The Conference will explore the practice of transnational judicial dialogue on issues of international law by and between domestic and international courts (and tribunals).
|Start date||21 June 2013|
|End date||22 June 2013|
The Conference seeks to examine whether, how, when and why courts engage in such dialogues; and what the effects are of this practice. In particular, it aims to clarify the concept and extent of court-to-court dialogue, the process itself, its limits and possibilities, as well as any influence it may have on the international legal order further down the line. The Conference seeks to address how transnational judicial dialogues occur in different regions of the world and in various fields of law, including, but not limited to, human rights.
The conference is organized by the ACIL, the ECRP project ‘International Law through the National Prism’ and the University of Oslo, the ERC project ‘MultiRights’.