The London Conference on International Law took place last week, bringing together a host of experts and practitioners in international law.
Professor Vaughan Lowe QC spoke at the plenary conference session – entitled – “How do academics, practitioners, judges, government officials engage with international law?”, along with former members of Chambers Dame Rosalyn Higgins GBE QC (Chair) and Judge of the European Court of Human Rights, Tim Eicke QC.
Professor Alan Boyle chaired a session on “Crisis issues in the environment: the role of international law”.
Sir Christopher Greenwood GBE CMG QC (current Judge of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal), Samuel Wordsworth QC and Amy Sander spoke on a panel addressing “Effective advocacy in inter-state litigation”, with Sir Franklin Berman KCMG QC giving the closing remarks at the end of Day 2.
The full conference programme can be seen here: http://thelondonconference.org/programme/