This profile was current as of 2016, when he was part of the on-campus Kellogg community.
Luigi Crema, a spring 2016 Kellogg visiting fellow, will hold a joint appointment in the Law School. He is associate researcher at the Università degli Studi of Milan, where he teaches on such topics as the law of treaties, human rights in international investment arbitration, and settlement of international boundary disputes. His research interests focus on the foundations of international law and in particular on the law of treaties and international customary law.
At Kellogg, Crema will undertake a project to assess the current uses and potential of the concept of solidarity in international law. The research will investigate problematic developments in contemporary international law, shedding some light on the tension between laws based on state sovereignty and the cooperative efforts of the international community.
Cremas work has appeared in a variety of books and law reviews, included the European Journal of International Law and the Italian Yearbook of International Law. He was a 2011-12 fellow at NYU Law Schools Jean Monnet Center for International and Regional Economic Law and Justice. While at Notre Dame, he will teach a course on international law.