Claudia Candelmo is Adjunct professor at the Vesalius College of the Brussels School of Governance and Teaching Fellow in EU Law at Durham University. She holds a PhD in International, Comparative and Public Law from Sapienza, University of Rome (2017). At Vesalius College, she co-teaches the Public International Law Course. Previously, she was Post-doctoral research fellow in European Union Law at LUISS University (2019-2022).
Her research interests mainly focus on issues of State responsibility in international law, the international regime concerning the use of force and international humanitarian law, especially the law governing non-international armed conflicts. She is currently working on a monograph on State responsibility for terrorist acts, where particular attention is devoted to issues of shared responsibility between States and non-state actors. Her research also covers the case law of the Court of Justice of the EU on manifest error of assessment.