Program

 

DAY1 / JOUR1

Monday May 19th/ Lundi 19 mai

9.00 – 9.30 Registration & Breakfast / Petit-déjeuner et inscriptions

CERI, 56 rue de Jacob, 75007 Paris

9.30 Welcome

9.45 – 11.45 Plenary session: Keynote addresses  

CERI, 56 rue de Jacob, 75007 Paris

Moderator: Tomaso Ferrando, PhD Candidate, Sciences Po Paris

Saskia Sassen, Professor of Sociology, Columbia University, Emergent Assemblages of Territory, Authority, Rights

Nimer Sultany, Lecturer in Law, SOAS, Law, Revolution, and the Arab Spring

11.45 -13.00 Lunch break/ Pause déjeuner

13.00 – 17.20 Parallel Sessions

13.00 – 15.00: Session 1A

13, rue de l’Université, 75007, Room J 208

Staging Legal Performances// Représenter le droit comme une performance

Moderator: Ivana Isailović, Post-doctoral researcher, Perelman Center  for Legal Philosophy, ULB

Guest Discussant: Jacco Bomhoff, Assistant Professor, LSE

Sofia Stolk, PhD Candidate, VU University,On Behalf of Humanity and The Victims: The Enactment of a Courtroom Identity On The Opening Day of ICC Trials

Katherine Fallah, Lecturer, University of Technology Sydney, Performing the Ceremonies of Law: Quasi-Legal Accountability Measures as Legitimation Bids

Ahlem Bensaidani, Phd Candidate, Université Paris-Ouest Nanterre la Défense, Polygamy law in postcolonial feminist literature : Mariama Bâ’s So long letter

Alejandra Azuero Quijano, SJD Candidate, Harvard Law School, Building the House of Justice: The Preparation for the Nuremberg Trials and the Emergence of Systematic Crime

 

13.00 – 15.00 Session 1B

13, rue de l’Université, 75007, Room J 205

Dirty white shirts: multiple dimensions of legal activism// Les multiples facettes de l’activisme juridique

 Moderator: Tomaso Ferrando, PhD Candidate, Sciences Po Law School

 Ernesto Mieles-González, PhD Candidate Free University Berlin,  Legal Mobilization in Transitional Justice Settings

 Moria Paz, Fellow, Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford University, Human Rights, Border Walls and Immigration Law

Daniel Mburu, Special Tribunal for Lebanon, International Colonial Court: The Claim that the International Criminal Court is a Colonial Institution: A Successful Defence Strategy?

Sharon Weill, Lecturer in International Law, PSIA,Sciences Po, The Israeli HCJ – From Occupation to Segregation

Aristide Antonas, Associate Professor, University of Thessaly,The Protocols of Athens

15.00-15.20 Coffee break/ Pause café

15.20 – 17.20 Session 2A

13, rue de l’Université, 75007, Room J 208

Pure Law / Pure War?: the politics of war regulation// Droit pur / guerre pure? : politiques de la guerre

Moderator : Delphine Dogot, PhD Candidate, Sciences Po

Heidi Matthews, JSD Candidate, Harvard Law School, The Other Side of COIN: A Critique of Modern Counterinsurgency Doctrine

Gavin Sullivan, Solicitor and PhD Candidate, University of Amsterdam, Transnational Legal Assemblages and Global Security Law: Topologies and Temporalities of the List

Campbell Munro, PhD Fellow, Centre for International Law and Justice, University of Copenhagen, The Entangled Sovereignties of Air Police: Mapping the Boundary of the International and the Imperial 

Tom Theuns, Doctoral student, Sciences Po, Legality and Legitimacy in the Justification of War

15.20 – 17.20 Session 2B

13, rue de l’Université, 75007, Room J 205

Legal Bodies: body and its regulations // Le corps juridique : construire le corps par le droit

Moderator: Ophélie Wang, PhD Candidate, Sciences Po Paris

Spencer Wolff, Graduate Student, Yale University, The Body as Censor: Freedom of Expression in Post-apartheid South Africa

Moritz Baumgärtel, PhD Researcher, Université Libre de Bruxelles, What to expect of the European courts? Evaluating court effectiveness in the protection of the human rights of migrants

Joanna Noronha, SJD Candidate, Harvard Law School, Harnessing Gender to Law: Designing Domestic Violence Law and Policy

Zeina Jellad, PhD, Post – doctoral fellow, Columbia Law School – The Power of the Body: Analyzing the Corporeal Logic of Law and Social Change in the Arab Spring

17.20-17.40 Coffee break/ Pause café

17. 40 – 19.15 Plenary session

Amphithéâtre Jean Moulin, 13 rue de l’Université, 75007

Globalization and legal education.

Starting from scratch: designing an ideal law school.

A conversation with:

William Twining, Professor of Law, University College London & David Kennedy, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School

Moderators: Ivana Isailović, Post-doctoral researcher, Perelman Center for Legal Philosophy, ULB, Delphine Dogot, PhD Candidate, Sciences Po Paris

19.15 Reception

Main Hall, 13, rue de l’Université, 75007

20.30 Dinner at the Restaurant “Aux Vieux Garçons”

213 Boulevard Saint-Germain, 75007 Paris

 

 

DAY 2/ JOUR 2

Tuesday May 20th/ Mardi 20 mai

10.00 – 12.00  Plenary session: Keynote addresses  

Amphithéâtre Jean Moulin, 13, rue de l’Université, 75007

Moderators: Ivana Isailović, Post-doctoral researcher, Perelman Center for Legal Philosophy, ULB & Delphine Dogot, PhD Candidate, Sciences Po Paris

William Twining, Professor of Law, UCL

Christine Schwobel-Patel, Dr., Liverpool Law School, Marketing Justice and the Commodification of Victims

12.00-13.30 Lunch break/ Pause déjeuner

13.30 – 18.00 Parallel sessions

13.30 – 15.30 Session 3A

13, rue de l’Université, 75007, J 208

Legal Production of Urban Spaces: power dynamics in global cities// La production des espaces juridiques : dynamiques de pouvoir dans les villes globales

Moderator: Davide Tommaso Ferrando, Dr., Architecture researcher, Italy

& Guest Moderator: Saskia Sassen, Professor of sociology, Columbia University

Emma Patchett, Marie Curie Research Fellow, WWU Münster, La Zone: In/habitation in the Itinerant City

Daniel Litwin, Research Fellow, Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment & Elsa Savourey, LL.M. Candidate, Harvard Law School, Cities as Forgotten Actors of International Law

Lucia Jalon, PhD Candidate, Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid, The role of the law in the production of a common spatiality

Mateo Muro,PhD Candidate, Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid, State of inception: spatial fictions for practicing the political

13.30 – 15.30 Session 3B

13, rue de l’Université, 75007, Room J 205

Quantification and (In)efficiency talk in Law// Quantification et (in)efficacité en droit

Moderator: Dina Waked, Assistant Professor, Sciences Po Law School

David Restrepo, Assistant Lecturer, Université libre de Bruxelles, The rise of Transnational Legal Indicators

Pascal Langenbach, Research Fellow,  Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods, Fairness and Persuasion – How Stakeholder Communication Affects Impartial Decision Making

Ignacio Cofone, PhD Candidate, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Limits of Probabilistic Causality in Law

Evelyne Jean-Bouchard, PhD Candidate, University of Ottawa,  Rule of Law Reforms and Institutional Change Processes in Eastern Congo:  Neo-Institutional Economics vs Multijuridisme

Yugank Goyal, PhD Candidate, University of Hamburg & Ignacio Cofone, PhD Candidate,Erasmus University Rotterdam, Using an Expired Product: On the Value of Efficiency

15.30 – 16.00 Coffee break/ Pause café

16.00. – 18.00 Session 4A

13, rue de l’Université, 75007, Room J 208

Social Justice and Property// Propriété et justice sociale

Moderator: Natacha Esteves, PhD Candidate, Sciences Po Paris

Gowri Nanayakkara, Lecturer in Law, Canterbury Christ Church University, Performers’ Rights Regime in the Sri Lankan music industry: Ten years on

Anne Saab, PhD Researcher, LSE, Climate Change Adaptation and Property Rights: a Question of Social Justice?

Thanos Zartaloudis, Senior Lecturer, Birkbeck College, University of London, Ken Law School, University of Kent,Property Rights and Rightless Use: Lessons from the Past

Lay Bronwyn, PhD Candidate, The European Graduate School, Biojuridical Sovereignty and the Matter of Jurisprudence.

16.00 – 18.00 Session 4B

13, rue de l’Université, 75007, Room J 205

Devotion and Strategy: legal distinctions and coping mechanisms // Stratégie et dévotion: les distinctions juridiques et les modes de survie

Moderator: Delphine Dogot, PhD Candidate, Sciences Po Paris

Marcin Kilanowski, Assistant Professor, Nicolas Copernicus University, The Crisis of the Role of Experts in International Law

Grigory Vaypan, Ph.D. Candidate, Moscow State University, Choosing Among the Shades of Nuance: the Politics of Proportionality Analysis in International Law

Margareta Klabbers, Doctoral Student, University of Helsinki, The Cartographies of Jurisdiction and Authority: Critical Mapping of Law

Roberto Mancilla, JSD, UC Berkeley, Legal distinctions: A framework for discussion

Aleksandra Ivlieva, Ph.D. Candidate, Moscow State University, Public Needs vs. Private Rights: Who Can Make Use of the Regulatory Takings Doctrine?  

18.00 – 21.00 L&B Closing Cocktail

sponsored by Global Jurist

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