Both positions will take part in the research initiative on the interface between international and national law as the initiative is evolving and finding its new format.
On May 30-31, the COPIID research project completed its first physical kick off workshop in beautiful surroundings at Hotel Jeløya Radio, Moss.
On 1 April 2022, Juris Doctorate Emma Hynes Brandon held a trial lecture and defended her thesis on non-member states’ obligation to cooperate with the International Criminal Court (ICC) and three regional human rights courts.
Together with Birmingham Law School, PluriCourts is hosting a workshop on the value(s) of the European Convention on Human Rights. In relation to the workshop, there is a call for abstracts with submission deadline 3. June.
The project will study what the EU can do to prevent the deterioration of rule of law among its members, a question that project leader Daniel Naurin argues has only become more important.
Every year, PluriCourts welcomes several visiting researchers for research stays of various lenghts. - It added a whole different dimension and spin on the direction my work was going, says PhD candidate Tomas Pacheco-Bethencourt from the University of Málaga.
Lara Marie Nicola Eguia started working at PluriCourts in December 2021.