Independence, accountability, and domination in International Courts
Public Reason and Courts is an interdisciplinary study of ideas of public reason in the context of constitutional and international courts edited by Silje A. Langvatn, Mattias Kumm and Wojciech Sadurski.
PluriCourts Lunch with Petra Mária Gyöngyi
PluriCourts Lunch seminar with Freya Baetens
Emma Brandon introduces Raffaela Kunz’ “Judging International Judgments Anew? The Human Rights Courts before Domestic Courts” in the recent issue of EJIL
PluriCourts Lunch with Bernard Ntahiraja
PluriCourts lunch seminar with Emma Hynes Brandon
Geir Ulfstein introduces Tom Ginsburg’s “Authoritarian International Law?” in the recent issue of AJIL.
PluriCourts lunch seminar with Yuliya Chernykh.
Political science reading group with Tarald Laudal Berge.
PluriCourts lunch seminar with Daniel Peat.
Political science reading group with Philipp Schroeder
Lunch seminar with Caroline E. Foster.
Nicola Strain introduces ' The Argument from Normative Legitimacy' in Shai Dothan, International Judicial Review: When Should International Courts Intervene? (CUP 2020).
PluriCourts Lunch Seminar with Vegard Tørstad.
Political science reading group with Monika Glavina
Associate Professor Stian Øby Johansen will present a case and focus on the international law aspects, as well as methodological lessons and challenges which arise when Norwegian law meets the international law
PluriCourts lunch seminar with Stefan Mayr.
Laura Letourneau-Tremblay introduces the paper 'Let’s (Not) (Dis)Agree to Disagree!? Some Thoughts on the "Dispute" Requirement in International Adjudication' by Andreas Kulick.
Half-day seminar on treaty based mechanisms and non-compliance mechanisms.
PluriCourts Lunch Seminar with Matt Saul.
PluriCourts Lunch Seminar with Theresa Squatrito.
Political science reading group with Theresa Squatrito
Nicola Strain introduces Campbell McLachlan, "The Assault on International Adjudication and the Limits of Withdrawal" (2019) The International and Comparative Law Quarterly 68(3): 499-537.