Workshop on New Developments in International and

Transnational Law

Each year, the Center for Law and Global Affairs invites scholars from various disciplines to present current research in a critical, yet collaborative environment. The goal of the Center’s workshops is to foster sustained and constructive discussion of scholarship in multiple areas, including public international law, private international law, human rights, sustainability, international criminal law, international institutions, transitional justice, global governance and national security. Presenters are encouraged to discuss works in progress so that comments can be incorporated prior to publication. Some years, the Center workshop is based on a unifying theme or focuses on the work of a particular scholar.

For more information on current and past Center Workshops on New Developments in International and Transnational Law, please follow the links below

      Fifth Annual Workshop on International and Transnational Law - 2014

      Fourth Annual Workshop on International and Transnational Law - 2013

      Third Annual Workshop on International and Transnational Law - 2012

      Second Annual Workshop on International and Transnational Law - 2011

      First Annual Workshop on International and Transnational Law - 2010