Teaching International Economic Law Workshop

9:00am - 5:00pm / Thursday 23rd May 2019
Type: Workshop / Category: Research
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Liverpool Economic Governance Unit (LEGU) will hold a workshop ‘Teaching International Economic Law’ (23rd May 2019, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool). The Workshop will be dedicated to cutting-edge pedagogy in teaching international economic law subjects, from world trade law, to investment law and investment arbitration. Drawing on our own expertise at the University of Liverpool Law School and with the contribution of leading UK and overseas IEL scholars with an established track record of innovative teaching, the workshop will focus on:

• IEL and clinical legal education;

• IEL and technology;

• skills-focused IEL teaching;

• research-based IEL teaching;

• critical pedagogy and IEL.

Speakers will include Prof Joost Pauwelyn (Geneva); Prof Fiona Smith (Leeds); Dr Wolfgang Alschner (Ottawa); Dr Celine Tan (Warwick); Dr Clair Gammage (Bristol); Dr Akbar Rasulov (Glasgow); Dr Anil Yilmaz (Essex); Jansen Calamita (Singapore); Dr Ana Maria Vargas (Edinburgh) Dr Theresa Squatrito (Liverpool) and others.

The workshop aims to bring together perspectives from both law and political science and should be of interest to those teaching other areas such as public international law, law and development and international political economy. Places are limited, so please ensure you register.

The workshop is enabled by the University of Liverpool SLSJ Teaching Development Fund.

Organising committee (Mavluda Sattorova, Daniel Behn, Niccolo Ridi, Josh Curtis)