Research seminars & labs 2017

  • 18 January: Aravind Ganesh (invited speaker), "A Republican Argument for Unilateral Jurisdiction to Provide Global Public Goods?".
  • 9 February: Steffen van der Velde, “The new EU conflict mineral regulation; a missed opportunity?”.
  • 9 March: Berenice Boutin, research lab on preliminary research ideas.
  • 29 March: Enrico Partiti, "Public play upon private standards. How European and international economic law enter into voluntary regimes for sustainability".
  • 6 April: Berenice Boutin, “Algorithmic decision-making and responsibility for targeted killings: Going beyond the ‘human-in/on-the-loop’ rhetoric”.
  • 27 April: Nora Chronowski (visiting research fellow), "Constitutional turmoil in in an 'illiberal' EU member state - the case of Hungary".
  • 17 May: Edith Loozen (invited speaker), "Why the Maximization of Healthcare Interests Requires Strict Competition Enforcement".
  • 30 May: Alejandro Del Valle Galvez (visiting research fellow) “Territorial Claims and Disputes in the Strait of Gibraltar Region”.
  • 14 June: Kushtrim Istrefi (invited speaker), "European Judicial Responses to Security Council Targeted Sanctions: A Consequentialist Assessment".
  • 27 June: Alejandro Del Valle Galvez (visiting research fellow), “Refugee Crisis and the EU Cooperation with Mediterranean States” (public)
  • 26 June: Eva Kassoti (CLEER visiting research fellow), "The EU and trade agreements covering occupied territories: A comparative study of Palestine and Western Sahara".
  • 7 September: Sofia Stolk, ‘‘Justice needs to be seen to be done: The International Legal Landscape in a Visual Age".
  • 27 September: Alessandra Arcuri (invited speaker), "The great asymmetry and the rule of law in international investment arbitration".
  • 18 October: Maria Kaveskaya (visiting research fellow), "Russian NGOs after the Foreign Agents Law: Sustaining Civic Activism in an Adverse Setting".
  • 19 October, PhD master class with Thomas Skouteris and Wouter Werner (invited speakers), "International Law, History & Method".
  • 9 November: Christopher Waters (visiting research fellow), "Blockade, Submarines and the Legal History of WWI Reconsidered".
  • 29 November: Emma Irving (invited speaker), "Capture, Tweet, Repeat: Social Media and the Democratisation on International Criminal Justice".
  • 4 December: PhD master class with Gleider Hernandez (invited speaker), "Working with Theory (Methodologies Seminar)".
  • 6 December: Antoine Duval, "Publish (tweets and blogs) or perish? Legal academia in times of social media".