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LCIL International Law Seminar Series

Cambridge University

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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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International Law Behind the Headlines

American Society of International Law

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ASIL is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, educational membership organization founded in 1906 and chartered by Congress in 1950. ASIL holds Special Consultative Status to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and is a constituent society of the American Council of Learned Societies. The Society is headquartered at Tillar House in Washington, DC.
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International Law Talk

Wolters Kluwer, International Group

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During a series of podcasts we will bring you insightful analysis, commentary and discussion from thought leaders and experts on current topics in the field of International Arbitration, IP Law, International Tax Law, Competition Law and other international legal fields.
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Public International Law Part III

Oxford University

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Lectures on international law issues by eminent scholars, practitioners and judges of national and international courts. The lecture series is brought to you by the Public International Law Discussion Group, part of the Law Faculty of the University of Oxford, and is supported by the British Branch of the International Law Association and Oxford University Press. Further details of this series can be found on the Public International Law -https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/research-subject-groups/grad ...
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Think Global: Careers in International Law

Global Law Students Association

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The 'Think Global: Careers in International Law' Podcast series is brought to you by the Global Law Students Association. In this series we chat with international legal professionals to discuss their pathway to the legal profession, their current role and advice they have for law students interested in an international legal career.
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The Cambridge International Law Journal 8th Annual Cambridge International Law Conference on the topic 'New Technologies: New Challenges for Democracy and International Law' was held at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, on 20 and 21 March 2019. For more information about the conference, and the Journal, see http://cilj.co.uk/
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Littler International Employment Law Podcast

Littler International Employment Law

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Conversations for the multinational employer on issues impacting their global business. The purpose of Littler's podcasts is to provide helpful information for employers, addressing the latest developments in labor and employment relations. They are not a substitute for experienced legal counsel and do not provide legal advice or attempt to address the numerous factual issues that arise in any employment-related issue.
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The podcast follows the course European Company, Financial Markets, and Insolvency Law (Summer Term 2013). It covers the fundamentals of European Company, Financial Markets, and Insolvency Law in an international and comparative perspective. The primary focus of the course is on the existing legal framework. However, policy issues will also figure prominently. The European legal framework will be compared frequently to other jurisdictions. Within Europe, the focus will be on the UK, France, ...
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This podcast discusses the critical considerations when evaluating whether and how to terminate employees in Asia. Trent Sutton (U.S. qualified lawyer), Soowon Hong (Korean qualified lawyer) and Shiau Sang Tee (Hong Kong and Malaysia qualified lawyer), members of Littler’s APAC Regional Office based in Singapore, set out the general three approache…
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Lecture summary: A growing body of interdisciplinary scholarship explores overlaps and interactions among different normative and institutional branches of international law. This lecture contributes to this scholarship through a case study of relations among international organizations in the mid-1960s, when several emerging political fault lines …
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Lecture summary: In 2015, the United States military dropped a bomb on a hospital in Afghanistan run by Médecins Sans Frontières, killing forty-two staff and patients. Testifying afterwards before a Senate Committee, General John F. Campbell explained that “[t]he hospital was mistakenly struck.” In 2019, while providing air support to partner force…
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A month after this year’s International Women’s Day and as we approach the eighty-eighth session of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (the “CEDAW Committee”), we must ask: where do we collectively stand in light of the ongoing and new threats to the rights of girls and women around the world, and what comes next? Join…
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Lecture summary: This lecture examines the treatment of marine genetic resources (MGR) in the negotiations and the text of the new Treaty on Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ). The Treaty provides a coherent governance framework for MGR including an unexpected techno-fix to the most longstanding problem of biodiversity governance, som…
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Lecture summary: From European colonialism to the ‘post’colonial constellation, modern international law has developed in parallel with the changing legal forms of industrialised countries’ access to the natural resources of the global South. Following this development, we can see how imperial environmentalism was translated to the transnational la…
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In the first installment of a two-part series, Shayan Ahmed Khan is joined by Cécile Goubault—Larrecq and Madeleine Petersen Weiner, for an in-depth discussion on the Hague Academy of International Law's Diploma with a special focus on the Directed Studies and the Diploma exam. Both guests, recent awardees of the prestigious Diploma, share their va…
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The 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference (“COP28”) concluded on December 13, 2023—with almost 200 countries signing a landmark Stocktake agreement and wide agreement to transition away from fossil fuels. Many commentators have heralded COP28 as a success. Was it, and what comes next for meaningful climate action in the lead-up to COP29? Jo…
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The Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture is an annual three-part lecture series given in Cambridge to commemorate the unique contribution to the development of international law of Sir Hersch Lauterpacht. These lectures are given annually by a person of eminence in the field of international law. This year's lecture was given by Prof Beth Simmons, U…
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The Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture is an annual three-part lecture series given in Cambridge to commemorate the unique contribution to the development of international law of Sir Hersch Lauterpacht. These lectures are given annually by a person of eminence in the field of international law. This year's lecture was given by Prof Beth Simmons, U…
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The Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture is an annual three-part lecture series given in Cambridge to commemorate the unique contribution to the development of international law of Sir Hersch Lauterpacht. These lectures are given annually by a person of eminence in the field of international law. This year's lecture was given by Prof Beth Simmons, U…
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In this special episode of International Law Talk: Patricia Shaughnessy, Professor at Stockholm University and John Fellas, independent full-time arbitrator. The episode is a recurrence of John Fellas' speech ‘the future of arbitration: evolution or revolution?’, presented during the 20th Anniversary Conference of the International Commercial Arbit…
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Lecture summary: This research examines international law’s longstanding entanglement with communications infrastructure. There is increasing concern regarding the rise of private global power in the form of global digital platforms and their model of information capitalism. This paper responds by focusing on historical connections between internat…
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From new launches, private and public, into outer space to the growing challenge of “space debris,” space is a growing challenge for international lawyers. We discuss some of the current and emerging issues with Ina Popova, partner in the international dispute resolution group at Debevoise and Plimpton.…
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In Episode # 47, Shayan Ahmed Khan is joined by Lesley Benn, Asaf Lubin, Michael Peil and Steven Schneebaum to have an in-depth discussion about authoring a Jessup Moot Problem. Each guest shares their unique perspectives and experiences, from finding inspiration for moot problem topics to the intricacies of proposal evaluation and drafting support…
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This instalment of Jus Cogens is part of a series of conversations on the governance of data, Artificial Intelligence and the digital age. In this episode, Omer Akif speaks with Maria Khan, a Data Privacy Legal Manager at Securiti.ai, a company that produces AI software to help companies comply with global data privacy laws. Maria's work primarily …
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Just Security Editors in Chief Tess Bridgeman and Ryan Goodman join Kal to discuss some of the hardest legal questions raised by the current conflict in Israel and Gaza. Topics include civilian-combatant distinctions; human shields; the law of siege and occupation; and the targeting of hospitals and other special facilities.…
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In this latest episode, Kiran Nasir Gore, Associate Editor of Kluwer Arbitration Blog, interviews Dr Herfried Wöss, Partner of Wöss & Partners. Herfried acts as an international arbitrator and counsel. The podcast ‘Quantifying International Disputes’ centers on the issues that arise in the context of damages and valuation analyses in international …
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In this thought-provoking podcast, Vikram Chand, Professor of Law at the University of Lausanne and Brian Arnold, (co)author of International Tax Primer and Comparative Income Taxation, unravel the complexities surrounding Corporate Tax Incentives in the context of Pillar II, providing listeners with a comprehensive understanding of the evolving gl…
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Lecture summary: In this talk, Lucas Lixinski examines the erasure of Indigenous perspectives from the literature on the turn to history in international law. Considering the turn to history’s promise to offer alternative imaginations by recovering history, it is somewhat surprising and disappointing that so much of this turn is narrated from the p…
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Lecture summary: After the conclusion of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and the entry into force of its Article 108, the subject of maritime crimes has experienced many important developments. Indeed, at present, States have to deal with criminal actions which did not exist in the classical International Law of the Sea. Relevan…
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The LCIL and Cambridge International Law Journal (CILJ) are pleased to invite you to the LCIL-CILJ Annual LectureLecture summary: Recent pathbreaking trade agreements empower trade policymakers to target foreign companies in novel ways and to police corporate due diligence in global supply chains rather than seek to change foreign government behavi…
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Lecture summary: For better or for worse, the ‘English school’ or ‘British tradition’ of international law has eluded systematization or definition. The lecture pursues the argument that it is possible to identify clear synergies in the mainstream legal method of British international lawyers, focusing on British approaches to the doctrine of self-…
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This instalment of Jus Cogens is part of a series of conversations on the governance of data, Artificial Intelligence and the digital age. In this episode, Omer Akif speaks with Anokhy Desai about AI governance and the usage of model cards by organizations to bring transparency to their AI models and explain how they actually work. Sources: https:/…
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The launch of the Unified Patent Court (UPC) is a momentous occasion for patent enthusiasts across Europe. With anticipation building for years, this new system promises to revolutionize patent litigation and enforcement. Gertie Schouten, Journalist, interviews Johanna Flythström, Partner at Roschier. Gertie and Johann discuss the popularity of the…
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Alba Ribera Martínez, Deputy Editor of the Kluwer Competition Law Blog and Lecturer in Competition Law at Universidad Villanueva interviews Assimakis Komninos, Partner at White & Case LLP about the first actions of the European Commission on enforcing the Digital Markets Act (DMA), more particular: the designation decisions issued on 6 September 20…
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