Monday, August 29, 2011

Hague Academy of International Law 2012 Summer Program

The course of study for the Hague Academy of International Law's 2012 Summer Program is now available. Registration begins November 1, 2011. Here are the courses:

Public International Law

  • Mahnoush H. Arsanjani (Formerly, Director, Codification Division, United Nations Office of Legal Affairs), Inaugural Conference: The United Nations and International Law-Making
  • Serge Sur (Univ. Panthéon-Assas), General Course: The Creativity of International Law
  • Loretta Ortiz Ahlf (Iberoamericano Univ.), Human Rights of Undocumented Migrants
  • Nassib G. Ziadé (Formerly, Deputy Secretary-General, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes), The Independence of Arbitral Bodies Established in the Framework of International Organizations
  • Yee Sienho (Wuhan Univ. Institute of International Law), Jus Cogens at the International Court of Justice
  • Abdulqawi Yusuf (Judge, International Court of Justice), The African Union and International Law
  • Christophe Swinarski (Formerly, Legal Counsel, ICRC), Effects on Individuals of Protection Systems under International Law
  • Masaharu Yanagihara (Kyushu Univ.), Significance of the History of the Law of Nations in Europe and East Asia

Private International Law

  • Didier Opertti Badán (Catholic Univ. of Montevideo), Inaugural Conference: Conflicts of Laws and Uniform Law In Contemporary Private International Law: Dilemma or Convergence?
  • Jürgen Basedow (Director, Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law), General Course: The Law of the Open Society
  • Nerina Boschiero (Univ. of Milan), The Private International Law Dimension of the Security Council's Economic Sanctions
  • Chen Weizuo (Tsinghua Univ.), The New Codification of Chinese Private International Law
  • Andrey Lisitsyn-Svetlanov (Institute of State and Law, Russian Academy of Sciences), Applying Foreign Public Law in Private International Law - A Comparative Approach
  • Christian Kohler (Honorary Director-General, Court of Justice of the European Union), Party Autonomy in Private International Law: A Universal Principle between Liberalism and Statism
  • Maria Blanca Noodt Taquela (Univ. of Buenos Aires), Applying the most Favourable Treaty or Domestic Rules to Facilitate Private International Law Co-operation
  • Mathias Audit (Univ. of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense), Bioethics in Private International Law
  • Richard H. Kreindler (Univ. of Münster), Compétence-Compétence in the Face of Illegality in Contracts and Arbitration Agreements