CfP: “Rethinking Reparations in International Law”

ESIL-sponsored event: Rethinking Reparations in International Law – Call for Papers
 
Cambridge, November 2018
 
What role do reparations play in international law today? What is the theory behind reparations in different areas/systems of international law? Do reparations play a different role in different areas of international law (human rights, investment law)? How are reparations chosen by judges and arbitrators and how are damages calculated? What is the link between efficiency and reparations? How can reparations be made more efficient? How do judges/arbitrators understand their role in relation to reparations?
 
These questions will be at the centre of an ESIL-sponsored workshop held at the Lauterpacht Centre, University of Cambridge, in November.
More information here.
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