Gabriel M. Lentner

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Gabriel M. Lentner has been Assistant Professor of International Law and Arbitration at the Department of Law and International Relations of Danube University Krems since 2018, where he is also head of the section "International Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution". Lentner has also been a Fellow at Stanford Law School since 2014,  and he is the co-director (together with Prof. Scott Brewer) of the Logocratic Academy based at Harvard Law School. His research and teaching focuses on international law (especially international investment law, arbitration and dispute resolution, law of international organizations, international criminal law, international trade law), European Union law (especially foreign relations law) as well as legal theory and philosophy of law. Lentner's habilitation project has the working title "Domestic Law Concepts in International Investment Arbitration".

Lentner is the recipient of the Science Prize of the State of Lower Austria 2020, which he received for his monograph "The UN Security Council and the International Criminal Court". From September 2019 to June 2020 he was a Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School with the help of a special scholarship "Excellence for Research Stays Abroad" of the State of Lower Austria. In 2017 he received his PhD in law at the University of Vienna with his thesis "The Legal Nature of UN Security Council Referrals to the International Criminal Court". For this research Lentner also spent one semester at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law at the University of Cambridge as a Visiting Scholar. He obtained diplomas and certificates from the Harvard Law School & European University Institute in Florence (Law & Logic), the University of Vienna (Concentration in the Law of International Relations, European Studies) and the Central European University in Budapest (Environmental Law, Democracy and Human Rights).

Prof. Lentner is the (co-)author of more than 50 articles published (among others) in peer-reviewed journals such as the Leiden Journal of International Law, ICSID Review, British Yearkbook of International Law, International Criminal Law Review, Journal of World Investment & Trade as well as in the academic publishers Oxford University Press, Edward Elgar, Springer and Duncker & Humblot (see list of publications). He has given talks at conferences at Harvard Law School, Cambridge University, Freie Universität Berlin, King's College London and Seoul National University (South Korea), among many others.

In addition to his research and teaching, Lentner has been part of the editorial team of the Harvard International Law Journal (2019) and is a member of the Academic Advisory Board of the Cambridge International Law Journal and a reviewer for, among others, the European Journal of International Law, the Leiden Journal of International Law, the Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law (Heidelberg), the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Geneva), the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (Oxford, UK) and the Vindobona Journal of International Commercial Law and Arbitration (Melbourne). He also gained work experience as an associate of an international arbitration firm.

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Lentner, G.M.; Zasheva, Dayana (2022). Bridgestone v Panama: Denial of Justice in a Trade Mark Dispute and the Locus Standi of a Licensee in International Investment Arbitration. ICSID Review, 37(3): 645-653

Krimphove, Dieter; Lentner, Gabriel M. (2022). Völkerrecht und IPR. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart

Lentner, G.M. (2022). Die rechtlichen Hürden der Verfolgung russischer Kriegsverbrecher für das Verbrechen der Aggression im Römischen Statut des IStGH. Nova et Varia, 3/2022: 98-100

Lentner, G.M. (2022). Markenrechte und Investitionsschiedsgerichte– Eine kritische Analyse. ecolex, 4: 306-309, Manz

Lentner, G.M. (2022). Rechtsgrundlage und anwendbares Völkerstrafrecht vor dem IStGH im Falle von Vorlagen durch den UN-Sicherheitsrat. Journal für Strafrecht, 3: 248-252

Lentner, G.M. (2021). The Protection of Intellectual Property Rights under International Investment Law by Simon Klopschinski, Christopher Gibson and Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan. International & Comparative Law Quarterly, 70: 1030

Lentner, G.M. (2021). Beyond Cynicism and Critique: International Law and the Possibility of Change. In: Baade et al, Cynical International Law? 37-57, Springer, New York

Lentner, G.M. (2021). Regime Shifting in Action: The Case of Bridgestone v Panama and Trademarks before Investment Tribunals. Stanford Transatlantic Technology Law Forum Working Paper, 78: 1-34

Lentner, G.M.; Palmanshofer, H; Reiss, A. (2021). Recht und Politische Ökonomie. Juridikum, 1/2021: 72-74, Verlag Österreich

Lentner, G. M. (2020). Bridgestone v Panama: When Are Trademarks Covered Investments? ICSID Review, 34(3): 569-576

Lentner, G. M. (2020). Book Review: Alexandre Skander Galand, UN Security Council Referrals to the International Criminal Court: Legal Nature, Effects and Limits. Leiden Journal of International Law, 33/1: 253-256

Lentner, G. M. (2020). Review Essay: A Duty to Prevent Genocide by John Heieck. British Yearbook of International Law, 88: 1-10, Oxford University Press

Lentner, G. M. (2020). The Lasting Legacy of Double Standards: A Historical Perspective on the International Criminal Court and the UN Security Council Referral Mechanism. International Criminal Law Review, 20(2): 251-284, Brill

Lentner, G.M. (2020). Investor-State Dispute Settlement and the Relationship between IP and Investment Chapters in Free Trade Agreements. Stanford Transatlantic Technology Law Forum Working Paper, 50: 1

Lentner, G. (2019). The Perils of Quantitative Research in International Law. In: Rossana Deplano, Pluralising International Legal Scholarship: The Promise and Perils of Non-Doctrinal Research Methods: 149-172, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham

Lentner, G. (2019). Art. 29 Rom II-VO. In: Pfeiffer, Th., Pfeiffer (ed) Soergel BGB-Kommentar: 427-428, Kohlhammer, Stuttgart

Lentner, G. (2019). Law, Language and Power: A Constructivist Perspective on International Law. In: Jan Sramek 2019, Recht und Sprache: 1-18, ÖAT Salzburg 2018, Salzburg

Thiede T.; Lentner, G. (2019). Art. 28 Rom II-VO. In: Pfeiffer, Th., Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch mit Einführungsgesetz und Nebengesetzen (BGB): 420-426, Kohlhammer, Stuttgart

Lentner, G. M. (2019). CPTPP's Investment Chapter and the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights. Transnational Dispute Management Journal (TDM), 16(5): 1-12

Lentner, G. M. (2019). Law, Language, and Power: English and the Production of Ignorance in International Law. International Journal of Language & Law (JLL), 8: 50-66

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Lectures (Extract Research Database)

What makes a ‘virtuous’ argument in international law? A Logocratic Account

The logic of international law, 14/11/2022

Podiumsdiskussionsbeitrag zu Katharina Pistors Key Note "The Code of Capital"

Reichtumskonferenz, 17/10/2022

’Regime Shifting’ in der Beilegung von Investitions- und IP-Streitigkeiten: Eine völkerrechtliche Analyse

Österreichischer Völkerrechtstag 2022, 10/06/2022

Austrian Arbitration Law

Guest Lecture at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, 04/10/2021

Investor-State Dispute Settlement and the Relationship between IP and Investment Chapters: Distributional Inequities?”

Glasginburgh 2021 Conference: International Law and Distribution, 13/05/2021

International Investment Arbitration: Myths and Realities

Santa Clara Journal of International Law 2021 Symposium, 26/03/2021

English and the Production of Ignorance in International Law Scholarship

Practising Reflexivity in International Law (Discussant: Prof. Jean d'Aspremont), 22/02/2021

Domestic Law Concepts in International Investment Arbitration

VSVR Colloquium 2020 Harvard Law School, 17/04/2020

Lasting Legacy of Double Standards: The International Criminal Court and the UN Security Council Referral Mechanism

Works-in-Progress Workshop American Society of International Law International Courts and Tribunals Interest Group, 07/02/2020

The Perils of Quantitative Research inInternational Law

Paper presentation at the Visiting Researcher/Scholar Colloquium, Harvard Law School, USA, 18/09/2019

The Perils of Quantitative Research in International Law

Paper presentation at the Visiting Researcher/Scholar Colloquium, Harvard Law School, USA, 18/09/2019

Beyond Cynicism and Critique: International Law and the Possibility of Change

Paper presentation at the Cynical International Law? Conference, Freie-Universität Berlin, Deutschland, 06/09/2019

Beyond Cynicism and Critique: International Law and the Possibility of Change

Conference "Cynical International Law?", Freie-Universität Berlin, Germany, 06/09/2019

Global Governance and the Platform Economy

International research workshop on the legal implications of the platform economy, Krems, Austria, 24/06/2019

Know Your Place! ISDS and the RelationshipBetween IP and Investment Chapters

Society of International Economic Law/PEPA Conference, King´s College London, 30/05/2019

Analysing the Strengths and Weaknesses ofArguments in International Arbitration

YAF/YAAPICC YOUNG APPROACHES TO ARBITRATION conference, Vienna, 13/04/2019

Beyond Cynicism and Critique: InternationalCriminal Law and the Possibility of Change

American Society of International Law Annual Meeting, ICL-IG Business Meeting, Washington DC, 29/03/2019

Sustainability and Data: Global Governance in the Digital Age

Agenda conference ‘Social-ecologic sustainability research’, German Ministry for Science and Education, FONA, Kassel, Germany, 19/09/2018

International Law and Power: Kein Imperativ ohne Imperator

Hegemony in the International Order, Transnational Theory Network and the European Society of International Law, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy, 11/06/2018

Implications of the Achmea Decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union

Juridical Days Olomouc 2018, University of Olomouc, Czech Republic, 25/05/2018

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