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The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law is the scholarly home of International law at the University of Cambridge. The Centre, founded by Sir Elihu Lauterpacht QC in 1983, serves as a forum for the discussion and development of international law and is one of the specialist law centres of the Faculty of Law. The Centre holds weekly lectures on topical issues of international law by leading practitioners and academics. For more information see the LCIL website at http://www.lcil.cam.ac.uk/
 
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Professor Kedar will present his book Emptied Lands (co-authored with Amara and Yiftachel). Emptied Lands investigates the protracted legal, planning, and territorial conflict between the settler Israeli state and indigenous Bedouin citizens over traditional lands in southern Israel/Palestine. The authors place this dispute in historical, legal, ge…
 
Lecture summary: The lecture attempts to look at some important concepts and landmarks in international law and analyse how they have been impacted by developments in the field of women and children's rights. The sources of international law, sovereignty, state responsibility, human rights and the status of non state actors have all been transforme…
 
Lecture summary: Over the last two years the court has faced a series of unprecedented challenges. We have seen a run of acquittals, case collapses, and greater and lesser scandals involving judges and the Office of the Prosecutor. While the Court has been buoyed by a number of significant convictions of rebellion leaders, momentum for an inquiry i…
 
Lecture summary: While the Rohingya genocide is one of the worst incidents against minorities in recent times, ethno-nationalism and minority oppression in various forms and intensities are defining features of postcolonial states in general. Whereas most states, including Western liberal democracies, are not completely immune from ethno-nationalis…
 
Join us for a panel discussion on contemporary developments and future prospects in business and human rights litigation involving transnational corporations.The expert panellists will discuss recent developments in UK courts, including legal and policy implications of the Supreme Court’s decision in Vedanta Resources (which paved the way for Zambi…
 
Professor Daniel Bodansky will speak about ‘Law and Politics in the UN Climate Regime: A Preview of the Santiago Climate Conference.’ Followed by a Q&A. Is implementation of the Paris Agreement on track? What are the Agreement's prospects for success? The talk will review developments in the international climate change regime, including the recent…
 
Lecture Summary: If a state withdraws from a treaty in a manner that violates its own domestic law, will this withdrawal take effect in international law? The decisions to join and withdraw from treaties are both aspects of the state’s treaty-making capacity. However, while international law provides a role for domestic legal requirements in the in…
 
Lecture summary: For many years now Research & Scholarship have become the Alpha and Omega of academic life. Think of the Research Excellence Framework and the cascading effect it has had on the life of UK universities. Think of all other forms of rankings, institutional and individual, which try (miserably) to quantify quality of research, institu…
 
Tuesday, 30 April 2019 - 9.00amLocation: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Finley LibraryAll-day workshop: 09:00 - 17:00 hrsConveners: Eyal Benvenisti, Harold Hongju Koh, and Tomohiro Mikanagi In 2019 three major treaty withdrawals will reach important watersheds. Sometime in spring, the United Kingdom is scheduled to withdraw from the Euro…
 
Tuesday, 30 April 2019 - 9.00amLocation: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Finley LibraryAll-day workshop: 09:00 - 17:00 hrsConveners: Eyal Benvenisti, Harold Hongju Koh, and Tomohiro Mikanagi In 2019 three major treaty withdrawals will reach important watersheds. Sometime in spring, the United Kingdom is scheduled to withdraw from the Euro…
 
Tuesday, 30 April 2019 - 9.00amLocation: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Finley LibraryAll-day workshop: 09:00 - 17:00 hrsConveners: Eyal Benvenisti, Harold Hongju Koh, and Tomohiro Mikanagi In 2019 three major treaty withdrawals will reach important watersheds. Sometime in spring, the United Kingdom is scheduled to withdraw from the Euro…
 
Tuesday, 30 April 2019 - 9.00amLocation: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Finley LibraryAll-day workshop: 09:00 - 17:00 hrsConveners: Eyal Benvenisti, Harold Hongju Koh, and Tomohiro Mikanagi In 2019 three major treaty withdrawals will reach important watersheds. Sometime in spring, the United Kingdom is scheduled to withdraw from the Euro…
 
Tuesday, 30 April 2019 - 9.00amLocation: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Finley LibraryAll-day workshop: 09:00 - 17:00 hrsConveners: Eyal Benvenisti, Harold Hongju Koh, and Tomohiro Mikanagi In 2019 three major treaty withdrawals will reach important watersheds. Sometime in spring, the United Kingdom is scheduled to withdraw from the Euro…
 
Tuesday, 30 April 2019 - 9.00amLocation: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Finley LibraryAll-day workshop: 09:00 - 17:00 hrsConveners: Eyal Benvenisti, Harold Hongju Koh, and Tomohiro Mikanagi In 2019 three major treaty withdrawals will reach important watersheds. Sometime in spring, the United Kingdom is scheduled to withdraw from the Euro…
 
Tuesday, 30 April 2019 - 9.00amLocation: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Finley LibraryAll-day workshop: 09:00 - 17:00 hrsConveners: Eyal Benvenisti, Harold Hongju Koh, and Tomohiro Mikanagi In 2019 three major treaty withdrawals will reach important watersheds. Sometime in spring, the United Kingdom is scheduled to withdraw from the Euro…
 
Tuesday, 30 April 2019 - 9.00amLocation: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Finley LibraryAll-day workshop: 09:00 - 17:00 hrsConveners: Eyal Benvenisti, Harold Hongju Koh, and Tomohiro Mikanagi In 2019 three major treaty withdrawals will reach important watersheds. Sometime in spring, the United Kingdom is scheduled to withdraw from the Euro…
 
Tuesday, 30 April 2019 - 9.00amLocation: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Finley LibraryAll-day workshop: 09:00 - 17:00 hrsConveners: Eyal Benvenisti, Harold Hongju Koh, and Tomohiro Mikanagi In 2019 three major treaty withdrawals will reach important watersheds. Sometime in spring, the United Kingdom is scheduled to withdraw from the Euro…
 
Tuesday, 30 April 2019 - 9.00amLocation: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Finley LibraryAll-day workshop: 09:00 - 17:00 hrsConveners: Eyal Benvenisti, Harold Hongju Koh, and Tomohiro Mikanagi In 2019 three major treaty withdrawals will reach important watersheds. Sometime in spring, the United Kingdom is scheduled to withdraw from the Euro…
 
Tuesday, 30 April 2019 - 9.00amLocation: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Finley LibraryAll-day workshop: 09:00 - 17:00 hrsConveners: Eyal Benvenisti, Harold Hongju Koh, and Tomohiro Mikanagi In 2019 three major treaty withdrawals will reach important watersheds. Sometime in spring, the United Kingdom is scheduled to withdraw from the Euro…
 
Lecture summary: this lecture analyzes the tensions that arise, both domestically and internationally, when governments use the national security paradigm to regulate international economic relations.Professor Timothy Meyer is an expert in public international law, with specialties in international trade and investment law and international energy …
 
A series of three lectures by Professor Tom Ginsburg, Leo Spitz Professor of International Law, Ludwig and Hilde Wolf Research Scholar, Professor of Political Science, The University of Chicago Law School.All lectures are held at the Lauterpacht Centre at 6 pm on Tuesday 12 March, Wednesday 13 March and Thursday 14 March with a Q&A at 1 pm on Frida…
 
A series of three lectures by Professor Tom Ginsburg, Leo Spitz Professor of International Law, Ludwig and Hilde Wolf Research Scholar, Professor of Political Science, The University of Chicago Law School.All lectures are held at the Lauterpacht Centre at 6 pm on Tuesday 12 March, Wednesday 13 March and Thursday 14 March with a Q&A at 1 pm on Frida…
 
A series of three lectures by Professor Tom Ginsburg, Leo Spitz Professor of International Law, Ludwig and Hilde Wolf Research Scholar, Professor of Political Science, The University of Chicago Law School.All lectures are held at the Lauterpacht Centre at 6 pm on Tuesday 12 March, Wednesday 13 March and Thursday 14 March with a Q&A at 1 pm on Frida…
 
Lecture summary: The WTO Agreement on TBT (Technical Barriers to Trade) aims at taming NTBs (nontariff barriers), the main instrument segmenting markets nowadays. Some of the terms used in TBT to flesh out the commitments undertaken are borrowed from the GATT, and some originate in the modern regulatory reality as expressed through SDOs (standard-d…
 
Lecture summary: 2018 marks the seventieth anniversary of two momentous events in twentieth-century history: the birth of the State of Israel and the creation of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Both remain tied together in the ongoing debates about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, global antisemitism, and American foreign policy. Yet…
 
Lecture summary: What parts of their uncomfortable histories should universities remember, and how? Recent debates have erupted at institutions of higher learning over their ties to early benefactors who held views antithetical to the values that today’s leading schools espouse. These controversies stir public “memory work” through which learning c…
 
Lecture summary: The International Criminal Court is engaged in investigations in a number of situations of ongoing conflict. Recent scholarship and practice has paid attention to the question of whether the threat of prosecution at the international level contributes to the pursuit of domestic trials. Implicit in much of this work is an assumption…
 
Lecture summary: This talk reflects upon the evolution of territorial sovereignty in international law. Professor Shaw will trace the classic origin and formulation of this key concept and discuss the major challenges to it, from internal threats such as self-determination and secession to external challenges such as the rise of international human…
 
Dr Christine Schwöbel-Patel is Associate Professor at Warwick Law School, University of Warwick. She previously held positions at the University of Liverpool, Leiden University and Kings' College London. Christine researches and teaches in international law. Her research focuses on questions of conflict and humanitarianism, mass atrocities and inst…
 
Lecture summary: This essay refracts the ICC’s criminal conviction and reparations order in the Al Mahdi case into the much broader frame of increasingly heated public debates over the protection, removal, defacement, relocation, display, and destruction of cultural heritage in all forms: monuments, artefacts, language instruction, art, and literat…
 
Round table discussion: 'International Law in an Era of Nationalism'.Speakers: Prof John Dugard SC - Doughty Street Chambers; Sir Christopher Greenwood GBE CMG QC; Prof Catherine Barnard - University of Cambridge; Dr Lorand Bartels - University of Cambridge; Dr Sarah Nouwen - LCIL Co-Director.https://www.lcil.cam.ac.uk/press/events/2018/11/lcil-eve…
 
Contrasting how Malcolm X and Hannah Arendt approached the question of human rights, this lecture examines how violence is central and hierarchy is intrinsic to the political operations of humanity. It argues that talking about humanity requires a preparedness to examine the violent legacies of humanism, including its anti-colonial kinds.Dr Ayça Çu…
 
Lecture summary: The problem confronting the users of international law, whether academic or professional, is very often not whether a rule of customary law has come into existence (as has recently been handled with such success by the ILC), but rather, granted that a rule of customary law on a given subject does exist, how to establish what its sp…
 
Lecture summary: At various points throughout this work, Grotius makes reference to a category that he variously calls 'morals' (moralia), 'moral things' (res morales) or 'the matter of morals' (materia moralis). This field of entities is always invoked in conjunction with certain principles of reasoning that shape the scope and application of more…
 
Lecture summary: The role of civil society in drafting and the adoption of the Rome Statute for the International Criminal Court (ICC) is well known, as is the contribution of civil society to advocating for states to ratify the Statute and implement its provisions. However, despite the importance of these contributions, such opportunities do not c…
 
This talk will consider the changes which have taken place in recent years in attitudes towards questions of public international law and of foreign affairs when they arise in the context of domestic litigation.David Lloyd Jones, Lord Lloyd-Jones, became a Justice of The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom in October 2017.Lord Lloyd-Jones was born …
 
Lecture Summary: The lecture will consider the role of the conflict of laws before international courts and tribunals. Very rarely is the conflict of laws examined in the writings on public international law or is applied in the decisions of international courts and tribunals. And that is surprising given that disputes that become the subject of ad…
 
​In this talk, Anthea Roberts will introduce her new book Is International Law International? which was awarded the American Society of International Law's 2018 Book Prize for the preeminent contribution to creative scholarship. Anthea Roberts is Associate Professor in the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) at the Australian Nation…
 
Lecture summary: Recent literature on human rights has proposed to go beyond the dualism of essentialist versus historicist conceptions of human rights. It is argued that ‘the history of human rights’ has to be expanded as ‘to include a moral history of the century after the Enlightenment’ (Hoffmann). This lecture highlights as well the inquiry of …
 
Part 1: From Colonial Companies to Global CorporationsIn this lecture, I will introduce the problematic of the corporation in international law. The modern corporation is often understood to be a child of the state, a child which has grown too powerful to control. However, we need to go back further than the advent of the modern corporation in orde…
 
The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law held a Symposium on Friday, 13 October 2017 to celebrate the life and work of its founder, Sir Elihu Lauterpacht CBE QC LLD, Honorary Professor Emeritus of International Law at the University of Cambridge, Fellow of Trinity College, and founder and Honorary Fellow of the Lauterpacht Centre for Internatio…
 
In this lecture, which is based on his 2017 German Law Journal article, Matthew will argue for a reading of the work of Martti Koskenniemi—arguably the most significant international legal thinker of the post-Cold War era—as an exercise in (Lacanian) psychoanalysis. Excavating the links between Koskenniemi and French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan, an…
 
Lecture summary: A question that is often under-theorised, or perhaps more accurately, is taken for granted, is the systematicity of international law.The systemic nature of international law too often is simply presumed, and rests on a vision of international law as merely a body of rules.In this lecture, an alternative account of international la…
 
The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (LCIL), University of Cambridge hosts a regular Friday lunchtime lecture series on key areas of International Law. Previous subjects have included UN peacekeeping operations, the advisory jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice, the crime of aggression, whaling, children and military tribunals…
 
The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (LCIL), University of Cambridge hosts a regular Friday lunchtime lecture series on key areas of International Law. Previous subjects have included UN peacekeeping operations, the advisory jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice, the crime of aggression, whaling, children and military tribunals…
 
The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (LCIL), University of Cambridge hosts a regular Friday lunchtime lecture series on key areas of International Law. Previous subjects have included UN peacekeeping operations, the advisory jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice, the crime of aggression, whaling, children and military tribunals…
 
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