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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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