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Thomas D. Grant

Thomas D. Grant is an academic and practicing lawyer specializing in international dispute settlement and public international law. Notable cases on which he has served as counsel or assistant-to-counsel include the Temple Interpretation case (Cambodia v. Thailand), Macedonia v. Greece, and the Kosovo advisory case. He is a fellow of Wolfson College in the University of Cambridge; a Senior Associate of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law; and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). Dr Grant is author of several books, has published many articles in refereed journals, and has contributed chapters to numerous multi-author volumes. He is a contributing author to the Max-Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law; a foreign corresponding editor of International Legal Materials; and a co-founder and General Editor of the Journal of International Dispute Settlement. Thomas D. Grant is an academic and practicing lawyer specializing in international dispute settlement and public international law. Notable cases on which he has served as counsel or assistant-to-counsel include the Temple Interpretation case (Cambodia v. Thailand), Macedonia v. Greece, and the Kosovo advisory case. He is a fellow of Wolfson College in the University of Cambridge; a Senior Associate of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law; and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). Dr Grant is author of several books, has published many articles in refereed journals, and has contributed chapters to numerous multi-author volumes. He is a contributing author to the Max-Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law; a foreign corresponding editor of International Legal Materials; and a co-founder and General Editor of the Journal of International Dispute Settlement. 

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Thomas D. Grant is an academic and practicing lawyer specializing in international dispute settlement and public international law. Notable cases on which he has served as counsel or assistant-to-counsel include the Temple Interpretation case (Cambodia v. Thailand), Macedonia v. Greece, and the Kosovo advisory case. He is a fellow of Wolfson College in the University of Cambridge; a Senior Associate of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law; and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). Dr Grant is author of several books, has published many articles in refereed journals, and has contributed chapters to numerous multi-author volumes. He is a contributing author to the Max-Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law; a foreign corresponding editor of International Legal Materials; and a co-founder and General Editor of the Journal of International Dispute Settlement. 

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