International Human Rights Law / International Refugee Law / International Organizations / Law of Treaties / Law of the Sea
Ralph Loren-Eisendecher is a Teaching Assistant at the Geneva Academy and a PhD candidate at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. His research focuses on the legal regime governing the rescue of persons in distress at sea.
Prior to joining the Geneva Academy, Ralph was a Lecturer of Public International Law at the Diplomatic Academy of Chile. He has also served as an Associate Legal Adviser at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Chile and as a Member of the Board of the Chilean Society of International Law.
Ralph holds a Master’s Degree in International Law from the Geneva Graduate Institute and a Law Degree from the University of Chile, where he also served as a Teaching Assistant in the courses of Public International Law, European Law and International Relations.