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Michelle Butler will be speaking at an event entitled War Crimes and their Prosecution at Chatham House on the 5th March. The event will discuss whether the International Criminal Court complementarity rules apply when a state puts restrictions on the prosecution of war crimes committed in particular circumstances or within a particular time period. Michelle […]
Professor Conor Gearty will act as the judge in a mock trial on Tuesday 10 March hosted by STICERD and the Department of Economics, in partnership with the Department of Law and School of Public Policy at LSE. The event, titled The People vs The Social Sciences, will explore what economists, political scientists, policy makers, […]
EVENT: Luis Gonzalez Garcia to speak at British Institute of International and Comparative Law event
Luis Gonzalez Garcia will speak at a BIICL event titled Corporate Restructuring: Managing Investment Risks through Treaty Protections on the evening of the 4th March. The event will present the first comprehensive empirical study on the permissibility of strategic corporate structuring and restructuring in investment treaty arbitration. The study examines all relevant publicly available decisions rendered […]
The Bonavero Institute of Human Rights will host Judge Róbert Spanó and Lord Sumption at Lincoln’s Inn tomorrow evening for the first annual Human Rights lecture. Judge Róbert Spanó is Vice President of the European Court of Human Rights and Lord Sumption is a recently retired judge of the UK Supreme Court and 2019 BBC […]
Start: 6.00pm Targeted at those who advise and/or work for universities or higher education providers, Matrix’s Higher Education Roundtable provides an update on recent case law. The event will be chaired by Claire Darwin and speakers will include Eleanor Mitchell, Paul Skinner and Kirsten Sjovoll. Topics will include: The recent report by the Equality and […]