M.A. Niko Tatulashvili

Contact Info

  • Lecturer

Specific and Technical Skills

  • Georgian-Native; English-fluent; Russian-Fluent
Technical Skills
  • MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
  • PhD, University of Essex, Law , 2012-2016, United Kingdom
Academic and Administrative Experience
  • Lecturer , International Black Sea University , Faculty of Social Scencies , 2015-
  • Gradute Teaching Assistant, University of Essex , Law Department , 2014-2015
Research Interests
  • International Law, European Law, Human Rights, Business and Human Rights, Labour Rights
Teaching Interests
  • International Public law, European Law, Human Rights, Business and Human Rights, Labour Rights
Selected Publications
  • Niko Tatulashvili. (2014). Labor Rights in the EU-Georgia Association Agreement. Human Rights Protection and Legal Reform in Georgia. 1, pp.25-45.
  • Niko Tatulashvili. (2014). European Workers’ Rights. Black Sea Link Program Yearbook 2013-2014. 1, pp.40-57.
  • Elizabeth Harper, Catherine Bevilacqua, Niko Tatulashvili. (2014). Analysis of Labor Rights and Employment: Iran’s International Human Rights Obligations. Legal Research Series, Human Rights in Iran Unit. 1, pp.17-31.
  • Niko Tatulashvili. (2014). When Can European States Ban Secondary Strikes? Comments on the RMT Judgment. EU Law Analysis: Expert Insight into EU Law Developments. 1, pp.1-4.


  • Niko Tatulashvili . (2011). Implementation of the Core ILO Standards at the National Level: Comparative Study of Poland and Georgia. Germany : VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.
  • Niko Tatulashvili . (2010). Judicial Independence in Georgia and Germany, Comparative Analysis of Constitutional Courts. Germany : VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.
Membership in scientific and professional communities
  • 13.05.2015-Present – Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy; in recognition of attainment
Courses Taught
  • 2015- "Human Rights Theory and Practice, IBSU"
  • 2015- "International Public Law, IBSU"
  • 2014-2015 "The Law of Obligations, University of Essex "
  • 2014-2015 "The European Union Law, University of Essex "