Coordinating Principles and Concepts Between International Courts and Tribunals
Open seminar hosted by Johann Ruben Leiss and Mads Andenæs.
The expansion of international law and the accompanying'proliferation' of international courts and tribunals raises questions on the application of coordinating principles between judicial institutions. This seminar will address the application and systemic relevance of jurisdictional and admissibility devices - such as resjudicata, lis pendens and forum non-convenience - and principles of subsidiarity as means for the coordination of the 'global judicial system'
The seminar is open to everyone, but registration is required.
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