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This event brings together three practitioners of international law covering one overarching topic of interaction among the different ‘regimes’ that now compose international law.

Detail Summary
Date 23 November 2018
Time 14:00 -16:30
Roeterseilandcampus - building B/C/D (entrance B/C)
Room Room B3.08

How do international courts and tribunals created by and connected to a specific legal regime, in the fields of trade, investment, human rights, or the law of the sea, take into account rules and jurisprudence developed outside their own regime? And how do developments within specific regimes affect general international law? The three speakers, whose activity refers primarily to a specific courts or tribunal, will discuss how the courts within which they operate address arguments based on ‘extra-regime’ norms and jurisprudence. 

Participants

  • Deepak Raju (Associate, Sidley Austin, LLP, Geneva), ‘Public International Law in the WTO’
  • Alexia Solomou (Associate Legal Officer, International Court of Justice), ‘The Law of the Sea Across Judicial Regimes’
  • Jan Ortgies (Legal Adviser, Iran-United States Claims Tribunal), From Public International Law to Investment Law and Back Again: Influences by and on the Iran - United States Claims Tribunal’

Introduction and Moderation: Geraldo Vidigal (University of Amsterdam)

Attendance

Attendance is open. If you wish to attend, please send a mail with your affiliation to: g.vidigal@uva.nl

Location

Roeterseilandcampus - building B/C/D (entrance B/C)

Room Room B3.08

Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
1018 WV Amsterdam