"The First Amendment and a Right of Public Access to Investor-State Arbitration"
Sonja Heppner, PhD Candidate at Trinity College Dublin, School of Law
The Geneva Center for International Dispute Settlement (CIDS) is pleased to invite you to attend the fifth session of the CIDS Doctoral Seminars series that will take place on Thursday, 8 December 2016, in Maison de la Paix, room S4 (Chemin Eugène-Rigot 2), at 18h00.
For this session, the CIDS Doctoral Seminars will count on Sonja Heppner, PhD Candidate at Trinity College Dublin, School of Law, who will give a presentation on "The First Amendment and a Right of Public Access to Investor-State Arbitration".
A cocktail will be served after the seminar.
In order to register to attend the seminar, please fill in the registration form you will find through the following link:http://bit.ly/2gIxilr
We look forward to have you join.
Clément Bachmann, Josef Ostransky and Diego Gutiérrez
The Center for International Dispute Settlement (CIDS) is a joint Center of the University of Geneva Law School and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, led by Prof. Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler and Prof. Zachary Douglas.
Among other activities, the CIDS aims at building up an academic 'home' for PhD students working in the field of international dispute settlement. For that purpose, a series of doctoral seminars was launched in 2015 where a PhD candidate from any university working in international dispute settlement issues is offered the possibility of presenting her work before a group of PhD candidates and Professors working in closely related topics and methodologies.
The doctoral seminars take place in Geneva and consist of a presentation for about 30-40 minutes, followed by another 30 minutes of discussion, and a cocktail. The usual schedule goes from 18h to 20h.
Attendance is composed of PhD candidates and Professors mostly from Swiss universities, but also from abroad. The CIDS may cover the travel expenses in Switzerland for doctoral participants, both presenters and attendees, affiliated with a Swiss university. For more information please contact us at: email@example.com
Upcoming CIDS doctoral seminars
The following speakers are confirmed for presenting at the CIDS doctoral seminars in 2017:
*February 2017, Brian McGarry, University of Geneva, on "Third Party Intervention in Inter-State Adjudication"
*March 2017, Florence Jaeger, University of Basel, on "The Law Applicable to the Arbitration Agreement"
*April 2017, María de la Colina, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, on "Doctrine of Discretion in International Adjudication"
*May 2017, Michal Swarabowicz, Graduate Instittue on International and Development Studies, on "Admissibility of Claims in International Investment Law"
*December 2017, Alexandre Lercher, Université Paris Dauphine PSL, on "The Impact of Third Party Funding on International Arbitration"
If you are interested in presenting your research in the context of the CIDS PhD seminars please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org mentioning your research topic, affiliation and potential dates for your presentation.
(*) The specific date will be announced at a later stage.