International Law Colloquia, Spring 2009 Series
Spring 2009 Presenters:
January 23: Eleana A. Baylis (University of Pittsburgh School of Law), Bellwether Trials
January 30: Carlos M. Vázquez (Georgetown University Law Center), ’Not a Happy Precedent’: The Story of Ex Parte Quirin
February 6: Thomas H. Lee (Fordham Law School), The International Laws of War and the American Civil War
February 20: Monica Hakimi (University of Michigan Law School, A Theory of State Bystander Responsibility
February 27: David Zaring (University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business), Why Do Some Regulatory Networks Fail, While Others Succeed?”
March 20: Andrea K. Bjorklund (UC Davis School of Law), State Immunity and the Enforcement of Investor-State Arbitral Awards
April 3: Paul Stephan (University of Virginia School of Law), Privatizing International Law
April 6: Rachel Brewster (Harvard Law School), Unpacking the State’s Reputation
Baylis, Elena A.; Bjorklund, Andrea K.; Brewster, Rachel; Hakimi, Monica; Lee, Thomas H.; Stephan, Paul; Vazquez, Carlos M.; and Zaring, David, "International Law Colloquia, Spring 2009 Series" (2009). Colloquia. Paper 17.
Abstract of talk by Elena A. Baylis, "Bellwether Trials"
Vazquez Abstract.pdf (30 kB)
Abstract of talk by Carlos M. Vazquez, "'Not a Happy Precedent': The Story of Ex Parte Quirin"
Lee Abstract.pdf (27 kB)
Abstract of talk by Thomas H. Lee, "The International Law of War and the American Civil War"
Hakimi Abstract.pdf (26 kB)
Abstract of talk by Monica Hakimi, "A Theory of State Bystander Responsibility"
Zaring Abstract.pdf (31 kB)
Abstract of talk by David Zaring, "Why Do Some Regulatory Networks Fail, While Others Succeed?"
Bjorklund Abstract.pdf (30 kB)
Abstract of talk by Andrea K. Bjorklund, "State Immunity and the Enforcement of Investor-State Arbitral Awards"
Brewster Abstract.pdf (24 kB)
Abstract of talk by Rachel Brewster, "Unpacking the State's Reputation"
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