Booklaunch: How Interpretation Makes International Law. On Semantic Change and Normative Twists
||4 December 2012
||The Hague Institute for Global Justice
||Amsterdam Center for International Law
Register before: 30 November 2012
Book Launch - Author: Dr Ingo Venzke
The ACIL together with The Hague Institute for Global Justice organizes a book launch on the occasion of the publication of a book by Dr Ingo Venzke, entitled: ‘How Interpretation Makes International Law. On Semantic Change and Normative Twists’
The book was recently published by Oxford University Press.
A brief introduction into the book by the author Dr. Ingo Venzke, Senior Researcher and Lecturer and Professor André Nollkaemper, Professor of Public International Law, will be followed by comments, and discussion.
Commentators will be Judge Fausto Pocar (International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia) and Dr. Christina Hoss (Registry, International Court of Justice).
The event will be concluded with a reception sponsored by Oxford University Press.
Dr Ingo Venzke - Amsterdam Center for International Law
Professor André Nollkaemper - Amsterdam Center for Internaitonal Law
Judge Fausto Pocar - International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
Christina Hoss - International Court of Justice
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