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JURIDICA INTERNATIONAL. LAW REVIEW.
UNIVERSITY OF TARTU (1632)

Talmar, Annika

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Articles in Juridica

  • National Implementation of International Humanitarian Law. Topical Issues, Juridica Abstract, 2017, No. 7, pp. 479-489

Personal data

  • Born: February 24, 1984, Tallinn

Education

  • Doctoral Student, University of Tartu (Thesis on national implementation of international humanitarian law, supervisor professor Raul Narits), 2008
  • LLM, Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki, Faculty of Law (Thesis: Sexual Violence in Armed Conflicts), 2007-2008
  • Magister iuris, Faculty of law, University of Tartu (Thesis: National Implementation of International Humanitarian Law), 2006-2008
  • BA, Faculty of Law, University of Tartu (Thesis: National Implementation of International Humanitarian Law with an Emphasis on Teaching and Disseminating), 2003-2006
  • Exchange Student in Venezuela, 2000-2001

Career

  • Researcher, Internal Security Institute, Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, December 2008
  • Lecturer of Philosophy of Law and Introduction to Law; Guest Lecturer of International Humanitarian Law, Erasmus Teacher Exchange Programme at Huelva, Spain; Editor , Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, 2010
  • Specialist, University of Tartu, 2006-2007
  • Editor, Acta Societatis Martensis (Journal of International Law and International Relations), 2005-current
  • Tutor for first year students, University of Tartu, 2004-2006

Main areas of research

  •  Internal Security Policy

Projects

  • Report on the National Implementation of Humanitarian Law. In: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on the Law of Armed Conflict, (international conference), Estonian National Defence College, 2009
  • Exploring Humanitarian Law, Teaching young people the basic principles of International Humanitarian Law, Editor of the Estonian version of the resource pack for teachers, 2010

Professional activity and membership

 

  • Member, Martens Society, 2005-current; Member of the Board, 2007-current
  • Member, ELSA Estonia (European Law Students Association), 2004; Vice President on Seminars and Conferences, 2006
  • Friedrich Born Moot Court on International Humanitarian Law, Slovenia, November 2006
  • Free Legal Advisor,  Harju County Court, 2005-2006
  • Philip C. Jessup Moot Court on International Humanitarian Law, Baltic Friendly Round, February 2005
  • Philip C. Jessup Moot Court on International Humanitarian Law, University Round, winner, December 2004
  • Member, YFU Estonia (International Student Exchange Organisation), 2002; Volunteer of the Year, 2003

Studies abroad

  • Helsinki Summer Seminar: Linking State Responsibility with International Criminal Law, August 2009
  • Helsinki Summer Seminar: Tensions in the Law of Treaties, August 2007
  • 25th Warsaw Summer Seminar on Humanitarian Law (2 weeks), July 2007
  • Baltic Summer Academy on International Humanitarian Law, Lithuania, August 2006
  • Helsinki Summer Seminar: the 4th Annual Seminar on International Criminal Law, February 2005

Hobbies and community work

  • Long Distance Running, Singing, Crafts

Publications

  • A. Kasemets, A. Talmar and E. Liivik. Parema õigusloome rakendamine Eesti sisejulgeolekupoliitikas (Implementation of Better Regulation Principles in the Internal Security Policy) . Riigikogu Toimetised (Journal of Estonian Parliament) 2011, 23, pp. 83-96.
  • International Military Tribunals: Creation, Jurisdiction and Effectiveness in Light of Criminalizing Sexual Violence. Police Theory and Practice (a Slovakian journal), 2010, pp. 161–174.
  • National Implementation of International Humanitarian Law, 4 Acta Societatis Martensis, 2010, pp. 185–227. (in Estonian).
  • Self-defence against Terrorist Attacks: the US Action in Afghanistan, Police Theory and Practice (a Slovakian journal), 2010, pp. 125–134.
  • F. Angelstok, T. Kyntäjä, S. Kaugia, E. Raska, L. Auväärt,  R. Mahmudo, I. Pettai, U. Traat, R. Vöörmann, H. Koitel, R.  Kroonberg, R. Öpik, A. Lall. Serving the Society – a Collected Monograph. Annika Talmar (ed.). Tallinn: Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, 2010 (in Estonian).
  • Civil Defence in International Humanitarian Law and Its National Implementation, Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Security Sciences 8, 2009, pp. 114–133. (in Estonian).
  • I. Karton, M. Kratovitš, P. Plaks, A. Talmar. The Rules for Completion and Reference of Student Works.  Tallinn: Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, 2009. (in Estonian)

Languages

  • Estonian (Native)
  • English (Fluent)
  • Spanish (Proficient)
  • Finnish (Conversant)
  • Russian (Conversant)

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