From March 24 – 26, 2021, the American Society of International Law will convene its 115th Annual Meeting, with the theme Reconceiving International Law: Creativity in Times of Crisis. The 2021 ASIL Annual Meeting will provide a forum to think critically and creatively about all fields of international law. Sessions will present a broad range of perspectives on innovative ways to address emerging issues, to improve global governance, and to tackle international problems. NYU School of Law will be well-represented at the meeting, as four community members will be speaking or moderating panels there.
Franco Ferrari, Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Transnational Litigation, Arbitration, and Commercial Law, will moderate a panel on The Tribunal Knows the Law (Iura Novit Curia), but What Should It Do With It?
Stratos Pahis, Assistant Professor of Lawyering, will moderate a session on Reassessing Sovereign Bankruptcy in a Time of Global Economic Crisis.
Lindsay Rodman, Senior Fellow at the Reiss Center for Law and Security, will moderate a session on Civilian Harm Mitigation in Urban Areas: A Wargaming Exercise.
Thomas Streinz, IILJ Fellow and Executive Director of Guarini Global Law & Tech, will moderate a session on The Rise of Restrictions on Data Flows and Digital Technologies: National Security, Human Rights, or Geo-Economics?