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Results: 1 - 20 of 166
  • New visiting fellow Kyle Rapp
    22 Sep 2021
    Kyle Rapp joined ACIL as a visiting fellow in September 2021 and will be with us for a period of three months. His project, “Constructing Compliance: Drafting the 1949 Geneva Conventions,” forms part of his PhD ...
  • Dr Eliana Cusato wins ESIL Young Scholar Prize 2021
    15 Sep 2021
    Dr Eliana Cusato, Marie Skłodowska-Curie postdoctoral research fellow at ACIL, is the winner of the 2021 Young Scholar Prize of the European Society of International Law for her paper on ''Problematising climate ...
  • New visitor Roland Klein joins ACIL
    3 Sep 2021
    Roland Klein joined ACIL as a visiting fellow in September 2021 and will be with us for a period of three months. His PhD project is entitled ‘International Law and Export Controls of Digital Dual-Use Items’.
  • New leadership for the International and European Law Master programme
    2 Sep 2021
    The Dean of the Law Faculty has appointed Stephan Schill as co-programme director, together with Annette Schrauwen, for the Master programme International and European Law. As of 1 September, Annette will be ...
  • ACIL welcomes PhD candidate, Sabrina Schaefer
    2 Sep 2021
    Sabrina Schaefer joined ACIL as a visiting fellow in September 2021 and will be with us for a period of three months. Her research concentrates on international treaty law and its intersection with European as well ...
  • Dr. Johanna Aleria Lorenzo
    ACIL welcomes Dr. Johanna Aleria Lorenzo
    3 Aug 2021
    Dr. J.A.P. (Johanna) Lorenzo joined the Amsterdam Center for International Law (ACIL) in August 2021. Her research and publications concentrate on development and global governance issues arising from the ...
  • Contingency in International Law. On the Possibility of Different Legal Histories
    6 Jul 2021
    Many ACIL members actively contributed to the vibrant 2018 ACIL conference on how international law could have been otherwise. Building on those exchanges, Ingo Venzke and Kevin Jon Heller have now published ...
  • Marten Zwanenburg named professor of Military Law, in particular the Law of Military Operations
    5 Jul 2021
    Professor Marten Zwanenburg has been appointed professor of Military Law, in particular Law During Military Operations at the Faculty of Law at the University of Amsterdam (UvA). The chair was established in ...
  • Fellowship for Ingo Venzke at The New Institute
    30 Jun 2021
    For the academic year 2021/22, Ingo Venzke has been invited as a fellow at The New Institute (TNI) in Hamburg.
  • UvA Law Student wins Environmental Law Writing Competition
    30 Jun 2021
    Congratulations to Dorothy Puga (LLM public international law student) for writing the winning essay on law and the environment, entitled ''Extinguishing the Flares of Death: How the Escazú Agreement May Enhance ...
  • Transitioning into the Profession of the Legal Scholar
    26 May 2021
    Join us for a webinar series with a group of peers centred on professional skills and academic conduct taking place between October 2021 and February 2022. Besides different methods of peer2peer engagement, this ...
  • ACIL welcomes Dr Andrzej Jakubowski
    26 May 2021
    Andrzej Jakubowski joined ACIL as a visiting fellow in March 2021. His research project ‘Cultural Justice in International Law’, funded by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (Bekker NAWA Programme), ...
  • Call for Papers on 'International Investment Law and Climate Change'
    6 May 2021
    Questions concerning the interaction between international investment law and climate change is what The Journal of World Investment & Trade will attempt to cover in a forthcoming Special Issue co-edited by Hélène ...
  • New book Contingency in International Law. On the Possibility of Different Legal Histories’
    Ingo Venzke and Kevin Jon Heller publish new book
    4 May 2021
    The book “Contingency in International Law. On the Possibility of Different Legal Histories” poses a question that is deceptive in its simplicity: could international law have been otherwise? Today, there is hardly a ...
  • ACIL PhD Researcher Roman Teshome wins Human Rights Essay Award 2021
    8 Apr 2021
    The Human Rights Essay Award is an annual competition sponsored by the Washington College of Law that seeks to stimulate the production of scholarly work in international human rights law. Almost a 100 essays were ...
  • Latest ACIL newsletter
    6 Apr 2021
    The latest ACIL newsletter is now available to read. Find out what our researchers have been working on most recently and register for upcoming events.
  • Students pitch policies on Sustainable Development Goals to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
    1 Apr 2021
    Within the new course ‘Sustainable Development and International Law’ students wrote policy briefs to advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to Dr. Joerg Weber, Head of the Investment Policies Branch at UNCTAD.
  • ACIL welcomes Dr Patryk Labuda
    1 Apr 2021
    Patryk Labuda joined the Amsterdam Center for International Law as a visiting fellow in September 2020. His postdoctoral research is supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation. Concentrated on global ...
  • Congratulations to UvA Law Students for International Moot Court success
    22 Mar 2021
    Congratulations to UvA Law students – Joanna Siewierska, Kalvis Logins, Olele (Lilly) Akhile Oijiangbe and Firas Aidi – who reached the semi-finals in the global rounds of the 2021 Frankfurt Investment Arbitration ...
  • Julia de Weijer wins award for best speaker
    1 Mar 2021
    Early February, student Julia de Weijer won the prize for best speaker in the Frits Kalshoven Competition on international humanitarian law, organised by the Dutch Red Cross and the Red Cross Flanders. 'It was a ...