Philip Moremen joined the School of Diplomacy and International Relations in the spring of 2000. His areas of expertise include public international law, international environmental law and policy, and peace operations.
Professor Moremen's scholarship has addressed private enforcement of international law, customary international law, and post-conflict peacebuilding. He has published in the Temple Law Review, the UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs, and the Harvard Journal of International Law.
Professor Moremen is a Vice-President of the American Branch of the International Law Association and serves on its Executive Committee. He is currently an at-large member of the the Faculty Senate Executive Committee. He is also the faculty adviser to the School's student International Law Society.
- J.D., University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law
- Ph.D., Tufts University, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy
- B.A., Stanford University
"When the Fighting Stops: Roles and Responsibilities in Post-Conflict Reconstruction." 38 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1233 , April ( 2008)
"International Private Rights of Action: A Cost-Benefit Framework." 8 San Diego International Law Journal 5, November 2006
"Costs and Benefits of Adding a Private Right of Action to the World Trade Organization and the Montreal Protocol Dispute Resolution Systems." 11 UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs 189, October 2006
"National Court Decisions as State Practice: A Transnational Judicial Dialogue?"
32 North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 259, February 2006
"Private Rights of Action to Enforce Rules of International Regimes." 79 Temple Law Review 1127, February 2006