The Public International Law Research Seminars are at the heart of PIL@Oxford research. These seminars are open to Oxford research students and Faculty members working in international law as well as to visiting scholars. The seminars offer an opportunity for members of the Oxford PIL research community to present their work - at various stages - to fellow students and academics in a friendly and informal atmosphere. Held on Wednesday mornings in term time, from 09.30 to 10.30 in the Wharton Room in All Souls College. Each week a researcher makes a brief presentation on the subject of his or her research and the topic is then opened for discussion. This is one of the liveliest and most searching forums for discussion of international law in the University, and is an excellent way of keeping up to date in the subject and of honing analytical skills.
Marieke de Hoon
PhD Candidate and Lecturer at VU University (Amsterdam), Faculty of Law; Senior Counsel at Public International Law & Policy Group (PILPG) and Co-Director of PILPGs Netherlands Office
War and Peace Meets Crime and Punishment. Blending Public International Law, Criminal Law and Human Rights Law in Constructing the Crime of Aggression
28 May 2014, 9:30AM