Domus Juridica, 7th floor
Kristian Augusts gate 17 (map)
To honor the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Center for International and Comparative Law (CICL), the University of Baltimore School of Law, in conjunction with PluriCourts, will bring together renowned scholars for a symposium on legitimacy and international courts.
PluriCourts Coordinator Marlene Wind organises a two-day Conference at the Danish centre of excellence iCourts in Copenhagen.
An international symposium will bring together scholars and human rights judges to discuss how environmental concerns can legitimately be addressed by human rights courts.
The establishment of International Criminal Tribunals, and hybrid or internationalized tribunals has been hailed as a great achievement within international law. Legal scholars cite the substantial normative evolution within the field as proof of the value of these institutions. Nevertheless, there is a need for multi-disciplinary evaluation to assess legitimacy and effectiveness of these tribunals.
How do you succeed as a researcher in academia? This seminar will take a closer look to the challenges that many young academics face, and how to manage these challenges.
Report from the inaugural conference of ICONs International Society of Public Law, Firenze, juni 2014 :
Why another international law society/organization?
What was discussed?
How will the new society proceed, and how should we use it?
Drawing from original interviews with eight of the UK Supreme Court Justices, this presentation critically examines both the idea of judicial dialogue and its effectuation between the UK courts and the European Court of Human Rights.
Summer Course organised by PluriCourts in cooperation with the Venice Academy of Human Rights.
Michelle Zang, postdoctoral fellow, will discuss a WTO case: European Communities — Measures Prohibiting the Importation and Marketing of Seal Products.
More information is available at iCourts' home page.
The Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas (UiO), MultiRights: The Legitimacy of Multi-Level Human Rights Judiciary, PluriCourts: Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order (UiO), and the Norwegian Kant Society organise a summeer course on Human Rights, International Law, and Cosmopolitanism (HIC)
The International Criminal Court (ICC) is metting increasing skepticism. It is criticized for working too slowly, for preventing the reconciliation process, and for not deterring the commission of international crimes.
PluriCourts Annual Conference this year will be on the theme of international courts and the rule of law.
Visiting professor James Nickel (University of Miami) will present his recent research on human rights during emergencies at this PluriCourts lunch.
MultiRights guest researcher Adam Etinson will present his recent work.
Jane McAdam will give a presentation on the scope of international law in forced migration caused by climate change and natural disasters.
Christoffer C. Eriksen and Astrid Sinnes will present "Education for sustainable development and international student assessments: What governs education in a time of climate change?"
Postdoctoral fellow, Claudio Corradetti, will discuss what are - if any - the ”transitional” determinants of cosmopolitanism and how International Courts advance the process.
Is state consent convincing as a theory explaining the legitimacy of international norms and institutions?
Cecilia Bailliet will present: "National Case Law as a Generator of International Refugee Law: Rectifying an Imbalance"
Christina Voigt will present the symposium "The Legitimate Role(s) of Human Rights Courts in Environmental Disputes" which will take place on 8 and 9 september 2014. The presentation will give an overview of the content and purpose, speakers and outcome.