du 16 au 17 février 2015

Proportionnalité dans les tribunaux internationaux : convergence dans la loi et la méthode ?

5ème séminaire osloïte de droit international à Paris / 5th Oslo International Law Seminar in Paris

Proportionnalité dans les tribunaux internationaux: convergence dans la loi et la méthode ?

Proportionality in International Courts: Convergence in Law and Method?

organised under the auspices of PluriCourts – The Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order and Centre Franco-Norvégien en sciences sociales et humaines (FMSH).

Monday 16 February 2014 10.00–17.00

Opening session

10.00–10.05 Opening Statements: Bjarne Rogan, University of Oslo and CFN

10.05–10.10 Geir Ulfstein, The PluriCourts Project

10.10–10.20 Introduction: Mads Andenas, Eirik Bjorge, Giuseppe Bianco

10.20 - 11.45 Introductory Panel: Proportionality as a general principle of (international) law

Chair: Gilbert Guillaume, former President, International Court of Justice

Enzo Cannizzaro, Università La Sapienza di Roma

Andreas Paulus, Bundesverfassungsgericht

Kate Parlett, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP

Eirik Bjorge, University of Oxford

11.45–12.00 Coffee

12.00 – 13.30 Second Session: The Different Roles Played by Proportionality in International Law

Chair: Rolf Einar Fife, Norwegian Embassy in France

Robert Kolb, University of Geneva

Paolo Palchetti, University of Macerata: The Role of Proportionality in the Formation of Customary International Law

Deborah Russo, University of Florence: The Principle of Reasonableness in the Case-Law of the ICJ

Guglielmo Verdirame, King’s College, London

13.30–15.30 Lunch

15.30 - 16.40 Second Session: The Different Roles Played by Proportionality in International Law (CONT.)

Chair: Rolf Einar Fife

Clemens Feinäugle, Max Planck Luxembourg: Proportionality as an element of the rule of law and its application to the United Nations

Danae Azaria, University College London: Countermeasures and Proportionality

Paul von Mühlendahl, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton: Le principe de proportionnalité dans la jurisprudence internationale relative aux délimitations maritimes

16.40- 17.00 Summing up

Enzo Cannizzaro

17 February 10.00–17.00

With the participation of Ronny Abraham, President, International Court of Justice

10.00 - 10.45 Third Session: European and International Economic Law

Chair:  Eirik Bjorge

Giuseppe Bianco, University of Oslo and Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

Martins Paparinskis, University College London: Proportionality and Recent Developments in International Investment Law

Gebhard Bücheler, Wach + Meckes LLP

10.45 - 11.30 Fourth Session: Proportionality: The Threat or Saviour of Human Rights?

Chair: Geir Ulfstein

Pasquale De Sena, Università Cattolica di Milano

Paul Tavernier, Université de Paris XI - Paris-Sud: La Cour européenne des droits de l’Homme et le principe de proportionnalité

George Letsas, University College London

11.30 – 11.45 Coffee

11.45-12.30 Fifth Session: The Role of Proportionality in Resolving Conflicts between Regimes of International Law - First Part

Chair: Mads Andenas, University of Oslo and UN WGAD

Emanuel Castellarin, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

Johann Ruben Leiss, University of Oslo

12.30 – 14.30 Lunch

14.30–15.30 The Role of Proportionality in Resolving Conflicts between Regimes of International Law - Second Part

Chair: François Alabrune, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Mads Andenas, Introduction

Jasper Finke, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg: The Prospects and Limitations of Proportionality for Solving Inter-Regime Conflicts

Luca Pantaleo, University of Luxembourg: Sanction cases and the role of proportionality. Recent developments

15.30 - 16.15 Sixth Session: Assessing Proportionality in Constitutional and Administrative Law

Chair: Paul Tavernier

Giuseppe Barbagallo, Consiglio di Stato and President of the Administrative Tribunal of the ILO: Proportionality in National and International Administrative Law

Filippo Fontanelli, University of Edinburgh: Germany v Italy - Proportionality between the Italian Constitutional Court, the ICJ and the ECtHR

16.15  - 16.30 General discussion

16.30 - 17.00 Summing up of the seminar:

Andreas Follesdal, The PluriCourts Project

Mads Andenas


Lieu : Le France
Localisation : Salle CNRS 638
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