SCIL hosts 2 international guest speakers in February
31 January 2012
In February SCIL is delighted to be hosting two international guest speakers August Reinisch and Claudio Grossman who will share their expertise in a lunchtime seminar on 16 February and an evening seminar on 23 February.
August Reinisch is professor of international and European law at the University of Vienna. He currently serves as arbitrator on the In Rem Restitution Panel according to the Austrian General Settlement Fund Law 2001 on a pro bono basis. His seminar, 'The Privileges and Immunities of International Organizations - The Adoption of the Waite and Kennedy Doctrine by Domestic Courts' will take place at lunchtime on 16 February. Details available on the events calendar.
Claudio Grossman is the Dean of American University Washington College of Law, Professor of Law and the Raymond Geraldson Scholar for International and Humanitarian Law . His presentation ' The Privileges and Immunities of International Organizations - The Adoption of the Waite and Kennedy Doctrine by Domestic Courts' will be held on 23 February at 6pm. Details available on the events calendar.