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PluriCourts workshop on ‘The political and legal theory of international courts and tribunals’, Oslo, June 18-19, 2018

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PluriCourts invites to a workshop on The political and legal theory of international courts and tribunals, to take place in Oslo on June 18-19, 2018.

We welcome papers that address one or more such International Courts (ICs), on such themes as:

  • The appropriate legitimacy standards for ICs from the perspectives of history of ideas and/or contemporary legal and political theory, such as human rights, transparency, or rule of law;
  • Their multilevel separation of authority, and its impact on adjudication;
  • Norm-indeterminacy and international adjudication;
  • Specialization and fragmentation in ICs;
  • ICs and the international rule of law;
  • Independence and accountability of ICs;
  • Other related topics.

Deadline for submitting expressions of interest, with abstract, November 1.

Some travel grants are available.

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