José E. Alvarez Honored with Premier Manley O. Hudson Medal from ASIL

The Award will be given during the ASIL's 118th Annual Meeting in Washington, DC on April 4, 2024. Registration is open!>

Symposium on Infrastructuring International Law

Published open access in AJIL Unbound>

Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture on International Law Futures

Delivered by Professor Benedict Kingsbury. Recordings available!>

Launch of the Pauline Newman Program in Science, Technology, and International Law

Conference on Inter-Pandemic Vaccine Regulation: Justice and Global Equity>

International Law & Popular Culture Symposium #2

For the average (Western) person, October might be synonymous with Halloween, but for the IILJ, October has now become International Law and Pop Culture Month. As readers may remember, last year we hosted the first edition of this symposium, in collaboration with Opinio Juris, with great success...We were honestly blown away by the extremely positive reception and knew we had to do it again. >

More Than Human Rights: What Can We Learn from Trees, Animals, and Fungi?

Professor César Rodríguez-Garavito has published a piece on OpenGlobalRights about the "more than human rights" project. >

Institutional Modularity in Anti-corruption Enforcement

Professor Kevin Davis has published a piece for the online symposium Corrupting Democracy: Interrogating the Role of Law in the Fight against Corruption and its Impact on (Democratic) Politics hosted by Verfassungsblog. >

International Law & Popular Culture Symposium

By discussing popular culture from an IL perspective, we hope to: imagine alternatives of what the world could be, offering many possible visions of human beings, law, and justice; engage with students by making connections between popular culture and international law; and create a space for conversation.>

Christine Chinkin’s Women, Peace and Security and International Law Book Launch Recording

Watch Christine Chinkin in conversation with commentators from around the world>

The ‘Americanization’ of International Investment Law

The UN’s Audiovisual Library has made The ‘Americanization’ of International Investment Law, a set of lectures by Prof. J.E. Alvarez, available>

Legal Responses to Black Subordination, Global Perspectives

Professor Kevin E. Davis recently published 'Legal Responses to Black Subordination, Global Perspectives' in the Harvard Law Review Forum.>

IILJ Scholars 2021 Convocation Award Recipients

IILJ Scholars were recognized with several awards during the Law School's 2021 Convocation.>

The Brexit Deal: A Less Perfect Union or a More Flexible Compact? Assessing the Draft EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement

Participants included Gráinne de Búrca, Joseph Weiler, Meredith Crowley, Robert Howse, Imelda Maher, Daniel Sarmiento, Jesse Scott, and our own Thomas Streinz,>

Issue #1 of Third World Approaches to International Law Review

This issue features a foreword from Antony Anghie, an introduction from the editorial collective, and substantive peer-reviewed articles from Karin Mickelson, James Thuo Gathii, Rajshree Chandra, Fabia Fernandes Carvalho Veçoso, Paulo Ilich Bacca, Ali Hammoudi, and Hailegabriel G. Feyissa. >

Covid-19 and Public International Law Conference Session II

Our Faculty Director Benedict Kingsbury participated in a virtual conference with other leading experts to discuss pressing issues relating to Covid-19 and global governance,>

In Memoriam: Sally Engle Merry

The IILJ extends our deepest condolences to Sally’s family.>

Interpreters of International Economic Law: Corporations and Bureaucrats in Contest over Chile’s Nutrition Label

IILJ Fellow Paul Mertenskötter and co-author Dr. Tim Dorlach published this article in the September 2020 issue of Law & Society Review. >

COVID-19 and Public International Law Session I

Trinity Law School has made a link available for recordings of the conference. Prof. Kingsbury's talk on data infrastructures is midway through Part 2. >

Veiled Power International Law and the Private Corporation 1886-1981

Veiled Power is based on Professor Lustig's JSD thesis at NYU School of Law. It is the latest publication in the Law and Global Governance series, edited by Benedict Kingsbury, Richard Stewart, and Andrew Hurrell. >

IILJ History and Theory of International Law Workshop

Covid 19 and the Scripts of Emergency Powers.>

IILJ History and Theory of International Law Workshop

The Morals of the Market: Human Rights and the Rise of Neoliberalism. >

IILJ History and Theory of International Law Workshop

Private and Public Law & Organization of Agreements between States>

Snezhana Stadnik Tapia, former IILJ Research Assistant, published by the Georgetown Law Technology Review

Her article is: 'The Global “Last Mile” Solution: High-Altitude Broadband Infrastructure'. >

Prof. José E. Alvarez on “The Boundaries of Investment Arbitration”

Book presentation at WilmerHale in London. Video recording and slide deck available.>

Book Launch for Megaregulation Contested (OUP, 2019) in NYC

Robert O. Keohane (Princeton University) and Katharina Pistor (Columbia Law School) joined editors Benedict Kingsbury, David Malone, Richard Stewart, and Thomas Streinz for a conversation about megaregulation and the future of global economic governance.>

IILJ History and Theory of International Law Workshop

International Legal Orders as Histories, China and the West>

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