Rossana Deplano – University of Leicester, United Kingdom
Dr. Rossana Deplano is Lecturer in Law at the University of Leicester (UK). She holds an LLB and LLM from the University of Cagliari (Italy) and a PhD from Brunel University London (UK). Her main research interests lie in the field of public international law. She has been Scholar-in-Residence at the Library of Congress, Washington DC (2018, 2019) as well as Visiting Researcher at the University of Cambridge (2017) and Georgetown University, Washington DC (2016).
Rossana is currently writing a monograph for Cambridge University Press entitled: Empirical and Theoretical Approaches to International Law: How States Use the UN General Assembly To Create International Obligations. Other scholarly work includes R. Deplano (ed), Pluralising International Legal Scholarship: The Promise and Perils of Nondoctrinal Research Methods (Elgar, forthcoming 2019) and R. Deplano, The Strategic Use of International Law by the United Nations Security Council: An Empirical Study (Springer 2015).