Tom Dannenbaum is a Lecturer in Human Rights and the Director of the MA in Human Rights at University College London, where he writes primarily on issues of international law. In the summer of 2017, he will join the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy as an Assistant Professor of International Law. Previously, he taught at Yale Law School, where he was a Robina Foundation Visiting Human Rights Fellow and a Visiting Lecturer in Law. He holds a JD from Yale Law School, a PhD from Princeton, and a BA from Stanford University. His 2017 article in the Yale Law Journal, Why Have We Criminalized Aggressive War?, was awarded the Lieber Prize by the American Society of International Law. He is the author of Why Aggression is a Crime and Why It Matters (forthcoming with Cambridge University Press).