ASIL International Organizations Interest Group Works-in-Progress Workshop
October 28, 2011
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts Univ
160 Packard Avenue
TIME:9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m
The International Organizations Interest Group of the American Society of International Law will hold a one-day works-in-progress workshop with support from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
Papers to be presented include:
Kristen Boon (Seton Hall Univ. – Law): “The High Seas Fisheries: A Case Study in Scarcity and Redistribution in International Law”
Antonia Chayes (Tufts Univ. – Fletcher School): “On Chapter VII 1/2 of the UN Charter”
Kristina Daugirdas (Univ. of Michigan – Law): “A Multilateral Substitute for Foreign Aid Legislation?”
David Gartner (ASU – Law): “The World Bank, the IMF, and Transparency in the 21st Century”
Kenneth Rodman (Colby College – Government):“Manipulated Commitments: The International Criminal Court in Uganda”
Vijayashri Sripati (Postdoctoral fellow, Univ. of Toronto – Political Science and Adjunct, Osgoode Hall): “United Nations Constitutional Assistance [UNCA]: New Additions to the ‘Standard of Civilization’?”----
ASIL Members may register for FREE.
Non-ASIL Members may register for $20.00.
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