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The ICJ, the United Nations system and the rule of law

Photograph of Judge Rosalyn HigginsJudge Rosalyn Higgins, president of the International Court of Justice (ICJ),  will give a public lecture on the international dimensions of human rights at LSE on Monday 13 November. Click here to download a transcript of this event| (PDF)

Judge Rosalyn Higgins has been president of the International Court of Justice since February 2006. She has been a member of the Court since 1995 and, prior to this, was professor of international law at LSE.

The event will be chaired by Christopher Greenwood, professor of international law at the LSE

The ICJ, the United Nations system and the Rule of Law' is on Thursday 9 November at 6.30pm in The Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE, Houghton Street, London WC2A. The event is free and open to all however a ticket is required. All tickets have now been allocated but click here| for details of the returns queue which will be in operation on the night

Ends

  • General tickets: all tickets have now been allocated but click here for details of the returns queue which will be in operation on the night
  • Press tickets: To request a press ticket, please contact Jessica Winterstein, LSE Press Office, on 020 7955 7060 or email j.winterstein@lse.ac.uk 

Notes

This event is part of the United Nations at 60 - relic or relevant? lecture series that is hosted jointly by LSE's Centre for the Study of Global Governance, Development Studies Institute, International Relations department, the Ralph Miliband Programme and supported by LSE's Annual Fund and is also part of the LSE Law Department and Clifford Chance in conjunction with JUSTICE: The Rule of Law series.

6 November 2006

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