PhD researchers Marina Fortuna and Nina Mileva contribute with a chapter on 'Environmental Protection as an Object of and Tool for Evolutionary Interpretation' in the recently published volume 'Evolutionary Interpretation and International Law' edited by Georges Abi-Saab, Kenneth Keith, Gabrielle Marceau, Clément Marquet. The book tackles in a holistic manner the subject of evolutive interpretation in diverse branches of international law – general international law, human rights law, EU law, environmental law, investment law, trade law, but also the approach of domestic courts.
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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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