21 Jun
11:00 - 12:30
The Globalization & Law Network

Globalization & Law Network Seminar Series

 

 

The Globalization & Law Network is composed by a group of researchers of Maastricht University, coming from different backgrounds, who study the role that law plays in a globalizing society from a holistic perspective.Invited experts will give a presentation on a specific topic followed by a Q&A session open to all participants.

    These seminars will take place physically and online. We will have the following experts presenting:  

    • Dr. Aravind Ganesh, Post-doctoral researcher, Maastricht University, ‘Waves of Freedom: Justifying a Human Right to Rescue on the High Seas’, on Wed. 21 June 2023, 11.00 - 12.30h. CET      

       


       

    Past seminars:

    • David Collins, 'The Digital Economy Partnership Agreement (DEPA): Plurilateral Co-Regulation of Digital Trade' on Tue. 

      18 April 2023. This event is co-organized with IGIR
       

    • Dr. Floris de Witte, London School of Economics, ‘Legal geography and EU law’, on Wed. 19 April 2023. This event is co-organized with MCEL
       
    • Dr. Antoine Duval, Asser Institute, 'For Ruggie’s Double Movement: Assembling the Private and the Public through Human Rights Due Diligence', Wed. 28 September 2022
       
    • Prof. Giovanni De Gregorio, Católica Global School of Law, ‘Digital Constitutionalism: Reframing Rights and Powers in the Algorithmic Society’, on Wed. 19 Octobre 2022
       
    • Dr. Aravind Ganesh, Maastricht University, 'Riddling in Threes, The Empty Fourth, and the Invisible Empire: Kant and EU Law', Tue. 1 November 2022
       
    • Dr. Phillip Paiement, Tilburg University, 'The Agency of Transnational Strategic Litigators in Global Governance', Wed. 9 November 2022
       
    • Prof. Lucas Carlos Lima, University Federal of Minas Gerais, Brazil, ‘Regional Jus Cogens: a perspective from the Inter-American Court of Human Rights', Wed. 23 November 2022
       
    • Prof. Vanessa Franssen, KU Leuven and Liege University, ‘The EPPO: From Conundrum of Laws to Catalyst for Approximation of National Criminal Procedure?’, on Wed. 7 December 2022
       
    • Prof. Wouter Werner, International Law at the Centre for the Politics of Transnational Law of the VU Amsterdam, 'International Law and the Absurd' on Wed. 11 January 2023.
      This seminar was organized in collaboration with the department of Foundations and Methods of Law
       
    • Prof. Reijer Passchier, Open University and Leiden University, ‘Digitalization and the (im)balance of power among the three branches’ on Thu. 26 January 2023.
       
    • Isadora Dutra Badra Bellati, Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law Hamburg, 'Coloniality within the Brazilian Constitutional Court decisions: The case of unlimited outsourcing of labor' on Wed. 8 February 2023.
       
    • Isadora Dutra Badra Bellati, Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law Hamburg, 'Coloniality within the Brazilian Constitutional Court decisions: The case of unlimited outsourcing of labor' on Wed. 8 February 2023.
       
    • Sarah Tas, Maastricht University, ‘Europol and the Schengen Information System: a dangerous 'unsupervised' extension of powers', and Dr. Lukasz Dziedzic, Maastricht University, ‘Solidarity and the New Pact on Migration and Asylum - Taking Stock’ on Wed. 1 March 2023.
       
    • Prof. Patricia Popelier, Antwerpen University, ‘Trust in multi-tiered systems. A legal perspective’ on Mon. 13 March 2023.
       
    • Prof. Ramses Wessel, University of Groningen, ‘The implementation of Article 31 of the Treaty on European Union and the use of Qualified Majority Voting’, on Tue 28 March 2023,
      This event was co-organized with MCEL
       
    • Dr. Fernando Lusa Bordin, Cambridge University, ‘The Consent of International Organizations in the Making of General and Conventional Rules of International Law’ on Wed. 12 April 2023.
       
    • Dr. Klaas Eller, Amsterdam University, 'The Price of Human Rights. Confronting Price Squeeze in the Regulation of Global Value Chains‘, on Wed. 10 May 2023.
      This event was co-organized with M-EPLI
       
    • Dr. Signe Larsen, Magdalen College, University of Oxford, ’The Foundations of Constitutional Tolerance’, on Wed. 24 May 2023.

                
       
    • Dr. Marco Benatar, Vrije Universiteit Brussel and International Tribunal for the Law of Sea, 'The law and practice of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea’, on Wed. 7 June 2023.

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