University of Nottingham International Law Association Regional Seminar Series. The University of Nottingham School of Law is pleased to announce the autumn term schedule for the 2016-2017 International Law Association Regional Seminar Series. The schedule of can be found here and runs from Wednesday 5 October to Wednesday 23 November. The first seminar is entitled General Principles of International Law for the 21st Century and will be given by Catherine Redgwell (All Souls College, University of Oxford).
States and Migrations in International Law Event. Next week the first Debate of the Global Network of Societies for International Law will take place and deal with States and Migrations in International Law. Three experts will explain their position and the various positions and debates within their State or region: Vincent Chetail (Switzerland), T. Alexander Aleinikoff (United States of America) and Linda Kirk (Australia). The Debate will last 30 minutes and will be broadcast here from 28 September at 3pm Paris / 9am New York / 11.30pm Melbourne.
Chatham House Meeting. The International Law Programme at Chatham House will be hosting a meeting on ‘Aiding and Assisting: Challenges in Armed Conflict and Counterterrorism’ on 6 Dec 2016 at Chatham House. For further details and to enquire about registering see here.
Graduate Institute International Law Literature Forum. The International Law Literature Forum at the Geneva Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in the autumn of 2016 will feature the following papers: Jutta Brunnée, University of Toronto: “International Law and the Practice of Legality: Stability and Change” (22 September); Ralph Wilde, University College London: “Dilemmas in Promoting Global Economic Justice through Human Rights Law” (19 October); Mamadou Hébié, Leiden University: “Government Lawyering in International Law and International Relations” (17 November); and Andrew Lang, London School of Economics: “Sociological Approaches to International Legal Scholarship” (14 December). More information can be found here.