The Common Law Section is pleased to welcome Dr. Kazuki Hagiwara, an expert in the law of treaties, international economic law and international environmental law, who will join the law school as visiting researcher from September 2021 to August 2022.
Dr. Hagiwara’s research focuses on sustainable development in international law, with a particular interest in how to regulate State activities related to natural resources management. While at uOttawa, he will study institutional cooperation for sustainable natural resources management in international law.
His current research also looks at domestic public policy space and international economic law. He is interested in exploring the scope and limitations of the law of treaties in solving contemporary issues in the international community. His recent publications, for example, deal with topical problems related to the law of treaties, such as the unilateral treaty suspension of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.
Dr. Hagiwara holds Master’s and Ph.D. degrees from Yokohama National University, in Japan, as well as an LL.M. from the University of Ottawa. In 2016 he joined the Faculty of Law, Fukuoka University, Japan, as a tenured Lecturer.
The Common Law Section wishes a warm welcome to Dr. Hagiwara.
Recent publications from Dr. Hagiwara
Kazuki Hagiwara, “Sustainable Development before International Courts and Tribunals: Duty to Cooperate and States’ Good Faith” in Christian Voigt (ed.) International Judicial Practice on the Environment: Questions of Legitimacy (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2019) 167-187.
Kazuki Hagiwara, “Suspension of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty prior to its withdrawal: the content of custom” (2021) 10(1) Cambridge International Law Journal 143-164. (https://www.elgaronline.com/view/journals/cilj/10-1/cilj.2021.01.07.xml)
Kazuki Hagiwara, “The Scope and Limitations of Article 31(3)(c) of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties: Sustainable Development and the Systemic Integration” (2021) 66(2) Fukuoka University Review of Law (in Japanese) (forthcoming)