Tuesday, June 19, 2007

2007 Hague Academy Summer Courses

In less than two weeks, on July 2, The Hague Academy of International Law's 2007 summer program begins. The first three weeks are devoted to courses on private international law; the second three weeks to public international law. All courses, in principle, are published in the Recueil des Cours, Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law. Here are the courses:

Private International Law
  • Rt Hon Sir Lawrence Collins (Lord Justice of Appeal, and Fellow, Wolfson College, Cambridge), Opening lecture: Revolution and Restitution: Foreign States in National Courts
  • A. Giardina (La Sapienza University of Rome), General Course: Principles and Techniques of Private International Law and Recent Developments in Conflicts of Jurisdictions and International Arbitration
  • J.-Y. Carlier (Catholic University of Louvain), The Law of Asylum and Refugee: At the frontiers of Law
  • E. Gaillard (University of Paris XII), Philosophical Aspects of International Arbitration
  • F.J. Garcimartin Alférez (University of Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid), Cross-Border Listed Companies
  • A. Bonomi (University of Lausanne), International Sucessions: Conflicts of Laws and Jurisdictions
  • J.Gotanda (Villanova University School of Law), Damages in Private International Law
  • A.W. Junker (Harvard Law School), Conflict of Labour Law
  • Y.H. Liew (Partner, Yulchon, Republic of Korea), International Judicial Cooperation in Civil or Commercial Matters, with Special Reference to the Practices of Northeast Asian Countries
Public International Law
  • Alain Pellet (University of Paris X Nanterre), Opening lecture
  • W.M. Reisman (Yale Law School), General Course: International Law in the Twenty-First Century
  • G. Cataldi (University of Naples L'Orientale), The Application in the Municipal Order of International Judgements and Decisions
  • M. Pinto (Buenos Aires Faculty of Law), The Use of Force according to the Jurisprudence of International Tribunals
  • E. Lagrange (University of Rennes), Effectiveness in Domestic Law of International Norms Governing the Status of Individuals
  • Onuma Yasuaki (University of Tokyo), A Trans-Civilizational Perspective of International Law
  • V. Gowlland-Debbas (Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva), The Security Council and Issues of Responsibility under International Law
  • J. Kranz (Warsaw School of Economics), The Concept of Sovereignty in Contemporary International Law