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Daniel Seah
LLB (Hons)(Durham) (2001), MJur (Birmingham) (2008)
Research Topic: The Evolution of Non-Intervention as a Legal Principle within ASEAN
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Daniel is a doctoral candidate at the Faculty under the supervision of Dr Douglas Guilfoyle and Professor Catherine Redgwell. He graduated with a Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws by research (MJur) at Durham and Birmingham universities and is admitted as an advocate & solicitor in Singapore.

Daniel is interested in general international law (especially issues related to treaty interpretation) and the law of international organizations. His MJur thesis (50,000 words), which was supervised by Professor Colin Warbrick and examined by Professor Robert Cryer (Birmingham) and Dapo Akande (Oxford), contributed to knowledge and understanding in the integration of international law and foreign policy in Singapore, from a Realist perspective.

Daniel's doctoral project will explore the content of non-intervention in the internal affairs of a State, a general principle of international law, with an emphasis on its invocation in “local” conditions by States in Southeast Asia. His thesis will investigate the practice of these States, particularly their conduct within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Areas of Expertise

Public International Law

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UCL Associations/Academic & Professional Memberships
  • Advocate & Solicitor, Singapore
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Public Engagements & Media Coverage
Opinio Juris Blog: Emerging Voices Symposium 2013
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