Speaking at OSISA in Johannesburg
I am currently in Durban, South Africa, co-teaching a fantastic ICL course with my friend (and War and Law blogger) Chris Gevers at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Durban is a very nice city, with amazing coffee — high praise from someone who lives in Melbourne. I will be spending three days in Cape Town next week, then two days in Johannesburg. On June 13, I’ll be giving a lunchtime lecture at the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa on Libya’s failed complementarity challenge; any Opinio Juris readers in Johannesburg/Pretoria are warmly invited to attend. RSVP is required; you can find information about the lecture here.
If you come to the event because of this post, please come say hello. There will be a light lunch provided after the lecture.