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International Law Research Cluster Programme 2018-2019
The International Law Research cluster invites all staff and students to attend this academic year's events.
Located in Academic Departments / / Research / International Law
Expert Study Group on African International Criminal Justice
Dr Eki Omorogbe joins group tracking developments in International Criminal Justice in Africa
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Crimes of the British Empire in Iraq and why no one gets prosecuted
Public seminar led by Clive Baldwin (Senior Advisor, Human Rights Watch), which will look into the international responsibility of Britain for the Bolton Massacre, the genocide in Tanzania, the massacre, Churchill and bombing of civilians in Iraq and Pakistan, and the recent crimes in Iraq. This event will be followed by a career talk about opportunities in human rights and international law.
Located in Academic Departments / / Research / Centre for European Law and Internationalisation
Call for abstracts: the neglected methodologies of international law
We invite proposals of early career researchers for papers at a workshop on ‘The Neglected Methodologies of International Law – Empirical, Socio-Legal and Comparative’.
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As international law goes, the EU is a model of accountability and democracy
Professor Katja Ziegler's opinion on why the UK should stay in the EU from the perspective of international law.
Located in Academic Departments / / Centre for European Law and Internationalisation / CELI news items
The Miller Case: Brexit and the Constitution, 7 December 2016
An event organised by CELI to discuss the constitutional implications of the High Court's ruling on Brexit.
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The Accountability of MPs for the Decision to Use Armed Force Outside the UK, 23 March 2017
Professor Peter Rowe (Lancaster University) will examine the possibility of holding Members of Parliament accountable for the decision to use military force abroad.
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Leicester Law Lecturer Featured on President of the European Society of International Law's List of Five Most Influential Books read in 2016
Rossana Deplano's, The Strategic Use of International Law by the United Nations Security Council – An Empirical Study featured on the list of the five most influential books selected by Professor André Nollkaemper (President of the European Society of International Law).
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Miller at the Supreme Court, 23 February 2017
Professor Elizabeth Wicks will lead a discussion on the constitutional implications of the Supreme Court judgment in the case of Miller v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union.
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What to do in situations of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes?
Improving international action to protect populations at risk.
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