ADA
School of Public and International Affairs
Javid Gadirov

Javid Gadirov

Assistant Professor

Legal Professions and Studies

  • Email : jgadirov[at]ada.edu.az
  • Phone : 381
  • Office : D327

Earning his SJD (Doctor of Juridical Studies) in comparative constitutional law from the Central European University, Dr. Gadirov’s publications research individual criminal liability in international criminal law, as well as various aspects of fundamental rights. Dr. Gadirov’s research interests include constitutional and international public law, fundamental rights, interdisciplinary approaches to law and legal philosophy.

Courses
  • Public Law,
  • International Public Law
  • International Humanitarian Law
  • Political Theory
Education
  • SJD, Central European University
  • LLM, Central European University
  • Bachelor Degree, Baku State University
Joined ADA January, 2015
Publications

Peer-reviewed research articles

- Causal Responsibility in International Criminal Law, 15 International Criminal Law Review 970-987 (2015)

- Collective Intentions and Individual Criminal Responsibility: Why the Approach of the International Criminal Court Requires Readjustment, 8 Eyes on the International Criminal Court, 1-25 (2012)

Chapters

- Collective Intentions and Individual Criminal Responsibility in International Criminal Law, in Elies van Sliedregt and Sergey Vasiliev ed. Pluralism in International Criminal Law, Oxford University Press, 2014

- Principle of Legal Pluralism and Militant Democracy, in Rik Torfs, Cole Durham, Christine Scott and David Kirkham (eds), Islam in Europe: Emerging Legal Issues – Critical Views, Ashgate Publishing Britain, 2012

 

- Freedom of Religion and Legal Pluralism, in T. Loenen and J. Goldschmidt (eds), Religious Pluralism and Human Rights in Europe: Where to Draw the Line, Intersentia Publishers Antwerpen-Oxford, 2007 (chapter 4)

Encyclopedia entry

- Azerbaijan, Encyclopedia of Law and Religion, General Editor Gerhard Robbers, Brill Online, 2015

Blog contribution 

- When is a Criminal Prohibition of Genocide Denial Justified? Lessons from Perinçek Case, Int’l J. Const. L. Blog, Dec. 11, 2015