Research luncheons and seminars

2016

Research luncheons:

  • 18-Jan: Olivier Ribbelink, discussed a Summary Judgement.
  • 21-Mar: Michiel de Rooij, discussed "Wenander - Recognition of Foreign Administrative decisions".
  • 18-Apr: Davor Jancic, presented "Membership Crisis in the European Union: Implications of Brexit".
  • 23-May: Janne Nijman, discussed the paper "Renaissance of the City as Global Actor” The Role of Foreign Policy and International Law Practices in the Construction of Cities as Global Actors.
  • 13-Jul: Janne Nijman, discussed "Onora O'Neill: A question of Trust. The Reith lectures".Book reading luncheons:
  • 13-Oct: The Law of Peoples by John Rawls

 

Research seminars:

  • 12-Jan: Miriam Cullen, "Dangerous Liaisons: The Security Council and International Justice".
  • 4-Feb: Steven Stuij, "Recital 26 of the EU Regulation on Successions and Wills: fraude à la loi Revisited?".
  • 3-Mar: Wybe Douma, "Chlorinated chicken tonight? TTIP and the integration of sustainable development".
  • 7-Apr: Isabella Querci, "Implementations of Acts of International Organizations into EU Law: the Case of Individual Sanctions".
  • 28-Apr: Isabel Aldave, “The impact of the “Global War on Terror” on the international legal system: ius ad bellum, ius in bello and human rights".
  • 11-May: Melanija Jancic,"The prohibition of discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity".
  • 23-Jun: Geoff Gordon, "Questioning the conflict of laws paradigm in transnational legal discourse".
  • 8-Sept: Oskar van Maren, "Prioritisation in State aid control: Filtering out “unwanted” complaints".
  • 12-Oct: Uladzislau Belavusau, "Memory Laws in European and Comparative Perspective".

2015

Research luncheons:

  • 16-Feb: Janne Nijman, discussed “Empire of security and security of empire”, an article by Kim Lane Scheppele (2013).
  • 16-Mar: Steffen van de Velde, discussed “Methodology for Phd research”.
  • 11-May: Mary Durfee (research fellow), “Where Will the Arctic Live in the EU?”.
  • 21-Sept: Christophe Paulussen, discussed three chapters from Cassese's last book “Realizing Utopia: The Future of International Law”.
  • 12-Oct: Ben van Rompuy, “Culture of Justification”.
  • 16-Nov: Steven Stuij: “the impact of recent supranational developments (EU, ECHR) on private international law methodology”.
  • 14-Dec: Tamara Takacs: “Universal Exceptionalism in International Law”.

Research seminars:

  • 5-Mar: Davor Jancic, “National Parliaments and EU Fiscal Integration”.
  • 2-Apr: Vesna Lazic, “Procedural Justice for ‘Weaker Parties’ in Cross-Border Litigation under the EU Regulatory Scheme”.
  • 7-May: Luca Pantaleo, “Legal implications of the ruling of the General Court in Joined Cases T 208/11 and T 508/11, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE)”.
  • 4-Jun: Tomas Hamilton (research fellow), “International Criminal Law as Regulation of Individual Arms Trade Conduct”. 2-Jul: Antoine Duval: “Gunther Teubner: "The fragmentation of law in a post-national context".
  • 3-Sep: Oskar van Maren, “EU State aid law and professional football: A threat or a blessing?”.
  • 24-Sep: Jessica Dorsey/ Marloes Van Hooijdonk/ Antoinette Wessels, “Social media workshop”.
  • 1-Oct: Agne Augutaviciute (research fellow): “Social Dialogue in Professional Sports Regulation” (PhD).
  • 5-Nov: Berenice Boutin, "The Role of Control in Allocating International Responsibility in Collaborative Military Operations” (PhD).