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2017 Annual Meeting Videos

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Gabriela Femenia

Videos from the 111th ASIL Annual Meeting are now available to view on the ASIL website

Sessions covered include:

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International Law and the Trump Administration: Global Engagement on Environmental Law

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Gabriela Femenia

Moderator: Paul Joffe (World Resources Institute)

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Valuing Women in International Adjudication

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Isabel San Martin

 

Moderator: Susan Franck (American University Washington College of Law)

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Friday Keynote: Seen and not Heard

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Amy Porges

Sandie Okoro concluded the Annual Meeting program for Friday, April 14 with her stirring keynote address, “Seen and Not Heard”.  This report summarizes the keynote which is now

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Making Space for Private Space Actors

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Soňa Ondrášiková

This panel brought together excellent experts of various professional backgrounds who shed some light on the most pressing issues in the field of space law.

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Adjudicating International Environmental Disputes: Lessons from Recent Jurisprudence

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Soňa Ondrášiková

This panel brought together jurists with an impressive level of expertise, who discussed the recent development of case-law in the field of international environmental law.

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The Emerging Law of Energy Transition

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Ahmad Shah Katawazai

On Friday, April 14, 2017, in an interesting panel on the Emerging Law of Energy Transition moderated by Hari Osofsky and Jacqueline Peel, participants Elliot Diringer, Deepa Badrinarayana and Myle

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The Bases for Jurisdiction in Private International Disputes

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Ahmad Shah Katawazai

On Friday, April 14, an engaging panel discussed and elaborated the bases for jurisdiction in private international disputes.

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Should the ICC Privilege Global or Local Justice Goals?

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Ahmad Shah Katawazai

The panel of speakers included Professor Margaret M. deGuzman, who is a professor of criminal law, international criminal law, and transitional justice at Temple University School of Law.

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Are WTO and Investor-State Adjudicators Sufficiently Independent to Strike the Right Balance Between Economic and Non-economic Interests?

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Isabel San Martin

Speakers: Valerie Hughes (Queens University), Luke Sobota (Three Crowns LLP), Ricardo Ramirez Hernandez (WTO Appellate Body) and Andrea Bjorklund (McGill University)