'Adjudicating Rights' - Judge Joan Donoghue in conversation with Judge Theodor Meron

Event date
2 November 2017
Event time
17:30 - 19:30
Oxford week
Mansfield College - Sir Joseph Hotung Auditorium
Judge Joan Donoghue

The Bonavero Institute of Human Rights is delighted to be hosting Judge Joan Donoghue in conversation with Judge Theodor Meron in one of its series of judicial conversations "Adjudicating Rights".

Judge Joan Donoghue was elected to the International Court of Justice in 2010, following a career at the U.S. State Department, where she served as the Principal Deputy Legal Adviser (the senior career attorney) from 2007 to 2010.  Her work there spanned diverse topics in public international law, such as the negotiation and interpretation of treaties, the law of the sea, the environment, investment, human rights law and international humanitarian law. Judge Donoghue has had extensive experience with various forms of international dispute settlement, including claims agreements, arbitration and adjudication.  She has also taught at several U.S. law schools and has lectured frequently on aspects of international adjudication.

The event will take place at Mansfield College, in the Sir Joseph Hotung Auditorium, within the new Hands Building (shown on the map as Love Lane building). Please report to the Lodge on arrival and ask for directions.

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Human Rights Law