- Studied law at the University of Maastricht (cum laude).
- Received his PhD-degree in 2002 at the University of Utrecht; his dissertation was awarded the Max van der Stoel Human Rights Award.
- Substitute-judge at the district court of The Hague from 2004-2009; involved in the ajudication of international criminal cases.
- Professor of International Criminal Law, in the particular procedural aspects, at the University of Amsterdam since 2006.
- Admitted to the bar in Amsterdam in 2010.
Press and publications
Göran Sluiter has published work on various topics in the field of international criminal law. Recent publications include:
- Alexander Zahar and Göran Sluiter, International Criminal Law – A Critical Introduction, Oxford, Oxford University Press. 544 pp. (2007)
- 'Het internationaal strafprocesrecht – De geboorte van een rechtsgebied', Vossiuspers, Amsterdam 2007, 31 pp. (inaugural lecture)
- Göran Sluiter and Sergey Vasiliev, International Criminal Procedure – Towards a Coherent Body of Law (UK, Cameron May 2009) 488 pp
- Carsten Stahn and Göran Sluiter, The Emerging Practice of the International Criminal Court (Leiden, Koninklijke Brill NV 2009) 770 pp
- 'Due Process and Criminal Procedure in the Cambodian Extraordinary Chambers', Journal of International Criminal Justice, nr. 4 (2006), 314 – 326
- 'Using the Genocide Convention to Strengthen Cooperation with the ICC in the Al Bashir Case', Journal of International Criminal Justice, nr. 8 (2010), pp. 365 - 382