From fragmentation to convergence

PILAGG invites you to the workshop

From Fragmentation to Convergence – 31 Jan / 1 Feb 2013

After two decades of fragmentation discourse, international courts and other bodies cross reference each other, and emphasise international law as a single, unified system of law one cannot break up into separate specialist fields. This applies to treaty interpretation, as the ICJ underlined recently in Diallo (Compensation). The same basic approach to the formation and identification of customary international law applies regardless of the field of law under consideration.

This bilingual seminar asks, What are the consequences for the principles of treaty interpretation and the formation of customary international law?

From Fragmentation to Convergence programme

PILAGG – Workshop Series Spring 2013

PILAGG Workshop Series – Spring Semester 2012/2013

PILAGG announces its new Workshop series for the Spring Semester 2012/2013 which will start in February at the Law School of the Paris Institute of Political Science (Sciences Po).

Speakers and subjects for the Spring 2013 will be:

  • Workshop I: Fri 22nd February, 12:30pm – 2:30pm

PIL and legal theory: A renewal?

Benoît FRYDMAN (Brussels)

Horatia MUIR WATT (SPLS)

 

  • Workshop II: Fri 22nd March, 12:30pm – 2:30pm

Global Commons

 Makane MBENGUE (Geneva)

Stefano RODOTÀ (Rome)

Bram VAN DER EEM (Amsterdam)

 

  • Workshop III: Fri 19th April, 12:30pm – 2:30pm

Migrations

Anu BRADFORD (New York)

Charles GOSME (SPLS)

Karine PARROT (Paris)

Veerle VAN DEN EECKHOUT (Leiden)

 

 

  • Colloque d’arbitrage de Sciences Po: le lundi 27 mai

L’arbitrage international et le droit de l’Union européenne : un dialogue constructif ou une collision inévitable ? 

George A. BERMANN (New York)

Emmanuel GAILLARD (SPLS)

Catherine KESSEDJIAN (Paris)

Diego P. FERNÁNDEZ ARROYO (SPLS)

Amphi Leroy-Beaulieu, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, Paris 7e – 17:00 – 19:00

 

  • PILAGG Final Meeting: Fri 31st May (programme forthcoming)