Kristina Alayan's blog

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WILIG Luncheon

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Amy Flick

The Prominent Woman in International Law Award is awarded annually by the Women in International Law Interest Group in recognition of a woman recipient’s contribution to the development o

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The Future of International Criminal Justice

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Jasmine Rayée

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Prevention and Guarantees of Non-Repetition: Taking Stock of Two Decades of Transitional Mechanisms around the World

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Tamara V. Lewis

The panel was organized by the Transitional Justice and Rule of Law Interest Group.  The moderators were Zinaida Miller (Seton Hall University School of Diplomacy) and Lisa Laplante (New England Sc

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The Right to a Fair Trial under International Law

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Tamara V. Lewis

This program was co-sponsored by International Courts and Tribunals Interest Group, Human Rights Interest Group, Transitional Justice and Rule of Law Interest Group, and the International Criminal

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New Voices: Jurisdictional Issues in International Law

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Orga Cadet

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The Inter-American Human Rights System: The Latest Jurisprudential Advances and Setbacks

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Charles Bjork

Thomas Antkowiak, a member of the faculty at Seattle University School of Law, served as the moderator.  Members of the panel included Bernard Duhaime, Professor o

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Does International Law Value the Digital Individual?

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Marylin J. Raisch

Moderator: Oonagh Fitzgerald, Centre for International Governance Innovation

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Duty, Disobedience, and the Law of Armed Conflict

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Rachel E. VanLandingham

Moderator: Gary Solis, Georgetown University Law Center

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Debate: Compulsory Jurisdiction in International Dispute Settlement: Beyond David versus Goliath?

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Sophie Schiettekatte and Jasmine Rayée

The conference room was packed for this debate on the value of compulsory jurisdiction in international dispute settlement.

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How Procedure Makes Substance in International Courts and Tribunals

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Jasmine Rayée & Sophie Schiettekatte

Hélène Ruiz-Fabri (Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European, and Regulatory Procedural Law), led Thursday’s discussion on the importance of procedure as a vehicl