Domus Nova, 5th floor
St. Olavs plass 5 (map)
PluriCourts invites scholars to apply for visiting research fellowship at PluriCourts throughout the year (with an exemption for the holiday period (1 July – 15 August) .
The duration of the contracts is 3 – 12 months. The candidate must hold a doctoral degree in political science, philosophy or law.
The 11th Annual Conference of the European Society of International Law (ESIL)will take place in Oslo, Norway. The Conference will focus on the judicialization of international Law.
This year's annual conference will focus on the performance of international courts, and will feature many prominent speakers.
The Centre of Excellence for International Courts (iCourts) and PluriCourts are hosting a high-level summer school for PhD students working on international law and with a special interest in interdisciplinary studies of international law and its social and political context.
We particularly welcome students and scholars who are writing up a PhD thesis that involves an interdisciplinary study of one or more international courts.
PluriCourts, together with University of Copenhagen Centre of Excellence for International Courts – iCourts, is organizing a combined workshop and PhD course on the Legitimacy of International Courts and Tribunals.
To honor the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Center for International and Comparative Law (CICL), the University of Baltimore School of Law, in conjunction with PluriCourts, will bring together renowned scholars for a symposium on legitimacy and international courts.
Communication in the form of judicial dialogue has been substantively investigated in the fields of human rights and constitutional law, it is nevertheless an increasingly rising phenomenon in international trade and Investment.
PluriCourts Annual Conference this year will be on the theme of international courts and the rule of law.
10-11 February 2014 in Paris.
Ingo Venzke visits PluriCourts to present one of his latest works.
The second PluriCourts Lunch introduces guest researcher Daniel Behn commenting on the Aguinda v. Chevron case.