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SCIL International Law Year in Review Conference

17 February 2017
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    • George Winterton Memorial Lecture: Sir Owen Dixon Today

      16 February
      More than half a century since his retirement and nearly 90 years since he joined the High Court, Sir Owen Dixon remains at the forefront of the judicial pantheon. Yet in the period following his death in 1972 some law teachers and even judges tended, to his detriment, to associate with Dixon the epithet "legalism"; this was seen to cloak undisclosed "policy choices" and, at best, as a crippling formalism. But even a cursory reading of decisions over the last 20 years reveals continued recourse to his judgments.

    • SCIL / CAPLUS Symposium: International Investment Arbitration Across Asia

      16 February
      Treaty-based investor-state arbitration (or ISDS more generally) is an increasingly topical issue, as FDI flows continue to grow, especially across Southeast Asia and the rest of the Asian region, and host states have begun to experience some claims brought by disgruntled foreign investors.

    • SCIL International Law Year in Review Conference

      17 February
      The Sydney Centre for International Law at Sydney Law School is delighted to present the fifth International Law Year in Review Conference, to be held at the Law School on 17 February 2017. The conference will give participants insight into the latest developments in international law over the preceding year, especially those most salient for Australia.