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TPP, Brexit, and After: The Uneasy Future of Deep Economic Agreements

Roundtable session at the ASIL annual meeting chaired by IILJ director Benedict Kingsbury>

NYU Law Salzburg Cutler Fellows 2017 in Washington D.C.

Salzburg Global Seminar / Lloyd N. Cutler Fellowship in International Law>

Martti Koskenniemi at NYU Law

Global Professor of Law for Spring 2017>

IILJ Colloquium 2017: “The International Law of Google”

Convened by Benedict Kingsbury and Joseph H.H. Weiler>

Is there a Future for Disarmament?

Special event featuring Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations>

WTO DG Roberto Azevêdo discussed future of global trade policy at NYU Law

Public conversation moderated by Rob Howse, organized by the MegaReg project>

Mega-Regionalism After TPP Workshop

Discussing US politics dimension of TPP, the implicit ambitions of the agreement, its future prospects, and other ordering projects in global economic governance and regulation>

Review of Benjamin Strauman’s Crisis and Constitutionaliusm

Review by David Dyzenhaus on The New Rambler>

Roundtable on African Continental Free Trade Agreement and Human Rights

Co-sponsored by the IILJ and the Africa Law Association with support by the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung>

Interview with Philippe Sands

Discussing his book "East West Street: On the Origins of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity" and his documentary film "My Nazi Legacy" with Joseph Weiler>

Brexit: Now What?

NYU Law Forum moderated by Rob Howse, with Grainne de Burca, Mervin King, Gillian Tett, and Joseph Weiler>

MegaReg Lunchtalk: China and the Megaregionals

Heng Wang in conversation with MegaReg Fellows Paul Mertenskötter and Thomas Streinz>

Joseph H.H. Weiler, Ryan Goodman back full-time at NYU

After a 4-year term as President of the European University Institute in Italy and one year at the US Department of Defense, respectively>

IILJ Scholar Nathan Yaffe wins 2016 Nappert Prize in International Arbitration

Nathan's article on "Transnational Arbitral Res Judicata" won First Prize and $4,000. Congratulations!>

MegaReg: TPP Workshop, NYU School of Law

Authors-only workshop to discuss draft papers in preparation for a book on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)>

I-CON-S Berlin

MegaReg panels on TPP and liberal economic ordering and on TTIP and third parties.>

TTIP Stakeholder Forum

Presentation on Third-Party Effects of Transatlantic Regulatory Coordination>

Conversation and Talk with Judge Patrick Lipton Robinson, International Court of Justice: “Judging States’ Use of Force: A Case Study”

Professor José E. Alvarez in conversation with Judge Robinson of the International Court of Justice>

MegaReg: Exploratory Workshop

Markets and the transformation of regulation under the new megaregional Agreements: impacts, governance and third party interests>

The Pre and Post UN Charter Order

The IILJ organized a conference in honor of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the UN in cooperation with the Office of Legal Affairs of the UN.>

Indicators and the Ecology of Governance

Event of the Indicators project at NYU School of Law on July 6-7, 2015>

Measurement and Data in the Governance of Illicit Activities

Conference at NYU Law in cooperation with the United Nations University>

Measurement and Data in the Governance of Illicit Activities

Conference to examine how power-knowledge dynamics within global institutional governance are being transformed by new practices and cultures of measurement, data, indicators, and other quantified information.>

The Cholera Epidemic in Haiti: Questions of UN Accountability and Prevention

Organized by the IILJ in cooperation with CHRGJ and the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH)>

Investment Law Forum: Investment, Trade, and Industrial Policy – Canada’s Story

Efraim Chalamish in conversation with Simon Kennedy, Canada's Deputy Minister of International Trade>

Technologies and Effects of Inter-Institutional Interaction

Exploring ideas on how particular structures and dynamics of interactions between institutions can make a difference in global governance>