Thursday 17 October 2013
16:00 – 18:00 PM
Location: Zittingszaal, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, Oude Boteringestraat 38 , Groningen
The lecture will be followed by a panel and audience discussion. The panel members are: Prof. Aurelia Colombi Ciacchi (Law Faculty), Prof. Caroline Fournet (Law Faculty), Prof. Erin Wilson (Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies), Prof. Andrej Zwitter (Faculty of Arts).
Short CV of the guest speaker:
Before joining the Special Tribunal for Lebanon as Chef de Cabinet, Dr. Guido Acquaviva worked as Legal Officer at the ICTY. His education includes an LLM from Tulane Law School (USA, Fulbright scholar). In addition to co-chairing the Editorial Committee of the Journal of International Criminal Justice, Dr. Acquaviva has published widely on matters related to international criminal law as well as public international law in general, such as subjects of international law, state succession, and the law of the sea. Most recently, he co-edited a casebook on international criminal law (International Criminal Law: Cases & Commentary, 2011) and has contributed in several books on international criminal procedure.
Registration for the lecture is required.
Please register before 10 October 2013 by sending an e-mail to email@example.com
The floor stone with a poem by Rutger Kopland from the former Public Library at the Oude Boteringestraat 18 has been secured for the duration of the construction work.
The chair has been endowed by the Groningen University Fund Foundation and is managed by the Department of General Law and Legal History, with close ties to the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies.
Former Energy and Climate Law student Stavroula Pappa received an honourable mention for her LLM thesis as part of 'NeVER Thesis Award 2021', awarded by the Dutch Energy Law Association (Nederlandse Vereniging voor Energierecht).
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