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Public International Law

The EUI Law Department has long been an important center for the study of international law in all of its doctrinal and theoretical dimensions, and international and transnational legal orders continue to be a topic of interest that cuts across research done by many professors and researchers in the department. 

Recent research in this area has related to the nature of the international legal system, constitutionalism and pluralism, the law of treaties, sovereignty and statehood, the history of international law, international organizations, the laws of war and international criminal law, as well as considerable work on topics related to the law of human rights. The Academy of European Law has convened a number of scholarly workshops relating to international law in its practical, theoretical and historical dimensions, and the researcher-led International Law Working Group is very active in hosting presentations by researchers and visiting scholars. 

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