On 25 September, the IILJ’s History and Theory in International Law Workshops hosted Guy Fiti Sinclair, Senior Lecturer at the Victoria University of Wellington Faculty of Law and winner of the ESIL Book Prize. Guy presented his paper ‘Forging Modern States with Imperfect Tools: United Nations Technical Assistance for Public Administration in Decolonized States’. Julian Arato, Associate Professor of Law at the Brooklyn Law School, and J. Benton Heath, Acting Assistant Professor of Lawyering at NYU School of Law, responded to the paper. Karin Loevy, manager of the JSD Program and Visiting Scholar at the IILJ moderated.
The IILJ History and Theory of International Law Workshops are presented with the support of the NYU Global Institute for Advanced Study, Project on International Legal Orders and their Histories.