Palkhivala Quiz on Public International Law (PQPIL) might be held as a part of the centenary birth celebrations of Nani Palkhivala in November in New Delhi.
Dates: 9th-tenth November 2019
The objective is to stimulate an intensive look at public worldwide law and thereby promote the notions of democracy, rule of law and worldwide participation. This will accord greater focus on global establishments and regimes established for worldwide relations and agreement of disputes.
Undergraduate students beneath 23 years of age as on January 2020, are eligible to take part.
Each group to include college students.
Participation is restrained to five teams from India and forty-five teams from abroad who’re first to check in.
Prizes totaling 16k USD would be awarded to individual and team winners.
9th November 2019
Objective type multiple choice check of ninety minutes’ length with 100 questions.
Negative marks for incorrect answers.
Three individual contributors getting highest marks will be awarded prizes.
tenth November 2019.
Six pinnacle groups scoring maximum marks inside the written check to participate.
On 2nd April 2019, the Institute for the Study of European Laws (ISEL) and the Institute for Law and Global Affairs (ILAG), convened by the ISEL’s Dr Adrienne Yong and Professor Elaine Fahey of ISEL, held a lively event attended by a significant number of staff, student and specialist lawyers on the state of play in the Brexit negotiations.
In an evening seminar, six City experts of European and Public International law, including in a range of sub-specialities of human rights, competition law, public law, international relations and dispute settlement, reflected on the Brexit state of play in national and international matters: Dr Adrienne Yong (Human Rights); Dr Andriani Kalintiri (Competition Law); Sir Alan Dashwood QC (External Relations); Professor Panos Koutrakos (International Agreements); Dr Jed Odermatt (Dispute Settlement) and Professor Elaine Fahey (International Relations). The panels were chaired by Professor Philippa Watson QC and Sir Dashwood QC.
In two panels, the speakers focussed on formulating the state of play and recent developments.
The event also highlighted three new Hart research monographs of the academic staff of City Law School, Dr. Adrienne Yong, Dr. Andriani Kalintiri and Dr. Sabrina Germain, all currently working on Brexit related sub-themes (human rights, competition law, and health care law respectively).
A lively twitter thread and photographs of all the proceedings on 2 April can be found on: