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This year's Oliver Smithies Lectures will be given by Harold Hongju Koh, Sterling Professor of International Law at Yale Law School and formerly Legal Adviser to the U.S [more…]
Students and graduates from the University of Oxford’s Master’s in International Human Rights Law engage in a range of human rights activities worldwide, including working in refugee camps, defending detainees in Guantanamo and at the International Criminal Court, designing a human rights-based curriculum for disabled primary school students in Uganda, as well as engaging in human rights work [more…]
There are no seminars scheduled at the moment, but as soon as the next series is arranged, details will be listed here.
Thursday 16 May: Investment Arbitration and the Philosophy of Property, Professor Zachary Douglas, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
M Paparinskis, 'Barcelona Traction - A Friend of Investment Protection Law' (2008) Baltic Yearbook of International Law 105
The next conference has not been scheduled yet, but as soon as it is, details will be listed here.
Thoughts on a Blue-Sky Overhaul of Surveillance Laws: Challenges by David Kris