The International Law Working Group (IL WG) is a forum for EUI researchers to better inform themselves on key developments in the area of international law. Throughout the year, researchers convene a range of activities to reflect their research interests as well as to reflect on current developments in the practice of international law. Activities include fortnightly lunchtime meetings where researchers can discuss each other’s work and also include workshops or conferences, lectures, and are often held in collaboration with other working groups.
The IL WG is a continuation of the International Criminal Law Working Group established in 2002 at the initiative of Prof. Pierre-Marie Dupuy, and is currently supported by Professors Martin Scheinin and Jürgen Kurtz.
Tleuzhan Zhunussova, Harri Ruohomaki, Emma Nyhan, Stavros Pantazopoulos, Maia Titberidze, Birte Book, Leiry Chavez, Ríán Derrig, Francesca Iurlaro, Oscar Lema Bouza, Sergii Masol, Virginia Passalacqua, Pilvi Rämä, Rebecca Shiva Mignot-Mahdavi, Dimitri van den Meersche, Marie-Catherine Petersmann, Margherita Melillo, Tarik Gherbaoui, Gonzalo Larrea, Nico Weber, Mike Videler, Matilda Merenmies, Kerttuli Lingenfelter, Dima Hussain, Sophie Duroy De Suduiraut, Yussef Al Tamimi, Smita Shah, Martin Christensen.
Dr Emilie Hunter, Dr Alexandre Skander Galand, Dr Emmanuel de Groof, Dr James Devaney, Dr Marina Aksenova, Dr François Delerue, Dr Dieneke De Vos.