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International Law Colloquia, Spring 2008 Series

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Spring 2008 Presenters:

February 8: Beth Simmons (Harvard University Weatherhead Center for International Affairs), Theories of Commitment

February 15: Nadia Bernaz (National University of Ireland at Galway), The Caribbean Court of Justice: One Court with Two Jurisdictions -- A Unique Judicial Institution?

February 29: Tonya L. Putnam (Columbia University Department of Political Science), Beyond Presumption?: Explaining Extraterritorial Variation over Civil Claims

March 17: Gregory Shaffer (Loyola University Chicago School of Law), A Structural Theory of WTO Dispute Settlement: Why Institutional Choice Lies at the Center of the GMO Case

March 21: Paul Schiff Berman (University of Connecticut School of Law), Global Legal Pluralism

March 28: Frédéric Mégret (University of McGill Faculty of Law), Civil Disobedience in Defense of International Law

April 4: David Caron (University of California, Berkeley, School of Law), Towards a Political Theory of International Courts and Tribunals

April 7: Ingrid Wuerth (Vanderbilt University School of Law), An Originalism for Foreign Affairs?

Simmons Abstract.pdf (25 kB)
Abstract of talk by Beth Simmons, "Theories of Commitment"

Bernaz Abstract.pdf (26 kB)
Abstract of talk by Nadia Bernaz, "The Caribbean Court of Justice: One Court with Two Jurisdictions--A Unique Judicial Institution?"

Putnam Abstract.pdf (27 kB)
Abstract of talk by Tonya Putnam, "Beyond Presumption? Explaining Extraterritorial Variation over Civil Claims"

Shaffer Abstract.pdf (29 kB)
Abstract of talk by Gregory Shaffer, "A Structural Theory of WTO Dispute Settlement: Why Institutional Choice Lies at the Center of the GMO Case"

Berman Abstract.pdf (27 kB)
Abstract of talk by Paul Schiff Berman, "Global Legal Pluralism"

Megret Abstract.pdf (24 kB)
Abstract of talk by Frederic Megret, "Civil Disobedience in Defense of International Law"

Caron Abstract.doc (24 kB)
Abstract of talk by David Caron, "Towards a Political Theory of International Courts and Tribunals"

Wuerth Abstract.pdf (25 kB)
Abstract of talk by Ingrid Wuerth, "An Originalism for Foreign Affairs?"

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