Eileen Servidio-Delabre, Ph.D.


President, Co-director of Research

Fields of expertise

  • International Public Law

  • International Criminal Law

  • French/American Criminal Law

  • Comparative Law

  • Human and Civil Rights


    • B.A. in Literature, Mundelein College, Chicago, U.S.A.

    • B.A. (Licence) in Law, Université de Paris II-Assas, France

    • Master's (Maîtise) in Criminology and Penal Law, Université de Paris II-Assas, France

    • D.E.A. (Diplôme d'Etudes Approfondies) in Criminology and Penal Law, Université de Paris II-Assas, France

    • Ph.D. in International Criminal Law (Doctorat d'Etat), Université de Paris II-Assas, France


      Principal previous posts

      • University of Cergy-Pontoise, Cergy, France: Associate Professor with tenure, Head of the Anglo-American Law Department

      • University of Versailles-St. Quentin, St. Quentin, France

      • Schiller International University, Paris, France

      • University of Marne-la-Vallée, Marne-la-Vallée, France

      • University of Paris-Sud 11, Sceaux, France

        Selected publications

        'Rape and Other Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict: Legal Aspects' in Collection on Violence Against Women (AGS research center).


        • Common Law, Introduction to the English and American Legal Systems, Dalloz, November, 2004

        • Le rôle de la Chambre d'accusation et la nature de son avis en matière d'extradition passive, Librairie Générale de Droit et de Jurisprudence, 1993

          Articles, Chronicles, Contributions (since 2000):

          • Regular chronicle: 'Droit pénal américain' in La Revue internationale de droit pénal.

          • 'Analysis of Recent Decisions on Capital Punishment in the U.S.' International Review of Penal Law, 2008.

          • 'Extradition', Encyclopedia of International Law, Juris-classeur, 2007

          • 'La personnalité des peines à caractère répressif face aux fusions et aux scissions des sociétés condamnées', in La criminalité d'argent: quelle repression, November, 2004

          • 'International Congress on Penal Law', Peking, September, 2004

          • 'Inter Arma Silent Leges II', in Terrorism, Victims and International Criminal Responsibility, SOS Terrorism, 2003

          • "Les Nouvelles Lois Américaines sur la Récidive Sont-elles Constitutionnelles?" in Revue de Science Criminelle et de Droit Comparé, n° 3, 2003

          • Conference: 'La Preuve des Discriminations' co-organized by the Ordre des Avocats à la Cour de Paris, LICRA, the Institut de Formation en Droits de l'Homme du Barreau de Paris and the Association Louis-Edmond Pettiti: guest speaker, Paris, 2001

          • 'Inter Arma Silent Leges I', in International Review of Penal Law, 2001

          • 'International Jurisdiction', Encyclopedia of International Law, Juris-classeur, 2000

          Memberships professional associations, research centers

          • International Association of Penal LawEditorial Committee of the International Review of Penal Law

          • Centre d'études et de recherches : Fondements du droit public, University of Cergy-Pontoise and University of Paris X-Nanterre

          • Centre de recherche en droit pénal économique, University of Cergy-Pontoise

          • CADMOS research center at the University of Paris-Sud XI in Sceaux

          • Member of the Commission des spécialistes at the University of Cergy-Pontoise



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