Christine Kalibbala

Christine Kalibbala is an attorney of the High Court of South Africa and an international lawyer educated at the Universities of Geneva and Maastricht respectively. Her interest lies in developmental issues from a legal perspective focusing on the African continent and the extent to which countries specifically in the Southern and East African regions honour international instruments and treaties in the fields of investment and trade and human rights, and what such instruments entail practically for civil society in these regions.

Recent publications:

The Multiplication of International Courts and Tribunals, a threat? - University of Geneva-May 2015
Legitimacy in the era of accountability - An international perspective - Maastricht University - September 2016
Assignment of Intellectual Property Outside South Africa - World Intellectual Property Review Journal - October 2012
Alternative forms of adjudicating in South Africa - World Intellectual Property Review Journal - April 2012