Thursday, September 4, 2008

NYU Colloquium on Global Governance and Legal Theory

Here's the schedule for this fall's New York University School of Law Hauser Globalization Colloquium on Global Governance and Legal Theory:
  • September 10 - David Dyzenhaus (Univ. of Toronto), The Concept of (Global) Administrative Law
  • September 24- Eyal Benvenisti (Tel Aviv Univ. - Law) & George Downs (New York Univ.), Toward Global Checks and Balances
  • October 1 - Nico Krisch (LSE); and Euan MacDonald and Eran Shamir-Borer (New York Univ.), Global Constitutionalism and Global Administrative Law (two papers)
  • October 3 - Neil Walker (Univ. of Edinburgh), Beyond boundary disputes and basic grids: Mapping the global disorder of normative orders
  • October 8 - Meg Satterthwaite (New York Univ. - Law), Human Rights Indicators in Global Governance
  • October 15 - Janet Levit (Univ. of Tulsa - Law), Bottom-Up Law-Making Through a Pluralist Lens: The ICC Banking Commission and the Transnational Regulation of Letters of Credit
  • October 22 -Speaker TBC (Guest commentator: Prof Georges Abi-Saab, Geneva, former member of WTO Appellate Body)
  • October 29 - New York University Institute for International Law and Justice and New York University Journal of International Law and Politics joint conference on "The Routinization of Adjudication in Complex International Governance Regimes: Patterns, Possibilities, and Problems"
  • November 5 - Robert Keohane (Princeton Univ.) & Kal Raustiala (UCLA - Law), Toward a Post-Kyoto Climate Change Architecture: A Political Analysis
  • November 12 - Jeremy Waldron (New York Univ. - Law), Dual Positivization and the Jus Gentium
  • November 19 - Benedict Kingsbury (New York Univ. - Law), Global Administrative Law: Conceptual and Theoretical Problems