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ICL as rhetoric? Exploring new research directions

23rd September 2015

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The Centre for International Governance and Justice (CIGJ), Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet) is pleased to announce a ‘Festival of International Law’ in October.

The three Festival of International Law events below look at new research directions in international criminal law.

Events related to the role of international law in the relationship between Israel and Palestine are also part of this Festival.

Robinson Masterclass

Associate Professor Darryl Robinson will deliver a masterclass entitled, ‘What is the underlying theory of crimes against humanity?’ at 3:00-5:00pm, Tuesday 13 October. Please visit the event website for more details.

Clarke Masterclass

Associate Professor M. Kamari Clarke will deliver a masterclass entitled ‘Studying how law travels in multi-sited transnational spaces’ at 3:00-5:00pm, Wednesday 14 October. Please visit the event website for more details.

Workshop

A two day workshop entitled ‘ICL as rhetoric? Exploring new research directions’ will include keynote presentations by Professors Kamari Clarke (Carleton), Darryl Robinson (Queens) and Gerry Simpson (Melbourne/LSE). The workshop will take place over Thursday and Friday, 15-16 October. Please visit the event website for more details.

These events are supported by an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship (FL 100100176).

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