Activités PILAGG dans la Semaine doctorale intensive de Sciences Po / Paris X (27 au 31 mai)

Lundi 27 mai 2013, 17h00-19h00

Amphithéâtres A. Leroy-Beaulieu – A. Sorel

27, rue Saint Guillaume, 75007 Paris

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

Le sujet sera présenté par George A. Bermann (voir document de base pour la discussion: Arb Int 28-3 2012-G Bermann)

qui débattra avec

Emmanuel Gaillard
Catherine Kessedjian
Horatia Muir Watt
et
Diego P. Fernández Arroyo
Un cocktail sera offert par l’École de Droit à l’issue du colloque.
L’entrée est libre mais l’inscription est indispensable.
http://master.sciences-po.fr/droit/en/contenu/colloque-larbitrage-international-et-le-droit-de-lunion-europ-enne-un-dialogue-constructif-o

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Vendredi 31 mai 2013, 9h00-16h15

199 Boulevard Saint Germain, 75007 Paris

PILAGG Final Meeting 2013

Private Post-National Law Making and Enforcement

* Table I, 9:00 – 10:45 – Manufacturing private norms (Junior stream)

Caroline DEVAUX

Anna ASSEVA

Catherine TITI

Charles GOSME

 

* Table II, 11:00 – 12:45 - Around legitimacy and enforcement

Sergio PUIG (Stanford University)

Robert WAI (York University)

Diego P. FERNÁNDEZ ARROYO (SPLS)

 

* Table III, 2:30 – 4:00 – Revisiting party autonomy

Giuditta CORDERO MOSS (Universitetet i Oslo)

Gian Paolo ROMANO (Université de Genève)

 

* Concluding remarks, 4:00 – 4:15

Horatia MUIR WATT (SPLS)

 

PILAGG Launching Paper published on Transnational Legal Theory

Horatia MUIR WATT’s article “Private International Law Beyond the Schism”, already published on (2011) 2(3) Transnational Legal Theory 347–427

Despite the contemporary turn to law within the global governance debate, private international law remains remarkably silent before the increasingly unequal distrib tion of wealth and power in the world. By leaving such matters to its public international counterpart, it leaves largely untended the private causes of crisis and injustice affecting such areas as financial markets, levels of environmental pollution, the status of sovereign debt, the confiscation of natural resources, the use and misuse of development aid, the plight of migrating populations, and many more. This incapacity to rise to the private challenges of economic globalisation is all the more curious that public international law itself, on the tide of managerialism and fragmentation, is now increasingly confronted with conflicts articulated as collisions of jurisdiction and applicable law, among which private or hybrid authorities and regimes now occupy a significant place. The explanation seems to lie in the development, under the aegis of the liberal separation of law and politics and of the public and the private spheres, of an « epistemology of the closet », a refusal to see that to unleash powerful private interests in the name of individual autonomy and to allow them to accede to market authority was to construct the legal foundations of informal empire and establish gaping holes in global governance. It is now more than time to de-closet private international law and excavate the means with which, in its own right, it may impact on the balance of informal power in the global economy. Adopting a planetary perspective means reaching beyond the schism and connecting up with the politics of public international law, while contributing a specific savoir-faire acquired over many centuries in the recognition of alterity and the responsible management of pluralism.

HMW-PIL Beyond the Schism-TLT2011

PILAGG Final Meeting – Compte rendu, photos, David Kennedy’s paper

Le vendredi 11 mai PILAGG a célébré sa réunion finale du cours 2011/2012. Soixante-dix personnes ont participé des activités de toute la journée. Pendant le déjeuner avec David Kennedy, une cinquantaine de doctorants et professeurs participants à la semaine doctorale intensive organisée par SPLS et l’Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, nous ont rejoint. Le compte rendu de la réunion (en anglais) préparé par Kellen Trilha et Ivana Isailovic, peut être consulté ici : CR PILAGG Final Meeting

 

 

Alex Mills, Gilles Cuniberti, Horatia Muir Watt, Sabine Corneloup

 

 

See David Kennedy’s paper on: David Kennedy-Paper-PILAGG FM

David Kennedy, Horatia Muir Watt, Mikhaïl Xifaras

 

 

 

Antônio Cançado Trindade, Diego P. Fernández Arroyo

 

 

 

 

Hans van Loon, Diego P. Fernández Arroyo, Frédérique Mestre