Event Title

Panel 1: The Progressive Development and Codification Mandates of The International Law Commission

Location

FIU College of Law, Large Courtroom

Start Date

26-10-2018 10:00 AM

End Date

26-10-2018 11:30 AM

Chair and Moderator

Prof. Kristen Boon, Seton Hall University

Description

This opening session will discuss the original mandate of the International Law Commission (“ILC”/ “the Commission”), as envisaged by the Committee of Seventeen, which prepared recommendations for the UN General Assembly setting forth options for the establishment, composition and functioning of the Commission. The key goal of this panel will be to examine the meaning(s) of “progressive development of international law” and its “codification”, as envisaged by the legal experts and ultimately by States as manifested in the Statute of the Commission adopted in 1947.

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Oct 26th, 10:00 AM Oct 26th, 11:30 AM

Panel 1: The Progressive Development and Codification Mandates of The International Law Commission

FIU College of Law, Large Courtroom

This opening session will discuss the original mandate of the International Law Commission (“ILC”/ “the Commission”), as envisaged by the Committee of Seventeen, which prepared recommendations for the UN General Assembly setting forth options for the establishment, composition and functioning of the Commission. The key goal of this panel will be to examine the meaning(s) of “progressive development of international law” and its “codification”, as envisaged by the legal experts and ultimately by States as manifested in the Statute of the Commission adopted in 1947.