Events and Announcements: 12 June 2021

Events and Announcements: 12 June 2021


Careers Panel for Aspiring International Lawyers: The Co-Editors of the Irish Yearbook of International Law are delighted to host a Zoom careers seminar on international law careers on 23 June 2021, 14:00, Dublin time. The event is aimed at law students in Ireland but will also cover topics of interest to an international audience including LLMs and internships. Our panellists have worked both in Ireland and abroad in a wide range of international law settings such as in academia, government, NGOs, international organisations, and the Bar; and with expertise including Refugee Law, Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law, and general Public International Law. They will share their experiences of building a career in International Law and will also answer questions from aspiring international lawyers. For more information and to register, please see here.

European Court of Human Rights’ Webinar on ‘Police Power and National Emergency’: The Criminal Law Group of the European Court of Human Rights, in cooperation with the University of Bologna, Liverpool John Moores University, Zagreb Law Faculty and ‘Beyond Detention’ Interest Group is convening a series of webinars on the broader theme of ‘Punishment, Detention, Crisis: Academic Judicial Dialogues’. The fourth and last instalment of the series is scheduled for Thursday, 24 June 2021 at 3 pm London time (4 pm CET or 10 am EST). The Webinar is chaired by the ECtHR Judge Darian Pavli, and features Julie Alix (Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Lille) and Latif Huseynov (ECtHR Judge; former President of the CPT) as speakers, and Manfred Nowak (Director of the Vienna M.A. in Human Rights; former UN Special Rapporteur on Torture) as discussant. The full programme of the event and registration are available on the Event page. The webinar series is directed by Ksenija Turković and organised by Paolo Lobba (ECtHR/Bologna University) and Triestino Mariniello (Liverpool John Moores University).  

Legal (Un)Certainty of Occupation: Crimea and Donbas: On 9 – 11 June 2021, Global Rights Compliance (GRC) will host an international legal conference. The conference “Legal (Un)Certainty of Occupation: Crimea and Donbas” will bring together leading scholars and practitioners of international human rights and humanitarian laws to obtain considered, expert legal commentary of relevance to the situations in Crimea and Donbas. It is expected to deepen the understanding of the complex issues of international law, in particular, the law of occupation, with a special focus on occupation by proxy, division of responsibilities between an occupying power and an ousted sovereign, and avenues for effective redress in the case of violations of law in this context. To participate, register here. For more information, please go here.

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