Date: 6th May 2009
Time: Not specified
Venue: Not available
This event is co-organized with:
THE SOCIETY OF LEGAL SCHOLARS INTERNATIONAL LAW SECTION
On Wednesday 6th May 2009, the Society of Legal Scholars International Law Section and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law will be co-hosting the 18th Conference on Theory and International Law at Charles Clore House, Russell Square, London. The theme of this year's conference is The Relationship between International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law.
Panels will explore the conceptual issues that influence the relationship between international humanitarian law and international human rights law, the approach to the relationship taken by national and international courts as well as the operational impact of the debate on the relationship between the law of armed conflicts and human rights.
The conference will be of interest to academics, students and practitioners in the fields of international law, international criminal law, the law of armed conflict, international relations, immigration and asylum law, civil liberties and human rights law.
Solicitors and barristers may claim CPD hours through attendance at this event.
Full payment is required prior to the event. All cancellations must be made in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org no less than 5 working days prior to the event.
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Getting to the Institute
A map of the Institute's location in central London may be found here.
The Institute is situated on the north side of Russell Square on the corner of Bedford Way. The nearest London Transport tube stations are Russell Square (Piccadilly line), Euston (Northern and Victoria lines), Euston Square (Circle and Metropolitan lines) and Goodge Street (Northern Line). The following public bus services stop in Russell Square: 7, 68, 91, 168 and 188. Wheelchair access to the building is available via a ramp from street level down to floor L1.