Petra Ditrichová senior non-resident fellow

Petra Ditrichová is a Senior Non-Resident Fellow at the Center for International Law at the International Institute of Relations. She graduated from the Faculty of Law of Charles University (Mgr., JUDr., Ph.D.). She holds a Diploma in Introduction to English and EU Law from the University of Cambridge. She also works as legal adviser at the Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic. She is Vice-President of International Society for Military Law and Law of War (ISMLLW), external expert of the Czech Red Cross and founding member of the National Group for Implementation of International Humanitarian Law. In past she acted as Deputy Legal Adviser in NATO/ACT SEE and a Czech Liaison Officer to NATO/NSPA. She externally teaches international humanitarian law at Charles University, Faculty of Law. Her area of expertise includes international law, law of armed conflict, international criminal law, rules on use of force, rules of engagement, international law in cyberspace.