Mulry Mondélice

Office: de Léry A-2007

Telephone : (450) 358-6777, ext. 6685856



Assistant Professor



  • DRT 460-Public International Law
  • DRT460- International Human Rights Law
  • POL 416 Canadian Foreign and Defense Policy
  • HIS 315-Diplomacy from XXth Century to Present


  • LL.D Laval et Paris II-Panthéon-Assas (2015)
  • LL.M Droits de l'homme et droit humanitaire Paris II (2009)
  • LL.M Droit public (2008)
  • LL.L. (2007) Université des Antilles
  • Maîtrise Français langue étrangère, Université des Antilles (2006)
  • Bac. philosophie Université d'État d'Haïti (2005)

  • International law and promotion of the rule of law
  • Peace operations and security sector reforms (Haiti)
  • National human rights institutions and international protection of rights and freedoms
  • European Union and North American approaches to humanitarian and development assistance (United States, Canada)
  • The influence of the law international on the evolution of military justice
  • Articulation between immunities
  • International responsibility and the rule of law in the context of joint crisis management (UN, NATO)
  • International law and human rights diplomacy
  • Military justice
  • International cooperation and humanitarian aid in Haiti and Syria
  • Migration in and from the Caribbean
  • International law and pandemics
  • International solidarity and international development law
  • Immunities, international responsibility and the rule of law in crisis management
  • Legal theory and political philosophy; relations between the European Union and the Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States

Dr Mulry Mondélice is an Assistant Professor of International Law and Diplomacy, and Deputy Director of the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at the RMC Saint-Jean. An Adjunct professor at the Université de Sherbrooke Faculty of law, before joining the RMC Saint-Jean he taught public international law, international human rights law, international economic law and diplomacy at different universities in Canada (Université Laval, York University, UQAM) and abroad. As a SSHRC postdoctoral fellow at the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism of the McGill Faculty of Law, he researched the involvement of National human rights institutions in international cooperation. Dr Mondélice has given more than sixty lectures and published fifteen referred journal articles and book chapters. Holding a Ph.D in law from Université Laval and Université Paris 2, he has received numerous awards and scholarships for his excellence in Canada, France and Haiti.

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