An all-day conference exploring issues associated with state accountability under private, public and international law, organised by the LSE Department of Law in partnership with Hebrew University and the University of Toronto.
The accountability of states for unlawful actions they commit or wrongful losses they inflict presents theoretical and practical challenges. For instance, the applicability of certain doctrines is contested; the line between a wrongful or unlawful action, and a permitted one, can be blurry; and procedural hurdles can frustrate potential claims.
Organisers recieved a significant number of sumbissions.
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Conference Keynote Speaker
Professor Donal Nolan will give the keynote address.
Donal Nolan is Professor of Private Law in the University of Oxford and Francis Reynolds and Clarendon Fellow and Tutor in Law at Worcester College, Oxford. Donal's research is focused primarily on the law of tort, and in particular on the law of negligence, the law of private nuisance and the interface between tort law and public law.
About the Department of Law
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