Phoebe Mullis LL.M.

Junior Researcher

  • Department:
  • Research strand: In the public interest: accountability of the state and the prosecution of crimes
  • Main fields of interest: Counter-Terrorism International Criminal Law International Environmental Law


Phoebe has recently graduated from the University of Amsterdam with an LL.M. in International and Transnational Criminal Law. Her LL.M. thesis explored the potential addition of the crime of Ecocide at the ICC through a TWAIL perspective. Prior to this, she completed her B.A. in Liberal Arts and Science at Amsterdam University College where she majored in International Law.

During her studies, she worked as a Legal Researcher at the Amsterdam Law Clinics, where she assisted the defence counsel on the appeal of a war crime and terrorism conviction of a Syrian asylum seeker. This sparked her interest in counter-terrorism and its conduct within today’s complex political landscape. She is also currently mentoring students on the International Criminal Law track at the University of Amsterdam. At the TMC Asser Institute, Phoebe assists with the work of the Global Counterterrorism Forum.