In this lecture we'll discuss what legal and practical questions the development of space law, through 'soft law' and national space law, does raise. If you want to attend the seminar in person, please register here: nettskjema.no/a/222104
Sondre Torp Helmersen will present his new book The Application of Teachings by the International Court of Justice (Cambridge University Press 2021).
Wednesday Lunch seminar with Doctoral Research Fellow Runar Hilleren Lie.
The Faculty of Law has the pleasure of inviting you to the launch of Cecilia Bailliets new book «The Construction of the Customary Law of Peace: Latin America and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights». The book will be presented by professor Thomas Antkowiak, Seattle University School of Law (live stream from USA), and professor Benedicte Bull, UiO.
PhD candidate Laura Létourneau-Tremblay at the PluriCourts Centre is presenting her PhD project "Aligning the International Investment System with Environmental Protection: Synergies or Discord".
Wednesday Lunch Seminar with visiting research fellow Taylor St John.
Two-day symposium on Svalbard discussing sovereignty and international courts with an emphasis on the Svalbard treaty and international law of the sea.
Øyvind Stiansen and Tommaso Pavone present the paper 'The NAV Scandal and the Shadow Effect of Courts: Judicial Review and the Politics of Preemptive Reform' at the ARENA Tuesday seminar on 24 August 2021.
Professor Karen J. Alter will give the PluriCourts Annual Lecture 2021
The PluriCourts Annual Conference gives an overview of the research activity at the centre, and how it relates to the overall research plan.
The Input and Output Legitimacy of International Courts
Wednesday Lunch Seminar with Senior Research Fellow Alain Zysset.
On 15 June 2021, PluriCourts and the Steering Committee for Human Rights (CDDH) will hold a seminar on the Effective Implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights - Enhancing Domestic Dialogue and Co-ordination.
Master of Laws Ingvild Bruce will be defending the thesis Preventive Use of Surveillance Measures for the Protection of National Security. A normative and comparative study of Dutch, Norwegian and Swedish law for the degree of Ph.D.
What can we learn from the recent maritime delimitation agreements for the way States deal with maritime claims? How does this affect non-State actors' rights? Are we witnessing a shift in the manner we interpret the law of the sea, notably under new pressures for accsess to natural resources? Those are some of the questions we will discuss during this seminar.
Wednesday Lunch Seminar with Associate Professor Jakob v. H. Holtermann.
With Associate Professor Yurika ISHII, National Defence Academy of Japan.
Wednesday Lunch Seminar with Professor Pierre Bodeau-Livinec.
Should the ICJ approach the practice by UN human rights treaty bodies from a position of dialogue or superiority when deciding similar cases?
What are the pros and cons of using human rights as standards to justify policy decisions?
Wednesday Lunch Seminar with Dr. Katalin Sulyok.
Wednesday Lunch Seminar with Professor Laurence Boisson de Chazournes.
Wednesday Lunch Seminar with Research Assistant Karoline Hovland Lyngstadaas.
Wednesday Lunch Seminar with Herbert and Rose Rubin Professor of international law, José Alvarez.