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‘International Law Today: The Views from the Lecture Room and the Court Room’ – 6 March 2013
Professor Malcolm Shaw lecture, Fielding Johnson Building L66
Located in Academic Departments / / CELI Research Themes / International Law
‘Of outrage and misunderstanding: Ireland v United Kingdom – governmental perspectives on an inter-state application under the European Convention on Human Rights’ – 22 May 2013
Located in Academic Departments / / CELI Research Themes / International Law
‘The African Union and the International Criminal Court: Conflict or Cooperation?’, 29 January 2014
Dr Eki Omorogbe, Leicester Law School Wednesday, 29 January 2014, 3.30-5pm (JGR/FJ164)
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‘The UK and Ireland after Brexit’, 12 May 2017
This BREXIT FORUM will discuss the impact of Brexit on Ireland, and on UK-Ireland relations from a legal and political perspective.
Located in Academic Departments / / Research / Centre for European Law and Internationalisation
UoL Event ‘The worst-kept secret in the world: TTIP, ISDS, and the quest for transparency and democracy in the regulation of foreign investment’and democracy in the regulation of foreign investment'
Paolo Vargiu (University of Leicester), Ira Ryk-Lakhman (UCL)
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‘Women and Children: The Protection of Civilians and Robust Peacekeeping’, 12 February 2014
Dr Gina Heathcote (SOAS), Wednesday, 12 February 2014, 3–5 pm (Jan Gredecki Room/FJ164)
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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.
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Book launch: How could the rule of law at the UN Security Council improve international peace and security?
This book explains the necessity of a rule of law framework for the Security Council before analysing existing literature and UN documents on the domestic and international rule of law in search of concepts suitable for transposition to the arena of the Security Council.
Located in Academic Departments / / Research / Centre for European Law and Internationalisation
BREXIT and the Labour Market: Implications for Skills (Shortages) and Employment Law, 24 March 2017
Dr. Rachel Marangozov, Mr Chris Moses and Ms Andrea Broughton (Institute for Employment Sudies) will be discussing the consequences of Brexit on the labour market.
Located in Academic Departments / / Research / Centre for European Law and Internationalisation
Brexit and the UK Parliament: scrutiny and influence
Joint event organised by the European law and policy research cluster and the politics department on the role of the UK Parliament on the Brexit process.
Located in Academic Departments / / Research / Centre for European Law and Internationalisation

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