Socio-Legal and Theoretical Perspectives on International Economic Law
Organised by UCL and University of New South Wales

Thursday 14 & Friday 15 November 2013

About this Symposium

Scholarship in International Economic Law is becoming increasingly enriched by socio-legal and broad theoretical perspectives. The symposium will share ideas with colleagues who explore international economic law from this viewpoint. We hope this will be a first step towards establishing a wider network of scholars.

The symposium will take place at 2-4pm on Thursday 14 November and & 10-4pm on Friday 15 November. A self-funded dinner will take place on the evening of 14 November at a local restaurant. The symposium is co-hosted by the Law Faculties of University College London and the University of New South Wales.

Confirmed speaker are:

  • Moshe Hirsch (Hebrew University)
  • Andrew Lang (LSE)
  • Matthew Eagleton-Pierce (SOAS)
  • Amanda Perry-Kessaris (Kent)
  • Gillian Moon (UNSW)
  • Emily Reid (Southampton)
  • Frank Garcia (Boston College Law School)
  • John Linarelli (Swansea)
  • Fiona Smith (UCL)
  • Lisa Toohey (UNSW)