Programme

Monday 24 November

Time

 

08:30-09:00

Registration

09:00-10:00

Welcome

Geir Ulfstein, PluriCourts

Opening statements

Andreas Føllesdal, PluriCourts

Silje Aambø Langvatn and Theresa Squatrito, PluriCourts

10:00-10:15

Coffee break

10:15-12:15

Panel 1: Rule of Law principles as applied to ICs

Chair: Cecilia Bailliet, PluriCourts

Geir Ulfstein, PluriCourts

Jakob Holtermann, iCourts

12:15-13:15

Lunch

13.15-15:15

Panel 2: Accountability - Democratic?

Chair: Marlene Wind, iCourts

Başak Çali, Center for Global Public Law, Koç University

Stephan Schill, Max Planck Institute, Heidelberg

15:15-15:30

Coffee break

15:30-17:30

Parallel sessions

a) Rule of Law

Chair: Silje Aambø Langvatn, PluriCourts

Discussant: Geir Ulfstein, PluriCourts

  1. 'Individual Criminal Responsibility as a Test for Legitimacy of International Criminal Courts and Tribunals', Marina Aksenova, iCourts
  2. 'Post Rule of Law: The ICTY and the Development of International Criminal Procedure', Kjerstin Bree Carlson, iCourts
  3. 'The limits on the ECtHR in applying the principle of proportionality', Juha Tuovinen, European University Institute

b) Democratic Accountability

Chair: Stephan Schill, Max Planck Institute, Heidelberg

Discussant: Başak Çalı, Center for Global Public Law, Koç University

  1. '"Quis Custodied ipsos Custodes?" On the Co-Generating Legitimacy Relation between the ECtHR and its States Parties', Claudio Corradetti, PluriCourts
  2. 'Transparency, Neutrality and Appeal Mechanism in Investment Arbitrations', Aravamudhan Ulaganathan Ravindran, Riga Graduate School of Law/University of Copenhagen
  3. 'Access to International Courts: Legitimacy Enhancing?', Theresa Squatrito, PluriCourts

18:30

Workshop dinner

Tuesday 25 November

Time

 

09:00-10:30

Panel 3: Output/effects, including human rights

Chair: Matthew Saul, PluriCourts

Marlene Wind, iCourts

Martin Scheinin, European University Institute

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:30

Panel 4: Societal acceptance and compliance

Chair: Siri Gloppen, Christian Michelsen Institute/PluriCourts

Ole Kristian Fauchald and Daniel Behn, PluriCourts

Mikael Madsen, iCourts

12:30-13:30

Lunch

13.30-14:30

Panel 5: How legitimacy discourses fit together

Rapporteurs:

Lynn Dobson, University of Edinburgh

Andreas Føllesdal, PluriCourts

14:30-15:00

Coffee break

15:00-17:00

Parallel sessions

c) Output

Chair: Theresa Squatrito, PluriCourts

Discussant: Martin Scheinin, European University Institute

  1. 'Can your legitimacy be found in regional international law? The search for restoration of the SADC Tribunal through continental litigation', Solomon Ebobrah, iCourts
  2. 'The Human Right to Water in Investor-State Arbitration', Tamar Meshel, University of Toronto
  3. 'The European Court of Human Rights and the Quality of Domestic Parliamentary Processes', Matthew Saul, PluriCourts

d) Societal acceptance and compliance

Chair: Siri Gloppen, Christian Michelsen Institute/PluriCourts

Discussant: Mikael Madsen, iCourts

  1. 'Unwrapping the legitimacy of international courts: Mapping WTO Members’ expressed views on the WTO Appellate Body’s exercise of authority', Zuzanna Godzimirska, iCourts
  2. "The Legitimacy Crisis of the International Criminal Court", Abel Knottnerus, University of Groningen
  3. 'Judicial Dialogue in International Trade and Investment', Michelle Q. Zang, PluriCourts

e) Legitimacy – conceptual issues

Chair: Lynn Dobson, University of Edinburgh

Discussant: Jakob Holtermann, iCourts

  1. 'Investment - The role that evidence-based approaches plays for normative claims of the legitimacy of evolving international legal orders', Ole Kristian Fauchald, Daniel Behn and Malcolm Langford, PluriCourts
  2. 'ICs in general: do they use 'public reason'?', Silje Aambø Langvatn, PluriCourts
17:00-17:15 Closing remarks

18:00

Voluntary dinner

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