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Prof. Panos Merkouris presenting reports on interpretative practices of international courts and tribunals during ILA Conference in Sydney

26 August 2018
On 22 August 2018, Prof. Panos Merkouris, in his capacity as Co-rapporteur, presented the interim report of the ILA Study Group on the Content and Evolution of the Rules of Interpretation during the 78th Biennial Conference of the ILA in Sydney.

Prof. Panos Merkouris (right)
Prof. Panos Merkouris (right)

During the Study Group’s open session, a number of reports detailing the interpretative practices of several international courts and tribunals were also presented and discussed (European Court of Human Rights by Prof. Ulfstein; Investment Arbitration by Dr. Kulick; ICJ/PCIJ and UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies by Prof. Merkouris).

Prof. Merkouris’ presentation and participation in the ILA Study Group is conducted as part of his research in the context of the TRICI-Law project, which has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No759728).

This article was published by the Faculty of Law.

Last modified:23 February 2022 4.17 p.m.

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