Fabián Novak, born in Lima on 5 August 1966.
Lawyer, Master of International Economic Law and Doctor of Law awarded by the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Doctor “Honoris Causa” by the Brazilian Academy of Philosophy. Director of the Institute of International Studies (IDEI) of Catholic University. Former President of the OAS Inter-American Juridical Committee. Head Professor of Public International Law of Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Professor of the Diplomatic Academy of Peru. Additionally, Professor of Integration Law and Foreign Investment in Master of International Affairs at Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. International Arbitrator.
Visiting Professor and lecturer at Georgetown University (United States), Complutense University, Rey Juan Carlos University and Barcelona University (Spain), Milano-Bicocca University, Siena University, Sassari University and Florence University Institute (Italy), Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (South Korea), Rio de Janeiro State University (Brazil), National Autonomous University of Mexico, Andes University and Nuestra Señora del Rosario University (Colombia), San Carlos de Guatemala University (Guatemala), amongst others. Professor of the International Law Course of OAS Inter-American Juridical Committee and the External Course of The Hague Academy of International Law.
Former Legal Adviser of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Peru (1996-2001). Legal Adviser of the Peruvian Delegation in the Brasilia Talks about the Ecuador- Peru Border Dispute (1996-1998). Legal advisor of the Peruvian Delegation in the 30th Ordinary General Meeting of the United Nations (1999), Peruvian Negotiator on Pending Affairs of the Treaty of Lima in 1929 with Chile (1999- 2000). Member of the Technical Commission of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs responsible for defining the Baselines of the Peruvian Coast (2005), Member of the Special Commission of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Sea Rights and Maritime Delimitation Affairs (2005), Peruvian expert before the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) Defense Council Work Team in charge of developing the Peace, Safety and Cooperation Protocol (2010) and Member of the Consultative Commission of the Ministry of Justice (2005-2006) and Ministry of Defense (2008- 2009).
Former Vice-Minister of Defense Policies of the Ministry of Defense of Peru (2006-2008). Former Consultant of the Unit for the Promotion of Democracy of the Organization of American States, the International Labour Organization (ILO), the Andean Community (CAN) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Member of the Peruvian Society of International Law, Institute of Peruvian Historical-Maritime Studies, Associate to the Hispano-Luso-Americano Institute of International Law (IHLADI), Member of the Spanish Society of International Law and International Relations Professors, Member of l’Association Internationale du Droit de la Mer (AssidMer), Member of the Scientific Committee of the School of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights of the School of Law of Educatis University, Switzerland, and Associate to the Institut de Droit International.
Awarded by the Government of the Republic of Peru the “Order of Merit for Distinguished Service”, at the Rank of Commander ; by the Peruvian Ministry of Defense with the “Military Order of Ayacucho”, at the Rank of Grand Cross, among others.
Georg Nolte, born 3 October 1959, in Bonn.
Professor of International Law at Humboldt University Berlin. Member of the International Law Commission (since 2007, Chairperson in 2017, Special Rapporteur on the topic “Subsequent Agreements and Subsequent Practice in Relation to the Interpretation of Treaties”, since 2013). Co-Chair of the Berlin Potsdam Research Group “The International Rule of Law – Rise or Decline ?” (supported by the German Science Foundation since 2015).
Associate Member of the Institut de Droit International (elected 2015). President of the German Society of International Law (2013-2017). Visiting fellow/professor at Leipzig University (1990-1991), New York University (1992), All Souls College, Oxford (2003-2004), Université de Paris 2 – Panthéon-Assas (2004), Institute for Advanced Studies, Berlin (2007-2008), South Ural State University, Chelyabinsk (2010), and Princeton University (2013) ; Member of the European Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice Commission) (2000-2007).