Geraldo Vidigal


Geraldo Vidigal is Associate Editor of EJIL:Talk!. He is a Senior Research Fellow at the Department of International Law and Dispute Resolution of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg. His research interests include international economic law, regional agreements, and international dispute resolution, with a focus on the role of international courts and tribunals in the establishment and enforcement of international obligations.

Recently Published

Compliance Adjudication at the ICJ – The Alleged Violations Case

The ICJ should soon deliver judgments on Preliminary Objections in the two most recent Nicaragua v Colombia cases. Both cases are closely related to the 2012 Judgment in Territorial and Maritime Dispute (Nicaragua v Colombia). In one of them, Nicaragua repeats a pleading the Court rejected in the 2012 Judgment for procedural reasons – that the maritime…

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Curriculum Vitae: A Prequel | The Video

Earlier this week, we reproduced in two posts on EJIL:Talk! Roger O’Keefe’s insighful and hilarious Inaugural Lecture, delivered at UCL at the end of 2015. It is now available as an online video. In his inaugural lecture, Professor O’Keefe teases out some recurrent international legal problems through the story of the life…

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New EJIL:Live Extra! Joseph Weiler and Lorna McGregor Discuss the Adequacy of ADR to Deal with Human Rights Issues

The latest in our EJIL:Live! podcast series features an extended conversation between Professor Joseph Weiler, Editor-in-Chief of EJIL, and Professor Lorna McGregor of the University of Essex, whose ground-breaking article, “Alternative Dispute Resolution and Human Rights: Developing a Rights-Based Approach through the ECHR”, appears in EJIL, Volume 26, Issue 3. The conversation…

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