Six speakers across five lunchtime seminars will share their research and current thinking on topics ranging from the geopolitics of space, biological weapons and the international law implications of COVID-19. The programme is available here.
29 June 2020: 1pm AEST/ 3pm NZ
The Geopolitics of Outer Space and International Law: Square Peg in a Round Hole?
Professor Steven Freeland, Western Sydney University
30 June 2020: 1pm AEST/ 3pm NZ
International Law on Biological Weapons: Fit for Purpose?
Associate Professor Treasa Dunworth, University of Auckland
1 July 2020: 1pm AEST/ 3pm NZ
Transboundary Harm and the Pandemic – Lessons from State Responsibility and International Environmental Law
Professor Tim Stephens, University of Sydney
2 July 2020: 1pm AEST/ 3pm NZ
An International Fact-finding Commission Inquiry into COVID-19?
Professor Chester Brown, University of Sydney
3 July 2020: 1pm AEST/ 3pm NZ
International Law in the Time of COVID
Victoria Hallum (MFAT, NZ) and Sue Robertson (Attorney General’s Department, Australia) in conversation with Karen Scott (ANZSIL President)
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