Joshua Bishay est inscrit en doctorat d'Histoire du droit depuis novembre 2020 sous la direction de Livia Holden. Son projet de thèse est intitulé : A Farewell to Arms: Cultural Expertise in French Courts of Individuals Accused of Membership in Violent Extremist Groups

Après un Bachelor of Arts obtenu en 2009 (University of Illinois, Chicago), il devient Juris doctor en 2012 (John Marshall Law School, Chicago).  Il est également titulaire d'un Master of Law mention Anthropologie (Universiteit Utrecht, Pays-Bas, 2020). Pendant ses études aux Pays-Bas, Joshua Bishay s'est distingué en étant lauréat du Katharina Boele-Woelki Award in comparative law. Par ailleurs, il a été jusqu'en 2020, le rédacteur en chef de l'Utrecht Journal of International and European Law.

Joshua Bishay dispose d'une grande experience professionnelle :

  • Student Assistant / Editor | Utrecht University | December 2019
  • Legal Consultant / Advisor | Freelance | 2015-2016
  • Legal Consultant | Defense Team of Mr. Jean-Pierre Bemba, ICC | January 2016 – July 2016
  • Case Manager | Defense Team of Abdallah Banda Abaker Nourain, ICC | January 2014 – July 2015
  • Case Manager | Defense Team of Ms. Karma al-Khayat & Al-Jadeed, STL | May 2014 – June 2015
  • Intern | Office of the Co-Prosecutors, Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia | July 2013 – December 2013
  • Faculty Research Fellow | The John Marshall Law School | February 2013 – June 2013.

Il a en outre participé à plusieurs colloques et publié de nombreux articles :
  • 2020 - Book chapter – Joshua Isaac Bishay, “‘Solemnly Declare to Tell the Truth’: Internationalising the Solemn Undertaking Before the International Criminal Court”, in eds. Brianne McGonigle and Julie Fraser, Intersections of Law and Culture at the International Criminal Court (Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd).
  • 2020 – Case Note (forthcoming) – Joshua Isaac Bishay, Pita Klaassen, Lucia Van Der Meulen & Linde C.H.M. Verhoeven, “Google Spain from the perspective of the ECtHR: Balancing Human Rights in the Digital Age”, European Review of Private Law.
  • 2020 – Article (Completed Peer Review) – Joshua Isaac Bishay, “Cultural Experts at the ICC: The Local and the International”, Nordic Journal of Law and Social Research.
  • 2020 – Article (Peer Review) – Joshua Isaac Bishay, “Woven into the Fabric: Cultural Expertise at the International Criminal Tribunals”, Law and Social Inquiry.
  • 2020 – Book Chapter (Peer Review) – Joshua Isaac Bishay, “The Expert Witness and the Cultural Expert in International Criminal Law”. Cultural Expertise Textbook, ed. Livia Holden.
  • Oct 2019 – Expert Meeting – Presented at an expert meeting on the International Criminal Court and cultural context.
  • Nov 2020 – Conference – presented on a panel on how international law may or may not be an expression of European universalism.

Anglais : langue maternelle
Arabe (égyptien) : courant
Allemand : lu, écrit et parlé

Mis à jour le 24 janvier 2021