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