Young, Dunoff and Voeten Visit PluriCourts This Week
Young is Professor Emeritus at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is a renowned Arctic expert and a world leader in the fields of international governance and environmental institutions. His scientific work encompasses both basic research focusing on collective choice and social institutions, and applied research dealing with issues pertaining to international environmental governance and the Arctic as an international region.
Young is one of the editors of the PluriCourts book project on "The Performance of International Courts". He is also member of the programme Committee for the Conference "The Environment in Court", hosted by PluriCourts in 2016.
Dunoff is professor at the Temple University School of Law. His research and writing focuses on public international law, international regulatory regimes, international courts, international organizations, and interdisciplinary approaches to international law.
He will contribute to the PluriCourts book project on "The Performance of International Courts".
Voeten is an Associate Professor of Geopolitics and Global Justice at Georgetown University. His research examines the role of international institutions and law in international affairs.
He is a regular Visiting Professor at PluriCourts and contributes to various projects, including PluriCourts' database projects.