
    • Understand written documents
  • Spanish: Proficient
    • Conduct DR proceedings
    • Represent clients as an advocate in DR proceedings
    • Testify orally
    • Draft opinions, reports, agreements, decisions, orders or awards
    • Understand written documents
  • Arabic: Conversational
  • Hebrew: Conversational