The Hans & Tamar Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law and the Faculty of Law, McGill University, together with the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism, the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law and the Labour Law and Development Research Network are pleased to announce the first Dean Maxwell and Isle Cohen Doctoral Seminar in International Law to take place on Monday 28 June 2010, at the Faculty of Law of McGill University, in Montreal.
The Dean Maxwell and Isle Cohen Doctoral Seminar in International Law offers twelve doctoral and post-doctoral researchers with a keen interest in international law, the opportunity to present and discuss their research ideas with fellow researchers and professors from the Faculty.
The aim of the first seminar is to advance the understanding of theoretical and practical dimensions of the interaction between international treaty law, international customary law and other international obligations with the domestic legal order, with due regard to the constitutional setting in federal and unitary states.
"Doctoral seminar a recipe for friendly debate", coverage by Victoria Leenders-Cheng and Lysanne Larose, inFocus online.
The papers and bios
You can read the bios by clicking on the names, and the papers by clicking on the titles .
J. Etienne: “Implementing International Law through and according to European Law - The Effect of Disconnection and Substitution” (not available).
G. Hudson: “Indigenous Residential Schools and the International Crime of Genocide” (not available).
R. de Caria: “The Fork in the Road After Strasbourg: Effective Remedy or Moral Victory? A Provocative Interpretation of the Duty to ‘Abide by the Final Judgment’ of the European Court of Human Rights, from the Italian Perspective”.