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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Dr Ioannis Kalpouzos awarded Institute for Global Law and Policy grants

Dr Ioannis Kalpouzos has been awarded two collaborative grants by the Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard Law School.

The first project, ‘(International) Criminal Legal Structures’ emerged from discussions at the 2014 IGLP Workshop in Doha.  This project will be a critique of the centrality of...

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Carlo Corcione joins the great and good in Trade and Shipping.

Carlo Corcione's article 'The evolution of third parties protection in carriage of goods by sea: from the Himalaya clause to the Himalaya protection', published in the European Transport Law (2014), has been referenced in the UNCITRAL source materials site.

Only the great and good in Trade and Shipping make it on...

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Israel’s Nation-State Bill aims to balance Jewish democratic principles

Mazen Masri was interviewed by CBC Radio (Canada) about the implications of the new Basic Law in Israel. The new law would enshrine national rights only for Jewish citizens.

The state of Israel was founded in 1948 as both a Jewish state and a democratic state.  Since then Israeli jurisprudence has evolved...

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