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On 17 June at The Old Library, All Souls College, Eirik Bjorge and Cameron Miles (Trinity Hall, Cambridge) organized, under the auspices of Professor Catherine Redgwell, an authors' workshop in connection with the forthcoming Landmark Cases in Public International Law, which is to be published by Hart Publishing […]
A one day workshop on '(International) Legal Positivism' was hosted by Jean d'Aspremont (Manchester), John Gardner (Oxford), Jörg Kammerhofer (Freiburg) & Antonios Tzanakopoulos (Oxford) on 5 June at the Law Faculty, St Cross Building in an attempt to bring the Jurisprudence and PIL Groups together on matters of common concern […]
Thursday 28 May: Justice at the Ends of the Earth: What 'Terrorists' Think of International Law, Ben Saul, University of Sydney
A Tzanakopoulos, 'The Distomo Case: Greece to Intervene in the Sovereign Immunity Dispute between Germany and Italy before the ICJ' (2011) EJIL: Talk!
The next conference has not been scheduled yet, but as soon as it is, details will be listed here.
Announcement: Conference on Comparative Foreign Relations Law (Geneva) by Sadie Blanchard
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The Gaza Report?s Treatment of Warnings: A Response to Blank by Kevin Jon Heller