William Thomas Worster is a Senior Lecturer at The Hague University of Applied Sciences in The Hague. He teaches in the areas of public international law, international migration/refugee law, and the law of international organizations. His current research agenda focuses on the intersection of sources of international law and migration law, specifically the use of diplomatic assurances in expulsion cases.
Mr. Worster has a diverse spectrum of professional experience. He has practiced law in various countries in private firms, NGOs, government, and the United Nations. His experience ranges from international business transactions, to international migration law, to international criminal law. Currently, in addition to his lecturing duties, Mr. Worster provides consulting services on issues of public international law and international migration law to international organizations and law firms.
Mr. Worster earned a J.D. degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law at the Illinois Institute of Technology, specializing in international and comparative law; and an LL.M. degree in Public International Law from Leiden University. He is currently completing a Ph.D. in Public International Law at the University of Amsterdam.
International Law, International Criminal Law, International Migration, International Organizations