Friday, August 6, 2010

The Creation of International Law

Greetings from Oslo, where a number of IntLawGrrls (members, guests, and alumnae) are participating in a conference organized by Cecilia Bailliet and others at the University of Oslo Faculty of Law on The Creation of International Law: An Exploration of Normative Innovation, Contextual Application, and Interpretation in a Time of Flux.

Participants include the following women in international law (IntLawGrrls have a * next to their names):

Henriette Aasen - University of Bergen
Montserrat Abad - Carlos III University of Madrid
Sumudu Atapattu (above left) - University of Wisconsin
► * Karima Bennoune (left) Rutgers School of Law, Newark
► * Rebecca M. Bratspies (right, in black) - CUNY School of Law
Catherine Brölmann (below, in blue) - University of Amsterdam

►* Doris Buss - Carleton University
Rosemary Byrne (right, with scarf) - Trinity College Dublin
Christine Byron - Cardiff Law School (below left, in purple)
►* Hilary Charlesworth (below, in white) - Australian National University

► *Fiona de Londras (below) - University College Dublin
Katherine Del Mar (below right) - University of Geneva
Malgosia Fitzmaurice - Queen Mary University of London School of Law
Anne Hellum - University of Oslo
Agnieszka Jachec-Neale (below right, in front of window) - School of Oriental and Asian Studies
Edda Kristjansdottir - Amsterdam Law School
Catharine MacKinnon - Harvard Law School/U. Michigan Law School
Claudia Martin - AU Washington College of Law
► *Fionnuala Ni Aoláin - U. Minnesota School of Law
Phoebe Okawa (right) - Queen Mary University School of Law
► *Hari M. Osofsky - U. Minnesota School of Law
Inger Johanne Sand - University of Oslo
Kirsten Sandberg (right, in green) - University of Oslo
Birgit Schlütter - Norwegian Center for Human Rights
Hitomi Takemura - NUI Galway & Kyusha International University
► * Beth Van Schaack - Santa Clara University School of Law
► Maria Varaki - PhD candidate, NUI Galway; Irish Centre for Human Rights

Stay tuned for additional postings from the conference.

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