Leiden University, Netherlands

Barrie Sande

Barrie Sander is Assistant Professor of International Justice at Leiden University – Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs. His research interests include digital technology and international law, pedagogy and international law, international human rights law, and international criminal law. His current research focuses on the intersection of artificial intelligence, climate change, and human rights law. 

Barrie holds a Ph.D. in International Law from the Geneva Graduate Institute. His thesis was awarded the IHEID Alumni Association Prize and subsequently published with Oxford University Press as Doing Justice to History: Confronting the Past in International Criminal Courts. He was also awarded the Young Scholar Prize 2018 by the Editorial Board of the International and Comparative Law Quarterly for his article, ‘History on Trial: Historical Narrative Pluralism Within and Beyond International Criminal Courts’. More recently, Barrie was co-editor of the collection, Teaching International Law: Reflections on Pedagogical Practice in Context (Routledge 2024).