On May 1, 2018 the TRICI-Law project was officially launched. The acronym stands for “The Rules of Interpretation of Customary International Law”.
TRICI-Law is a 5-year ERC Starting Grant project. Its aim is to demonstrate that that even in the case of customary international (CIL), i.e. an unwritten source of international law, there are rules of interpretation similar to those that exist for the interpretation of treaties, and to determine the content of these rules.
Prof. Panos Merkouris
is the Principal Investigator (PI) of the project. As of September 1, 2018 the TRICI-Law research team has grown with the inclusion of two PhD researchers, Ms. Marina Fortuna and Ms. Nina Mileva, who will be tackling various theoretical and practical aspects of the interpretability of CIL. Ms. Tatiana Spijk Belanova is the Project Assistant of the project.
More information about the nature, structure, objectives and the team of the TRICI-Law project can be found on our website. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
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By royal decree, Associate Professor André de Hoogh has been reappointed as member of the Advisory Committee on Public International Law for another period of four years.
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