Eran Sthoeger is a New York based litigator, consultant and advisor on matters of public international law. He has vast experience in litigating and advising on complex legal matters such as land and maritime boundaries, the law of the sea, treaty law, investment law, the law of international organizations, human rights law and the use of force and humanitarian law issues.
Eran has worked on cases and appeared before international courts and tribunals, including the International Court of Justice and the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea. He also has experience with alternative dispute resolution mechanisms such as conciliation and negotiations between States. He regularly advises Governments on comprehensive litigation strategies with a view of protecting their rights and advancing their wider policy goals.
Eran is also an expert on the workings of the United Nations, particularly the United Nations Security Council, after having worked for a decade at Security Council Report. During that time he gained a unique understating of the intricate interrelations between law and policy in the international arena. On top of his work as a Policy Analyst and Legal Expert, Eran was also Training Coordinator, responsible for constructing and delivering capacity building and training programs for elected members to the United Nations Security Council.
Dedicated to his believe that advancing the peaceful settlement of disputes – and international law more broadly – are essential in today’s world, Eran has also several publications and teaches as an adjunct professor of law at Brooklyn Law School and Seton Hall Law School.
Eran holds an LL.B. in law, history and Jewish History from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (summa cum laude) and an LL.M. in international Legal Studies from New York University School of Law. He is a member of the New York bar.