18:00 - 19:30
Professor Pierre-Marie Dupuy, University of Paris
Lectures, talks and seminars
Public International Law Lecture
Essex Law School
Please join us for the latest instalment of the Essex Public International Law Lecture Series.
The Essex Public International Law Lecture Series welcomes you to to the latest instalment presented by Professor Pierre-Marie Dupuy, University of Paris and chaired by Dr Meagan Wong from the School of Law at the University of Essex.
Professor Pierre-Marie Dupuy is emeritus professor at the University of Paris (Panthéon-Assas). He was also a professor at the European University Institute in Florence from 2000 to 2008 and Professor at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva (2008-2012).
Professor Dupuy delivered the General Course of International Law at the Hague Academy of International Law in the year 2000 (Rec. Vol. 297). He was involved in a large number of cases before the International Court of Justice as counsel to States; Professor Dupuy is the author, and, from 2008 onwards, the co-author of the textbook named Précis de Droit International Public (Editions Dalloz) which is now in its 15th edition (1000 pages).
Professor Dupuy has been and still is international arbitrator in the field of international investments law for the last 18 years.
Professor Dupuy was one of the founding fathers of the European Journal of International Law and a former Director of the Board of Editors of the Revue Générale de Droit International Public. Professor Dupuy was awarded the ASIL Manley Hudson Medal in 2015.
The Essex Public International Law lecture series is founded, hosted and co-chaired by Dr Meagan Wong and Dr Emily Jones based in the School of Law. This is a weekly lecture series featuring judges of international courts and tribunals, leading academics, and practitioners of international law from governmental service, international organizations, and private practice from across the globe. The series prides itself on building on two important intellectual traditions of international law: formalism and international legal practice, and international legal theory including postcolonial and feminist perspectives.
We welcome all students, academics, practitioners and legal advisors to join us.
You can register here for the event which will be held on zoom.