Date: 25th October 2019
Time: 18:00 - 19:30
The backgrounds and professional qualifications of judges have become salient and contested issues for many courts around the world. International tribunals are no exception to this tendency.
Judges on international tribunals have sometimes been criticised for lacking sufficient expertise or experience. Such challenges raise both practical and theoretical questions: what sort of profile is needed for judges on international tribunals? How helpful is legal practice experience? Do scholarly academic and judicial backgrounds make distinct contributions to a tribunal's capacity? Should judicial selection processes be reformed to maximize diversity of various kinds?
This panel will bring together academics and practitioners for a lively discussion to consider these questions from a variety of perspectives.
The Rt. Hon. Dame Elizabeth Gloster, PC, One Essex Court
- Helen Mulvein, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
- Dr Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou, University of Liverpool Law School
- Prof Yarik Kryvoi, British Institute for International and Comparative Law
- Dr Alex Schwartz, The University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law
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Pricing & Registration
Free to attend for BIICL members, ITF members and faculty staff of the University of Liverpool. ITF members and faculty staff of the University of Liverpool wishing to attend should register by emailing the Events team.
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- Individual: £0
- Student: £0
- Individual: £15
- Concession: £10
- Student: £10
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