Anda Scarlat

Former Fellow, Summer 2015

Anda worked at The Hague Institute as a Summer Fellow from June to August 2015. Her work focused on issues related to the rule of law.

Prior to this, she obtained a First Class Honours Bachelor’s degree in Law with International Studies from the University of Surrey and a Master’s degree in International Law from University College London, with dissertations on the legality of humanitarian intervention and on complementarity in the International Criminal Court, respectively. Anda also obtained an Advanced Master’s degree in Public International Law from Leiden University (Cum Laude), specializing in International Criminal Law and completing a thesis on the international nature of criminal tribunals. Most recently, she completed the Bar Professional Training Course and was called to the Bar of England and Wales.

Alongside her academic studies, Anda participated in various mooting competitions, including the Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. She has also worked as a research assistant at Leiden University and was a student editor at the Leiden Journal of International Law. Furthermore, Anda has completed internships at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, in The Hague, and at the European Citizen Action Service, in Brussels. Prior to joining The Hague Institute, she worked as a legal assistant in London.

Anda is fluent in English and Romanian, and has a good knowledge of Dutch, French and Spanish.

Recent Work

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South Africa's Failure to Arrest President Bashir

On Monday 15 June 2015, Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir, charged by the International Criminal Court (ICC)with crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide, was…

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