Sergey Sayapin

Sergey Sayapin (1)

Dr. Sergey Sayapin is an Associate Professor and Associate Dean at KIMEP University’s School of Law. He studied law in Uzbekistan (University of World Economy and Diplomacy, 1995 – 1999), the United Kingdom (University of Essex, 1999 – 2000), and Germany (Humboldt University of Berlin, 2008 – 2013). In 2000 – 2014, he held various posts at the Regional Delegation in Central Asia of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). Dr. Sayapin teaches and has research interests in the Central Asian and post-Soviet approaches to international institutions and law, international and comparative criminal law, criminology, law and society, economics, and technology. Dr. Sayapin’s most recent publications include:

Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia, Volume III: Central & South Asia (Brill, 2021) [in English], xiv + 725 pp., see: https://brill.com/view/title/39529 (print), https://brill.com/view/db/epil [with Seokwoo Lee, Hee Eun Lee, Muhammad Ekramul Haque, Rajesh Babu Ravindran, Jamal Seifi, and Wasantha Seneviratne]

“Kazakhstan”, in M. Porsche-Ludwig and Ying Yu Chen (eds.), Handbook of Asian States: Geography – History – Culture – Politics – Economy, Part 1 (LIT Verlag, 2021), pp. 267 – 276

“Uzbekistan”, in M. Porsche Ludwig and Ying Yu Chen (eds.), Handbook of Asian States: Geography – History – Culture – Politics – Economy, Part 2 (LIT Verlag, 2021), pp. 737 – 744

“Russian Approaches to International Law and Cyberspace”, in N. Tsagourias and R. Buchan (eds.), Research Handbook on International Law and Cyberspace, 2nd edition (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021), pp. 524 – 545

Courses taught at the School of Law:

– Criminology;
– Public international law;
– International human rights law;
– International conflict and security law;
– International criminal law;
– International Institutional law / Law of international organizations;
– Introduction to the legal system of Kazakhstan

E-mail: s.sayapin@kimep.kz