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PILAGG Final Meeting 2011-2012 - Sciences Po, Paris

Private International Law as Global Governance (PILAGG) Final Meeting 2011-2012
Sciences Po, Paris, May 11, 2012

9:00 – 10:00: TABLE I: THEORY: Function, Foundations and Ambit of PIL
1. How would you describe the function of PIL today?
2. What are the global issues for which you feel that its tools could be developed? (What are their limits?)
3. Is the distinction between public and private international law still valid?
Discussion :
Sabine CORNELOUP, Université de Bourgogne
Gilles CUNIBERTI, Université de Luxembourg
Alex MILLS, University College London
Chair: Horatia MUIR WATT, Sciences Po Law School

10:15 – 11:15: Conference: Access of individuals to international justice, Antônio Augusto CANÇADO TRINDADE, International Court of Justice

11:30 – 12:30: TABLE II: METHODS: Impotence, Decline or Renewal?
1. Is there room for proportionality in conflicts methodology?
2. Is there room for Human Rights? 3. How should non-state actors and norms be dealt with?
Jeremy HEYMANN, Université Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne)
Yannick RADI, Leiden University
Geneviève SAUMIER, McGill University
Chair: Mathias AUDIT, Université Paris-Ouest (Nanterre-La Défense)

12h45 -14h15 LUNCH with David KENNEDY, Harvard Law School

14:30 – 15:30: TABLE III: INSTITUTIONS: Method, Policy and Governance?
1. What are the most significant methodological changes induced by policy choices?
2. How are the topics selected and developed? (Who, how, why?)
3. Is there a role for non-state actors in international law-making?
Hans VAN LOON, Hague Conference on Private International Law
Chair: Diego P. FERNÁNDEZ ARROYO, Sciences Po Law School

15:30 – 16:00: Final Comments

Venue: Sciences Po, building D, 199, Boulevard Saint Germain, 75007 Paris, room D-502
Inscriptions: charlotte.rault(at)
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