The MIDS is recruiting two Postdoctoral Teaching Fellows in International Dispute Settlement:
- one specialised in public international dispute settlement
- one specialised in private international dispute settlement
DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS: 31-03-2019
The CIDS is pleased to announce its second Doctoral Research Seminar which will be convened on Tuesday, 16 April 2019:
Discussion led by Dr. Florian Grisel (Reader, King’s College London) and Prof. Andrea Bianchi (Professor of International Law and Director of Studies, Graduate Institute)
The seminars are free of charge and are limited to 15 participants per session.
Dr. Florian Grisel (King’s College London and CNRS Paris-Nanterre) will be presenting his paper on: Managing the fishery commons at Marseille: How a medieval institution failed to accommodate change in an age of globalization.
Geneva, Switzerland, 16 April 2019.
Registration before 14 April 2019.
The CIDS and the ICC are jointly organizing this conference which marks the 100th anniversary of the ICC.
With a highly interactive format and dynamic presentations from real thought leaders in arbitration, this event will bring together panelists from all over Europe to discuss recent trends and decisions in relation to the setting aside and enforcement of arbitral awards, the circumstances under which the violation of the New York Convention could amount to a violation of investment protection standards.
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The ISDS Reform Library forms part of the ISDS Academic Forum and is a user-friendly search engine compiling treaties and scholarly commentary relevant to ISDS reform. This project is a work in progress and will be periodically updated. The search engine is prepared by CIDS researchers Brian McGarry, Josef Ostřanský, Michele Potestà, and María Florencia Sarmiento.
A leading LL.M. with a stellar faculty for a group of selected outstanding students. An in-depth and high-profile training to become a top international dispute settlement lawyer.
The Geneva Center for International Dispute Settlement (CIDS) is pleased to continue its series of Doctoral Research Seminars
Dr. Florian Grisel (King’s College London and CNRS Paris-Nanterre) will be presenting his paper on "Managing the fishery commons at Marseille: How a medieval institution failed to accommodate change in an age of globalization"
Arbitration and ADR conference co-organised with the ICC
The CIDS will attend the 36th session of UNCITRAL Working Group III from 29 October to 2 November 2018.
The MIDS is recruiting two Postdoctoral Teaching Fellows in International Dispute Settlement