Marta Bitorsoli

Marta Bitorsoli

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PhD Research Topic: International Individual Liability of Economic Contributors to International Crimes: Conflict Financing and Conflict Profitting

Supervisor:  Professor Ray Murphy

Research Interests: International Criminal Law, Modes of Liability, Transnational Criminal Law, Complicity, International Humanitarian Law, International Relations and Security Studies. 

Academic Background

Presently Hardiman Scholar and PhD candidate at the Irish Centre for Human Rights in Galway.
LL.M. International Criminal Law, Irish Centre for Human Rights, Galway.
Bachelor of Laws, University of Perugia, Italy.
Bachelor of Laws, University UFV, Madrid, Spain.

Relevant  Experience

Legal Assistant at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, 2014-2015, 2016.

Legal Researcher at AL-MARSAD Arab Human Rights Centre in the Golan Heights, 2015.


The Syrian Situation: International Humanitarian Law Violation and the Call for Justice, Marta Bitorsoli, AL-MARSAD Arab Human Rights Centre on the Golan Heights, 2016.

Private Military Security Companies and International Humanitarian Law, Jaume Saura Estapa and Marta Bitorsoli, ICIP - Institut Catala Internacional per la Pau, 2013.