Arman Tatoyan

Lecturer

Arman Tatoyan holds his Master of Laws from University of Pennsylvania Law School; he obtained his LLM and Ph.D. from YSU, Department of Criminal Procedure and Criminalistics.
Currently Mr. Tatoyan is the Human Rights Defender (Ombudsman) of Armenia and an Ad hoc Judge in the European Court of Human Rights. He served as the Deputy Minister of Justice of the Republic of Armenia and also has been the Deputy Representative of the Government of Armenia before the European Court of Human Rights. Mr. Tatoyan is also a permanent international advisor in the Council of Europe. He has been the advisor to the President of the Constitutional Court of Republic of Armenia and has been involved in different working groups for drafting laws and strategies for Armenia. He lectures in YSU and AUA, as well as in the Academy of Justice of Armenia.

Higher Education

2012 – 2013, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia PA, Master of Laws
2012, University of Pennsylvania Business (Wharton) School, Philadelphia PA
Business and Law Certificate Program, the Wharton School Executive Education
2002, LL.B. Yerevan State University
2004, Master of Jurisprudence, Yerevan State University
2007, Post-graduate study, Yerevan State University

Courses taught:

  • International Criminal Law
  • Introduction to Human Rights
  • Supervisor of Master’s Paper

2014- present, Visiting Professor at Academy of Justice of Armenia
Academic and Practical Course for Judges and Prosecutors:

E-mail:
[email protected]

Phone:
(+374 60) 61-27-55

Office Location:
109W (PAB)

Office hours:
(by appointment)