Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Hague Academy of International Law 2010 Summer Program

The course of study for the Hague Academy of International Law's 2010 Summer Program is now available. Registration begins November 1, 2009. Here are the courses:

Private International Law (July 5-23, 2010)
  • Michael Bogdan (Lund Univ.), General Course: Private International Law as a Component of the Law of the Forum
  • Roberto Baratta (Univ. of Macerata), The International Recognition of Personal and Family Legal Situations
  • Abdoullah Cissé (Univ. of Saint-Louis), Evolving Private International Law in Francophone Black Africa (Interpersonal Conflicts and Interprofessional Conflicts)
  • Noemi Downes (Univ. of La Laguna), Foreign Second Homes and Timesharing: Lessons For Private International Law
  • Nadia De Araújo (Pontifical Catholic Univ. of Rio de Janeiro), International Contracts and Party Autonomy
  • Jeffrey Talpis (Univ. of Montreal), The Transmission of Property at Death other than by Succession in Private International Law
  • Johan Erauw (Ghent Univ.), Substitution and Principle of Equivalence in Private International Law
  • Léna Gannagé (Univ. Panthéon-Assas (Paris II)), The Methods of Private International Law put to the Test of Conflicts of Cultures

Public International Law (July 26-August 13, 2010)

  • Luigi Condorelli (Univ. of Florence), General Course: Teaching International Law: An Attempt at Inductive Narration
  • William J. Davey (Univ. of Illinois), The Non-Discrimination Rules of the World Trade Organization
  • Guiguo Wang (City University of Hong Kong), Radiating Impact of WTO on Its Members’ Legal System: The Chinese Perspective
  • Hilary Charlesworth (Australian National Univ.), Democracy and Justice in Post-conflict Societies: The International Law Framework
  • Jiri Malenovsky (Court of Justice of the European Communities), The Independence of International Judges
  • Jean-Michel Arrighi (Organization of American States), The Organization of American States and International Law
  • Rudolf Dolzer (Univ. of Bonn), Evolving International Framework for Oil and Gas Investments