Every second Friday from 1:00pm – 2:00pm @ E-Moot Court, Law Building, University of Western Australia (weeks 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11)
The ILC Seminar Series is a fortnightly research seminar, where a student or staff member has the opportunity to present international law research, topics or ideas to their peers to lead a discussion and/or seek feedback and comments on their work. All professors and students are welcome to attend.
The ILC Seminar Series for Semester 1, 2016 has been confirmed and is as follows:
- Week 3, 18th March: Mass Surveillance and International Law, delivered by Isabella Bogunovich (6th year Bachelor of Laws, Jessup Mooter)
- Week 5, 1st April: Law of the Sea in the South China Sea, delivered by Andrew Chubb (PhD Candidate, UWA)
- Week 7, 15th April: Transferring Responsibility? The Influence and Interpretation of International Law in Australia’s Approach to Afghan Detainees, delivered by Sean Richmond (UWA International Law Professor)
- Week 9, 6th May: Piracy, Slavery and Illegal Fishing, delivered by Dr Erika Techera (UWA Dean of Law)
- Week 11, 20th May: Whodunit? Cyber Warfare and the Attribution Problem, delivered by Matheo Vinciullo (Jessup Mooter, 3rd year JD)