International Law
Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Tuesday 9 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

1A       Irini Papanicolopulu (Glasgow)

            An Unlikely Champion?  ITLOS and the Protection of Human Rights

1B       James Summers (Lancaster)

            Individual Petitions to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: The                         Problem of Article 1


Session 2: Tuesday 9 September 2014 16.00-17.30 Room

2A       Marie Aronsson (Melbourne )

             Anonymity, Force and the Future of jus ad bellum

2B        Naomi Hart (Cambridge )

             Espionage and International Law: Exceptions to the Prohibition on Interference in                            Internal Affairs

2C        Arman Sarvarian (Surrey )

             Humanitarian Intervention after Syria


Session 3 Wednesday 10 September 2014 09.00-10.30 Room

3A       Paul Eden (Sussex)

            Mystifying the Art of Interpretation: The Challenge of Plurilingual Treaties

3B       Gleider Hernandez (Durham)

            A Pluralist Account of Interpretative Authority in International Law

3C       Iain Scobbie (Manchester)

            International Law and Science: Towards the Limits of Justiciability? 


Session 4 Wednesday 10 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

4A       Richard Collins (Sheffield)

            “Law-Applying” Institutions in International Law: The Problematic Concept of the                           International Legal Official

4B       Tatyana Eatwell ( Cambridge)

            Rethinking State Responsibility for Complicity in Violations of International Law by                         Non-State Actors

4C       James Sweeney  (Lancaster)   

            The Role of Judges in Relation to “Transitional Cosmopolitanism”

Abstracts

Mystifying the Art of Interpretation: The Challenge of Plurilingual Treaties by Paul Eden.
The Role of Judges in Relation to ‘Transitional Cosmopolitanism by James A Sweeney.
IS THE REAL PROMISE OF THE PRINCIPLE OF DUE DILIGENCE YET TO COME? by Lorna McGregor.
IS THE REAL PROMISE OF THE PRINCIPLE OF DUE DILIGENCE YET TO COME? by Lorna McGregor.
IS THE REAL PROMISE OF THE PRINCIPLE OF DUE DILIGENCE YET TO COME? by Lorna McGregor.
IS THE REAL PROMISE OF THE PRINCIPLE OF DUE DILIGENCE YET TO COME? by Lorna McGregor.
Individual Petitions to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: The Problem of Article 1 by James Summers.
Humanitarian Intervention after Syria by Arman Sarvarian.
RE-THINKING STATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR COMPLICITY IN VIOLATIONS BY NON-STATE ACTORS: ASSISTING ARMED GROUPS IN SYRIA by Tatyana Eatwell.
Anonymity, Force and the Future of Jus ad Bellum by Marie Aronsson.
Espionage and International Law: The Primacy of Context during Human Rights Crises by Naomi Hart.

Papers

INTERPRETATION, AUTHORITY AND THE INTERNATIONAL JUDGE by Gleider I Hernández.
Humanitarian Intervention after Syria by Arman Sarvarian.
'Law-Applying Institutions' in International Law: The Problematic Concept of the International Legal Official by Richard Collins.

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