A Future for the Margin of Appreciation in International Law?

10-11 February 2014 in Paris.

 

Venue

Centre franco-norvégien en sciences sociales et humaines

Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme

190, avenue de France 75013 Paris

 

Monday 10 February 2014

10:00-10:30

 Opening Statements

 Bjarne Rogan, University of Oslo and CFN

Geir Ulfstein, PluriCourts, University of Oslo

Mads Andenæs, University of Oslo

Eirik Bjørge, Oxford University

10:30-11:45

 Introductory Panel

Chair: Judge Ronny Abraham

 

Jean-Pierre Cot, Judge, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea

Alain Pellet, Professor, Université de Paris Ouest - Nanterre La Défense

Rolf Einar Fife, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

András Sajó, Judge, European Court of Human Rights

11:45-12:00

Coffee break

12:00-13:00

Second session: General International Law and the Margin of Appreciation

Chair: Sir Christopher Greenwood, Judge, International Court of Justice

 

  • Is there a margin of appreciation in implementing international judicial decisions?

Andrea Gattini, Professor, University of Padova

 

  • The margin of appreciation in the context of uti possidetis juris

Mathias Forteau, Professor, Université de Paris Ouest - Nanterre La Défense

 

  • Self-judging clauses, good faith review, and margins of appreciation?

Paolo Palchetti, Professor, Università di Macerata

 

Margins of Appreciation in European Law

Chair: Paul Craig, Professor, University of Oxford

 

  • EU law, procedure, and the margin of appreciation

Christoph Krenn, PhD Candidate, Max Planck Institute of Public International Law

 

  • Subsidiarity and EU fundamental rights

Francisco Javier Mena Parras, PhD Candidate, Vrije Universiteit Brussels

 

  • Why Granting States a Margin of Appreciation Supports the Formation of a Genuine European Consensus

Shai Dothan, Senior Researcher, Tel Aviv University

 

  • EU law and the margin of appreciation

Emanuel Castellarin, PhD Candidate, University of Paris I - Sorbonne

 

Summing up

Angelika Nussberger, Judge, Europeam Court of Human Rights

13:00-15:00

Lunch

Venue tbd

15:00-17:00

Third session: International economic law

Chair: Catherine Redgwell, Professor, UCL

 

  • Investment arbitration and the margin of appreciation

Julian Arato, Associate in Law, Columbia Law School

 

  • WTO law and the margin of appreciation

Filippo Fontanelli, Lecturer, University of Surrey

 

  • Economic law and the margin of appreciation

Giuseppe Bianco, PhD Candidate, University of Oslo

 

Summing up

Edwige Belliard, Conseiller d’Etat, President, Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine

Ronny Abraham, Judge, International Court of Justice

19:00

Dinner

Location tbd

 

Tuesday 11 February 2014

10:00-12:00

Fourth session : Constitutionalising Margins of Appreciation

Chair: Vera Gowlland, Professor, Graduate Institute Geneva

 

  • The constitutionalization of international law and the margin of appreciation

Geir Ulfstein, PluriCourts, University of Oslo

 

  • Provisional measures and the margin of appreciation

Cameron Miles, Research Student, University of Cambridge

 

  • UN Administrative Law and the margin of appreciation

Dr Olufemi Elias, Executive Secretary, World Bank Administrative Tribunal

12:00-12:15

Coffee break

12:15-13:00

Fifth session: How Does It Operate and Where Does It Come From

Chair: Andrew Clapham, Professor, Graduate Institute Geneva

 

  • Proportionality and margins of appreciation

Enzo Cannizzaro, Professor, University of Rome

 

  • The margin of appreciation and in dubio mitius

Luigi Crema, Post-Doc, University of Milano

 

  • Where did the doctrine of the margin of appreciation come from?

Eirik Bjorge, Junior Research Fellow, University of Oxford

13:00-15:00

Lunch

Venue tbd

15:00-17:00

Sixth session: Concluding Panel

Chair: Abdulqawi Yusuf, Judge, International Court of Justice

 

Andrew Clapham, Professor, Graduate Institute Geneva

Andreas Follesdal, Professor, PluriCourts, University of Oslo

Horatia Muir Watt, Professor, Sciences Po Paris

Giorgio Sacerdoti, Professor, Bocconi University

Attila Tanzi, Professor, University of Bologna

 

Summing up:

Mads Andenas, Professor , University of Oslo

Sir Christopher Greenwood, Judge, International Court of Justice

Organizer

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