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Martina Olivera is a Lawyer, graduated from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Martina completed an exchange semester at Diego Portales University (Chile), where she was enrolled in courses related to criminal and international law.

Currently, she works for the Office of the Prosecutor in Buenos Aires (Argentina). Before that she was an Adviser to the Secretary of Human Rights in litigation before the Inter-American System of Human Rights and the Universal System of Protection of Human Rights (Argentina), and a Consultant of the Regional Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights of the United Nations (Chile).

Martina integrates research groups that are developed in the Faculty of Law of the UBA (DECyT and UBACyT) as well as thematic investigations of the Human Rights Centers of UBA and the University of Lanús. She was Member of the Team that represented the University of Buenos Aires in the XXI Edition of the Inter-American Competition on Human Rights, organized by the Academy of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law, and in the Second Edition of the Judicial Simulation Contest before the International Criminal Court.


 Thanapat Chatinakrob is an international law researcher, doing his second LLM in Public International Law at Queen Mary University of London. Between 2014 to 2015, he worked for the Asian Society of International Law or AsianSIL as an assistant secretary to the Fifth Biennial Conference of the AsianSIL and a deputy director and sub-committee of the Youth Forum Committee. Currently, he is also a member of the AsianSIL.

Obtaining the LLM in international law and the LLB from Thammasat University, including attending the Munich Advanced Course in International Law, the United Nations Regional Course in International Law (Asia-Pacific) and The Hague Academy of International Law Course, Thanapat was a teaching and research assistant for many international legal scholars in Thailand.

Thanapat gave a lecture at many leading organizations in Thailand, such as Thammasat University, Ramkhamhaeng University, and the Office of the Law Reform Commission of Thailand. He also had research experience at Thailand Development Research Institute. His international law interests include the Law of Treaties, Rule of Law, and Human Rights.


Elena Pantopoulou was born and raised in Athens Greece. She studied at the Law Faculty of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and she finished her studies on 2007 getting a bachelor's honour degree in Law. During her studies she was a very active student participating as delegate and Chair in multiple MUNs around the world (The Netherlands, France, United Kingdom, China etc). Additionaly she attended an academic year at the Ghent University in Belgium, during the year 2006-2007, where she received a certificate for completing the first part of the LLM of the European and Comparative Law. During her studies there, she was member of the research team at the program ‘Harmonization of Mass Media Practices in Europe’. Right after her graduation, she followed a 18 months traineeship program as a national lawyer in a famous law firm in Athens, Greece and she received an Attorney at Law licence in 2009, after succeeding  the examinations of the Athens Bar Association, where she is still an active member.


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