Friday, October 28, 2011

ASIL International Organizations Interest Group Works-in-Progress Workshop (Reminder)

Today, the American Society of International Law's International Organizations Interest Group will host its annual works-in-progress workshop at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Here's the final program:


Works‐in‐Progress Workshop

Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

Tufts University

Medford, MA

October 28, 2011


Jacob Katz Cogan, Co‐Chair, ASIL International Organizations Interest Group, Univ. of Cincinnati College of Law

Ian Johnstone, Professor of International Law, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

Session 1: “The World Bank, the IMF, and Transparency in the 21st Century”

Author: David Gartner (Arizona State Univ. – Law)

Commentator: Ian Johnstone (Tufts Univ. – Fletcher School)

Session 2: “On Chapter VII 1/2 of the UN Charter”

Author: Antonia Chayes (Tufts Univ. – Fletcher School)

Commentator: David Gartner (Arizona State Univ. – Law)

Session 3: “Losing Its Grip? Congress and the World Bank”

Author: Kristina Daugirdas (Univ. of Michigan – Law)

Commentator: Jacob Katz Cogan (Univ. of Cincinnati – Law)

Session 4: “The High Seas Fisheries: A Case Study in Scarcity and Redistribution in International Law”

Author: Kristen Boon (Seton Hall Univ. – Law)

Commentator: Kristina Daugirdas (Univ. of Michigan – Law)

Session 5: “Manipulated Commitments: The International Criminal Court in Uganda”

Author: Kenneth Rodman (Colby College – Government)

Commentator: Shahram Dana (The John Marshall Law School)

Session 6: “United Nations Constitutional Assistance [UNCA]: New Additions to the ‘Standard of Civilization’?”

Author: Vijayashri Sripati (Postdoctoral fellow, Univ. of Toronto – Political Science and Adjunct Professor, Osgoode Hall)

Commentator: Louis Aucoin (Tufts Univ. – Fletcher School)