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Guest lecture by José Zalaquett a Chilean lawyer with extensive international experience with transitional justice and human rights.
The Third and final trial lecture in a series in accordance with a process of appointing a new scholar to the NCHR academic staff.
Associate Professor Christina Voigt will interview Professor Bruno Simma, former judge on the International Court of Justice.
Guest lecture by Robert J. Currie, Director of the Law & Technology Institute at Dalhousie University (Canada).
Konferanse/workshop i regi av Forskergruppen Internationalization of Law.
Professor Cecilia Bailliet will interview ICJ Judge Antônio Augusto Cançado Trindade. The Interview is combined with the launch of Trindades book "International Law for Humankind - Towards a New Jus Gentium".
Professor Gradoni vant i fjor ESILs Book Prize for sin bok "Regime Failure Nel Diritto Internazionale" (CEDAM, 2009), som nå kommer i engelskspråklig utgave på Cambridge University Press (2011).
Finola O'Sullivan (Editorial Director (Law), Cambridge University Press (CUP): Getting Published Internationally in Academic Books and Journals
Forelesningen er basert på artikkelutkastet "Constitutionalism and the Incompleteness of Democracy: An Iterative Relationship". Les et sammendrag her.
International organizations exercise increasing power, both at the regional and global level. This raises also questions about the legitimacy and control of such powers. Professor Jan Klabbers is a leading expert on the law of international organizations and is the Director of the Centre of Excellence in Global Governance Research at the University of Helsinki.
This network conference is funded by the Research Council of Norway.
We invite internationally acclaimed women scholars to this conference. The intention is to create a network for women scholars and practitioners to support their engagement in international public law. We seek to pursue publication of the papers and conclusions of the roundtables in an anthology with an international publishing house thereafter.
Should States Ratify Human Rights Conventions?
Preparatory Workshop 2: Legitimacy