Sadie Blanchard

About/Bio

Sadie is a Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law. In 2012-2013 she was Law Clerk to Judge Charles N. Brower of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, assisting with ICSID and ad hoc investor-State arbitrations. Previously she practiced international arbitration at King & Spalding in Paris. Sadie holds a J.D. from Yale Law School and is a member of the New York bar.

Recently Published

Announcements: Legal Theory Workshop for Junior Scholars (Tel Aviv); Chagos Litigation Conference (Greenwich); Summer Academy of Int’l Oceans Law & Policy (Xiamen & Shanghai)

1.  Call for Papers – The 3rd TAU Workshop for Junior Scholars in Law: Theory Coming to Life, Tel-Aviv, 26-27 October 2015. Through law, theory comes into our daily lives in many ways. The workshop will explore the connection between theory and life: how different theories are applied through legal doctrines, how theory comes to life through its…

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Announcements: Call for Papers and Panels, ICON-S Conference (NY); BIICL Seminar on Interpretation in International Law; ILA British Branch (Spring Conference); Doctoral Grants (Brussels); New Additions to UN AV Library; CfP on Ecology of Governance (NY); CfP Irish Journal of European Law

1)  ICON-S 2015 Conference in New York City, July 1-3, 2015—Call for Papers & Panels—Public Law in an Uncertain World. I-CONnect is pleased to announce the Call for Papers & Panels below for the 2015 Conference of ICON-S: the International Society of Public Law. ICON-S, a new international learned society now entering its second year, is guided by a Pro Term Executive…

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Announcements: Event on Corporate Responsibility for Int’l Crimes (London); Conference on Urgency and Human Rights (Nijmegen, NL); CfP on Int’l Disaster Law in Asia-Pacific (Sydney)

1.  The International Law Programme at Chatham House and Doughty Street are hosting an event on 19 May 2015  – ‘Corporate Responsibility for International Crimes?’. The meeting will discuss the question of whether corporations can be held accountable for international crimes. The speakers will address the advantages to, and obstacles in the way of, prosecuting corporations for their…

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