Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Hague Academy of International Law 2016 Summer Program

The course of study for the Hague Academy of International Law's 2016 Summer Program is now available. Registration is open. Here are the courses:

Public International Law

  • Franklin Berman, Inaugural Lecture: Why Do We Need a Law of Treaties?
  • Mohamed Bennouna (Judge, International Court of Justice), General Course: International Law - Between Letter and Spirit
  • Jean-Yves de Cara (Université Paris Descartes), International Organizations and their Operational Actions for State Reconstruction
  • Pasquale De Sena (Catholic Univ. of Milan), Human Dignity and International law
  • Bing Bing Jia (Tsinghua Univ.), International Case Law in the Development of International Law
  • Fernando Mariño Menendez (Carlos III Univ.), The Prohibition of Torture in Contemporary International Law
  • Sean D. Murphy (George Washington Univ.), International Law Relating to Islands
  • André Nollkaemper (Univ. of Amsterdam), Shared Responsibility in International Law

Private International Law

  • Erik Jayme (Univ. of Heidelberg), Inaugural Lecture: Languages and Private International Law
  • Symeon C. Symeonides (Willamette Univ.), General Course: Private International Law: Aspirations and Realities
  • Lotfi Chedly (Faculty of Legal, Political and Social Sciences, Tunis), The Effectiveness of International Commercial Arbitration
  • Lauro da Gama e Souza Jr. (Pontifical Catholic Univ. of Rio de Janeiro), The UNIDROIT Principles and the Law Governing International Trade Contracts
  • Michael Hellner (Stockholm Univ.), Private International Law Issues concerning Surrogacy Arrangements
  • Sergio Marchisio (Sapienza – Università di Roma), The Legal Regime of International Space Activities: Between Public and Private Law
  • Cyril Nourissat (Jean Moulin Univ. – Lyon 3), Restrictive Practices in Private International Law
  • Marta Pertegás Sender (Hague Conference on Private International Law), Foreign Civil and Commercial Judgements: From Reciprocity to a Multilateral Scheme?
  • Karsten Thorn (Bucerius Law School), The Protection of Small and Medium Enterprises in Private International Law