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Mr Stephen Bailey

Institution: Lindeborg Counsellors at Law

Period of stay: 8 January - December 2019










Stephen Bailey is a counsel at Lindeborg Counsellors at Law. In this capacity, he has acted for individuals before the Permanent Court of Arbitration and the United Nations Human Rights Committee, and in investor-State arbitration. Stephen has published work in journals such as the International Criminal Law Review and the European Journal of Human Rights. He has also given guest lectures on international law, including a lecture on ‘INTERPOL and the responsibility of international organisations’ at All Souls College, University of Oxford.

Prior to joining Lindeborg, Stephen was a lawyer at Davis Polk & Wardwell, and he taught law at the University of Cambridge and the University of Edinburgh.

Research Area:

Responsibility of international organisations

Research Title:

INTERPOL and the responsibility of international organisations

Research Outline:

INTERPOL frequently aids and assists its member countries. Such aid and assistance can take many forms, including the publication of red notices and the facilitation of exchanges of information. I will examine the primary and secondary rules relevant to INTERPOL’s aid and assistance, and the implications of such aid and assistance under international law.


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