Konstantinos D. Magliveras is professor of the Law of International Organizations in the Department of Mediterranean Studies, at the University of the Aegean in Greece, with focus on the areas of Public International Law and an emphasis on International Criminal Law, European Union Law, International and Regional Protection of Human Rights, Transnational Migration, Trafficking in Human Beings, African legal affairs and African multilateral institutions.
He served as an external researcher at the Research Centre for the Greek Society, Academy of Athens, Greece, as well as, as an expert on Greek Migration Law for the Legal Department of the International Organization for Migration, Geneva, Switzerland, and for the Centre for Migration and Intercultural Studies, University of Antwerp, Belgium.
A Visiting Research Fellow at the School of Law, University of California at Berkeley, USA (1997) and a Visiting Researcher at the Faculty of Law, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany (2010), Professor Magliveras has also taught at the University of East Anglia, Great Britain (1999), the University of Sussex (1994 – 1995) and the University of Aberdeen (1989 - 1991). He was awarded a D.Phil in International Law from Oxford University.
A contributing editor of European Current Law (Sweet & Maxwell publication) since 2001, he has also published more than 100 monographs, book chapters and articles such as: “Moving Across Borders: Foreign Relations, Religion and Cultural Interactions in the Ancient Mediterranean” (2007), “Transnational Trafficking in Human Beings: criminal suppression and protection of victims rights” (2014). His co-authored monograph on the African Union will be published in its fourth edition by Wolters Kluwer in early 2018.