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

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LSE Public Lecture

Date: Monday 13 November 2006
Time: 6.30pm
Venue
: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Judge Rosalyn Higgins
Discussant: Dr Chaloka Beyani
Chair
: Professor Christopher Greenwood

Judge Rosalyn Higgins is President of the International Court of Justice (ICJ), a position she has held since February 2006. She has been a member of the Court since 1995. Prior to this Judge Higgins was Professor of International Law at LSE.

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 Annual Fund and is also part of the LSE Law Department| and Clifford Chance in conjunction with JUSTICE|: The Rule of Law series.

The next event in the UN series will take place on Tuesday 21 November. Sir Richard Jolly will present a lecture entitled 'Power without glory: UN contributions to economic and social thinking and practice|'.

The next event in the Rule of Law series will take place on Wednesday 22 November. Lord Justice Laws will present a lecture entitled 'The Rule of Law - Form and Substance|'.

Transcript

The ICJ, the United Nations system and the Rule of Law| (PDF)

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