Jens Iverson is an Assistant Professor of International Law. His research focus is the normative and historical foundations of the international law applicable to the transition from armed conflict to peace (jus post bellum). A member of the California Bar, the Thurston Society, and the Order of the Coif, he received his Juris Doctor cum laude from the University of California, Hastings, and his Bachelor of Arts from Yale University. As the co-founder of a human rights clinic, he helped represent the former Prime Minister of Haiti in a successful petition to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights which ultimately resulted in a landmark ruling requiring Haitian prison reform. He practiced at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia for over three years on both the Popović et al. and Prlić et al. cases.
- Just Post Bellum: Mapping the Normative Foundations (2014)
- Revolution or Reform: Has Humanitarianism Established a New Legal Order? Should It? - In "Leiden Journal of International Law (2014)
- Transitional Justice, Jus Post Bellum and International Criminal Law: Differentiating the Usages, History and Dynamics (2013)
- The Continuing Functions of Article 98 of the Rome Statute (2012)
- Eight Perspectives on Yvon Neptune v. Haiti (2009)