17 January 2020
International Law Breakfast Briefings - Spring 2020
Thursdays at 8:45 to 9:45 am (approx. every other week)
Venue: Meeting room 6B-4-04, Faculty of Law, Njalsgade 76, 2300 Copenhagen S
The ‘International Law Breakfast Briefings’ provide an opportunity for researchers, practitioners and students with an interest in international law to meet on a regular basis and exchange research, experience and views.
Format: The speaker will give a presentation of approx. 20 minutes followed by discussion. The presentation and discussion will be in English unless otherwise specified.
Meetings will be announced on Faculty’s webpage (https://jura.ku.dk/Kalender/) and will be open to the public. Breakfast will be available for registered participants.
Researchers, incl. PhD students, and practitioners working in the field of international law, who are interested in giving a presentation at an International Law Breakfast Briefing, are welcome to contact email@example.com.
6 February: Jonathan Somer, Legal Adviser in IHL, Danish Red Cross: ‘The 2019 ICRC Report on International Humanitarian Law and the Challenges of Contemporary Armed Conflicts’
20 February: Cornelius Wiesener, Postdoc, iCourts: ‘Taking the Battle to Strasbourg – Military Operations before the European Court of Human Rights’
5 March: Jan Lemnitzer, Assistant Professor at the Center for War Studies, University of Southern Denmark: ‘The laws of neutrality in Cyber space: what does ‘due diligence’ mean?’
19 March: Jakob Dideriksen, former Legal Adviser in the Danish Armed Forces: ‘IHL in Practice: The Liberation of Mosul 2016-17.’
16 April: Book launch: Nobuo Hayashi, Associate Senior Lecturer at the Swedish Defence University: ‘Military Necessity: The Art, Morality and Law of War’
30 April: Astrid Kjeldgaard-Pedersen, Professor MSO, iCourts: ‘The Immunity of State Representatives – Recent Developments’
14 May: Sune Klinge, postdoc, Centre for European and Comparative Legal Studies: ‘Sovereignty game: The case of Greenland and Danish foreign policy’
28 May: Lena Trabucco, PhD Candidate, iCourts: ‘Is the Future of War in the Hands of Silicon Valley? The Role of Tech Sector in the US-China Race for Technological Superiority’