Jonathan Heuberger is a German attorney specializing in public international law. In April 2015, he joined the Center for Applied Negotiations at the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) in Israel, where his research focuses on the Middle East peace process and the legal status of the Gaza Strip. Jonathan Heuberger is a graduate of University College London (UCL) and the University of Cologne. He completed his legal clerkship at the Supreme Court of Berlin. From 2007–2010, Jonathan Heuberger worked under Professor Dr. Claus Kreß as a research fellow at the Institute for German, European and International Criminal Law, Peace and Security Law in Cologne. His work at the institute focused on legal questions arising in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict such as the Oslo agreements, the legality of targeted killings, the West Bank barrier, the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court over the Situation in Palestine and the role of armed non-state actors under the laws of armed conflict. Jonathan Heuberger has lectured and published on the legal nuances of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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