LJIL Symposium: The Debate Continues at ASIL on March 30, 2012!
We hope you enjoyed this first Opinio Juris/LJIL Online Symposium. For those who want to prolong these debates in real life, while waiting for the next online symposium, the Leiden Journal of International Law (LJIL) will celebrate its 25th anniversary on 30 March 2012 during the American Society of International Law’s Annual Meeting. The journal will host a casual roundtable discussion featuring two articles in its latest and forthcoming issues, followed by Q&A and a cocktail reception.
Here’s the programme:
- Introduction by LJIL editors-in-chief, Leiden Law Professor Larissa van den Herik and Amsterdam Law Professor Jean d’Aspremont
- Presentation of The End of ‘Modes of Liability’ for International Crimes by University of British Columbia Law Professor James G. Stewart
Discussant: University of Georgia Law Professor Diane Marie Amann
- Presentation of Shades of Grey – Soft Law and the Validity of Public International Law, forthcoming in the next issue of LJIL, by McGill Law Professor Jaye Ellis
Discussant: University of Tartu, Estonia, Law Professor Lauri Mälksoo
- Q&A and discussion
- Cocktail reception
You are therefore warmly invited to join LJIL’s birthday party, which will take place at the Park Hyatt Washington, 1201 24th Street NW – across from the ASIL venue – from 6:15 p.m. till 8 p.m.