Nandor Knust is an ex­pert on in­ter­na­tion­al and trans­ition­al justice with a strong fo­cus on Sub-Saha­ran Africa. He has served as ex­pert for sev­er­al in­ter­na­tion­al or­gan­iz­a­tions on top­ics of in­ter­na­tion­al/trans­ition­al justice, re­gion­al se­cur­ity sys­tems, or­gan­ized crime, and plur­al­ist­ic mod­els of transna­tion­al crime con­trol. Nandor Knust is Co-Aca­dem­ic Co­ordin­at­or of the In­ter­na­tion­al Max Planck Re­search School for Com­par­at­ive Crim­in­al Law and he holds the po­s­i­tion of Lec­turer “In­ter­na­tion­al Crim­in­al Law” at the School of Gov­ernance, Law and So­ci­ety at Tallinn Uni­versity, Es­to­nia. In 2013, the Max Planck So­ci­ety presen­ted him with the Otto Hahn Medal for out­stand­ing sci­entif­ic achieve­ments.

Dr. Nandor Knust