Fifth Oslo International Law Seminar in Paris «Proportionality in International Courts : Convergence in Law and Method? » (16-17 February 2015, Paris)

Today and Tomorrow, February 16-17, 2015, PluriCourts- The Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order and the Centre Franco-Norvégien en sciences sociales et humaines (FMSH) will hold a seminar on «Proportionality in International Courts : Convergence in Law and Method?» in Paris (Le France, Salle CNRS 638).

The seminar comprises the following sessions-panels :

  • Introductory Panel : Proportionality as a general principle of (international) law,
  • Second Session : The Different Roles Played by Proportionality in International Law,
  • Second Session : The Different Roles Played by Proportionality in International Law (CONT.)
  • Third Session : European and International Economic Law,
  • Fourth Session: Proportionality : The Threat or Saviour of Human Rights?,
  • Fifth Session : The Role of Proportionality in Resolving Conflicts between Regimes of International Law – First Part,
  • The Role of Proportionality in Resolving Conflicts between Regimes of International Law – Second Part,
  • Sixth Session : Assessing Proportionality in Constitutional and Administrative Law.

View the full programme of the seminar here.

Source : FMSH