Ammar Bajboj is a visiting research fellow in the Department of War Studies at King’s College. Ammar graduated from the Faculty of Law at Damascus University 2003, and has continued his studies in Egypt, where he obtained a Master’s degree in Public Law in 2006, then obtained a PhD in Law from Cairo University in 2011, his thesis is entitled “International Cooperation to Combat Terrorism Crimes”. Until 2014, Ammar worked as a lecturer at the Faculty of Law of Damascus University, and the Syrian Virtual University. He was also a lawyer in the Syrian Bar Association. As a result of the worsening violence because of the war in Syria, Ammar has moved to London. He currently works at a human rights and refugee organisation and is interested in furthering his research on international criminal law, terrorism and international responses to war crimes in Syria.
- Prosecution the war criminals of Syria. Beyond Borders Magazine, 2017.
- Referral to the International Criminal Court. Journal of the Arab Academy in Denmark, 2017 (20): 99-129. (in Arabic)
- In the midst of political bargaining, migrants are the biggest losers. Blog post on Middle East Centre of the London School of Economics website, 2016.
- International efforts to combat money-laundering crimes. Working paper for the scientific seminar on anti-money laundering crimes, organised by the London Centre for Studies and Research, 13th-14th July 2014. (in Arabic)
- Criminal Investigation by video conference technology. Economic and Legal Sciences (Journal of the University of Damascus), 2013 (4). (in Arabic)
- Implementation of foreign criminal judgments. Journal of the Syrian Bar Association, 2011 (14). (in Arabic)
- International cooperation in combating terrorism crimes. PhD thesis, Cairo University, 2011. (in Arabic)