Blogs Archive

E.g., 02/2018

E.g., 02/2018

April 03, 2016

Moderated by Martin Scheinin, Professor of International Law and Human Rights at the European University Institute, the panel of “promising new voices” addressed various areas of...

April 03, 2016

Moderating the discussion, Professor Katja Ziegler highlighted that the panel sought to underscore courts’ growing influence in military deployments across the globe.  Panelists...

April 03, 2016
Tafadzwa Pasipanodya, Foley Hoag LLP, adeptly moderated a discussion on Africa’s “blue economy.” Co-sponsored by the International Economic Law and International Environmental...
April 03, 2016

Donald Francis Donovan of Debevoise & Plimpton’s International Disputes Group moderated the panel, which addressed various approaches to implementing reparations for states’...

April 02, 2016

Professor Tara Melish, SUNY Buffalo Law School, introduced the human rights cities movement as giving local definition and embodiment to human rights. Examples of human rights...

April 02, 2016

Dr Margot Salomon, LSE, chaired and introduced the panel, highlighting that the application of standards of justice to the topic of foreign debt is overdue. Issues of sovereign...

April 02, 2016
Professor Ashley Deeks, University of Virginia School of Law, opened this terrific panel by exploring the assumption that international law has little to do with intelligence...
April 02, 2016

This just in from the ASIL Staff:

Owing to newly scheduled government debates in the Netherlands, Minister van der Steur is unable to give today's closing plenary address.  The Society is...