Ursula Kriebaum

Professor Dr.

Schottenbastei 10-16 (Juridicum building)
1010 Vienna

TEL  +43-1-4277-35308
FAX  +43-1-4277-835308
ursula.kriebaum@univie.ac.at

Staircase II, 5th floor, room R538

Office hours: by appointment via e-mail


Curriculum vitae

Publications

Lectures

Research Focus

International Protection of Human Rights
International Investment Law(expropriation, fair and equitable treatment and other standards of investment protection, human rights and foreign investments)
Expropriation in International Law
International Investment Arbitration
Restitution of Property Dispossessed during the Nazi-Regime
Implementation of International Human Rights Obligations in National Domestic Legal orders

Professional Memberships

Member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (since September 2014)
Member of the Arbitration panel for the Protocol on Cultural Cooperation to the Free Trade Agreement between the European Union and its Member States and the Republic of
Korea
Alternate Member of the Court of Conciliation and Arbitration within the OSCE (since August 2013)
Member, German Society of International Law
Member, International Law Association
Member, Human Rights Committee of the International Law Association
Member, European Society of International Law
Member, Interest Group on International Economic Law of the European Society of International Law
Member, Interest Group on International Business and Human Rights of the European Society of International Law
Member, Austrian Arbitration Association
Member, Austrian Society of Women in International Law
Member, Independent International Jury of the Bruno Kreisky Prize for Human Rights
Member, Interdisciplinary Research Platform “Human Rights in the European Context“
Member, Advisory Board, Austrian Review of International and European Law – A.R.I.E.L.

PhD Thesis Supervision

Professor Kriebaum accepts to supervise PhD theses in law on the condition that 1) prospective PhD students first attend and finish the seminar Diplomanden/Dissertantenseminar with an excellent mark 2) the proposed subject-matter of the thesis relates to her research focus, details see here.