Saturday, October 13, 2012

Hague Academy of International Law 2013 Summer Program

The course of study for the Hague Academy of International Law's 2013 Summer Program is now available. Registration begins November 1, 2012. Here are the courses:

Public International Law

  • Lucius Caflisch (Member, International Law Commission), Inaugural Lecture: National Boundaries, Limits and Delimitations: How Significant are these Today?
  • James Crawford (Univ. of Cambridge), General Course: The Course of International Law. Practice and Process of the Law of Nations
  • Eyal Benvenisti (Tel Aviv Univ.), The International Law of Global Governance
  • Jean-Marc Sorel (Université Paris 1), What Normativity for the Law of International Monetary and Financial Relations?
  • Robert Kolb (Univ. of Geneva), Article 103 of the United Nations Charter
  • Anna Wyrozumska (Univ. of Lodz), The Role of Domestic Judges in the Development of International Law
  • Bruno Nascimbene (Univ. of Milan), The Law of Nationality and the Law of Regional Organisations for Integration: Towards New Types of Status for Residents?
  • Ki Gab Park (Korea Univ.), The Protection of Individuals in the Event of Catastrophes

Private International Law

  • Herberk Kronke (Heidelberg Univ.), Inaugural Lecture: Transnational Commercial Law and Conflict of Laws: Institutional Co-operation and Substantive Complementarity
  • Patrick Kinsch (Univ. of Luxemburg), General Course: The Role of Political Considerations in Private International Law
  • Hannah Buxbaum (Indiana Univ., Bloomington), Conflict among Enforcement Regimes in International Economic Law
  • Toshiyuki Kono (Kyushu Univ.), Efficiency in Private International Law
  • Jan Wouters (Univ. of Leuven), The Legal Status of Public and Private Standards in International Economic Relations
  • David John Hayton (Judge, Caribbean Court of Justice), “Trusts” in Private International Law
  • Étienne Pataut (Université Paris 1), Methods of Private International Law Put to the Test of Labour Law
  • Alexey Kostin (Moscow State Institute of International Relations), International Commercial Arbitration, a Comparative Approach with Special Focus on Russia
  • Fabrizio Marrella (Univ. of Venice), International Protection of Human Rights and Activities of Transnational Companies