Conference Making International Custom More Tangible
Making International Custom More Tangible.
2 -3 July 2015
The McCoubrey Centre for International Law is hosting its second conference for research scholars and early career scholars, addressing questions surrounding customary international law.
- What role can and should custom play in the making of international law?
- The normative foundations of custom (i.e. what makes custom law)
- Evidential requirements for customary international law (e.g. constituent elements, context, and burden of proof)
- The role of national and international courts in the creation of customary rules
- The role of non-State actors in the development of customary international law
- Regional variations in the process/content of customary international law
- Variations in the ‘method’ of customary international law in different fields/regimes of international law
- Interdisciplinary approaches to custom
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