Domus Juridica, 6. etasje (kart)
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PluriCourts hosts a one week intensive interdisciplinary Ph.D.-course on the legitimacy of international law and international institutions, with a particular focus on international courts, in Oslo, Norway, May 11 to May 15 2020.
PluriCourts Annual Workshop on The Political and Legal Theory of International Courts and Tribunals 2020: Independence, accountability, and domination in International Courts (Oslo, June 22-23 2020).
Bernard Ntahiraja will introduce Confronting the Pathologies of International Law " (Chapter 2) in John Linarelli, Margot E Salomon, and Muthucumaraswamy Sornarajah, The Misery of International Law: Confrontations with Injustice in the Global Economy (OUP, 2018).
This semester PluriCourts welcomes five new employees - four PhD Fellows and one Postdoctoral Fellow.
PhD candidate Nicola Strain investigates whether the World Trade Organization Panels and Appellate Body and investor-state investment arbitrations have jurisdiction to decide questions of public international law when such issues arise in close connection with a dispute under the agreement conferring jurisdiction on the tribunal.
The conference is the third in the workshop series "Identity on the International Bench" organized by PluriCourts.
When and why do international courts and tribunals (ICs) provide a comparative advantage over alternative institutions and mechanisms ?
On 17 and 18 May 2018, the second conference in the Identity on the International Bench Series is taking place in The Hague, organized by the PluriCourts Centre of Excellence, Oslo University.
Research assistant Marcelo Campbell provides insights into the interplay between health measures and intellectual property rights with regard to regulations aiming at preventing non-communicable diseases (NCDs).