Ylli Dautaj


Ylli Dautaj

LLB (University College Cork, Ireland); LLM (Uppsala University); LLM (PennState); PhD Candidate (Edin.)


Negotiating and drafting commercial agreements; Sales of goods; International arbitration; International investments

Academic Experience:

  • Senior Research Associate (Jindal Global Law School, Sonepat, India)
  • Visiting Lecturer (Uppsala University, Sweden; Narxoz University, Kazakhstan; Centre for Insolvency & Bankruptcy, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Delhi, India; Örebro University, Sweden)
  • Assistant Professor (Nirma University, Ahmedabad, India)
  • Research Assistant (Penn State Law, US)

Selected Publications:

  • Ylli Dautaj, ‘Immunity From Suit for International Organizations: The Judiciary’s New Quest of Separating Lawsuit Sheep from Lawsuit Goats’, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies (forthcoming Vol 27.2, Spring 2020)
  • William F. Fox and Ylli Dautaj, The Life of Arbitration Has Been Experience, not Logic: Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, and the Federal Arbitration Act, Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution (forthcoming December 2019 / January 2020)
  • Ylli Dautaj, ‘Enforcing Arbitral Awards Against States and the Defense of Sovereign Immunity from Execution, Manchester Journal of International Economic Law (forthcoming December 2019)
  • Ylli Dautaj and Bruno Gustafssom, ‘Provisional Measures in Investor-State Arbitration: States Playing Games in Local Courts by Invoking the Trump Card (Police Powers)’, 2019, Bologna Law Review Volume 4, Issue 1