Areas of counseling expertise: United Nations, international courts and tribunals, public international law, general international human rights law.
Daniel Stewart is the founder of Independent International Legal Advocates (IILA), a non-profit working with small and developing countries to enhance their capabilities in vital areas of public international law. Daniel spent several years at the Office of Legal Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat. He has worked at the Special Court for Sierra Leone, the European Court of Human Rights, the Constitutional Court of South Africa, the Supreme Court of Israel, and the International Court of Justice, and he taught international human rights law at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. He is a graduate of Harvard and Columbia universities.
Daniel is available by appointment only. Email him directly to set up an appointment. Please e-mail your resume to Daniel before your meeting.