TRICI-Law Podcast Series

By TRICI-Law

TRICI-Law (The Rules of Interpretation of Customary International Law) is an ERC-funded project based in the University of Groningen, Netherlands.

  1. 1.
    Panel 5.2.3 / Nikolaos Voulgaris / The Genesis of Customary International Law through the International Law Commission; Disentangling lex ferenda from lex lata
    16:27
  2. 2.
    Panel 5.2.2 / Letizia Lo Giacco / Eureka! On Courts’ Discretion in ‘Ascertaining’ Rules of Customary International Law
    14:29
  3. 3.
    Panel 5.2.1 / Vladyslav Lanovoy / The Role of International Courts and Tribunals in the Treatment of Customary International Law: A Plea for Greater Methodological Rigour
    16:14
  4. 4.
    Panel 5.1.4 / Marina Fortuna / Interpretation of Customary International Law: You Know It When You See It?
    13:57
  5. 5.
    Panel 5.1.3 / Kostiantyn Gorobets / Practical Reasoning and Interpretation of Customary International Law
    16:21
  6. 6.
    Panel 5.1.2 / Mariana Clara de Andrade / Identification of and Resort to Customary International Law by the WTO Appellate Body
    10:10
  7. 7.
    Panel 5.1.1 / Riccardo di Marco / Customary International Law: a Foreword to Identification v. Interpretation
    15:51
  8. 8.
    Panel 4.2.4 / Nina Mileva / Old, New, Borrowed, or Blue: How can we Learn from the Interpretive Practices of Domestic Courts?
    15:16
  1. 9.
    Panel 4.2.3 / Gerard Hoogers / Customary International Law as a Tool for Federal Dispute Settlement: the Surprising Relevance of Customary International Law for the Domestic Legal Order in Germany and Austria
    16:13
  2. 10.
    Panel 4.2.2 / Luigi Crema / Once You Reach the Top of a Positivized Legal System, Customary Law Emerges Again. Hints from the Italian Constitutional Court
    18:42
  3. 11.
    Panel 4.2.1 / Cedric Ryngaert / From Customary Law Ascertainment to Interpretation: the Role of Domestic Courts
    18:51
  4. 12.
    Panel 4.1.4 / Fabian Augusto Cárdenas Castañeda / Interpreting CIL as an Argumentative Construct
    15:20
  5. 13.
    Panel 4.1.3 / Orfeas Chasapis-Tassinis / Interpreting State Practice and Interpreting the Rules of Customary International Law: Practical Relevance and Theoretical Reflection
    17:27
  6. 14.
    Panel 4.1.2 / John R Morss / The Interpretation of Customary International Law: Some Questions
    16:38
  7. 15.
    Panel 4.1.1 / Panos Merkouris / The Viability of and Need for Interpretation of Customary International Law
    18:31
  8. 16.
    Panel 3.2.4 / Zhuo Liang / The Practice of Non-state Armed Groups and the Formation of Customary International Humanitarian Law: Towards a Direct Relevance?
    16:43
  9. 17.
    Panel 3.2.3 / Maiko Meguro / Behind the Fiction of Opinio Juris: the Actors that Actually Create International Law
    16:14
  10. 18.
    Panel 3.2.2 / Machiko Kanetake / Critical Analysis of the Formation of Customary International Security Law
    16:38
  11. 19.
    Panel 3.2.1 / Catherine Brölmann / Is the Classical Paradigm of State Practice and Opinio Juris Still Valid Today?
    15:07
  12. 20.
    Panel 3.1.4 / Markus P. Beham / State Interest and Customary International Law – Identifying Custom Through International Relations
    16:22
  13. 21.
    Panel 3.1.3 / Frederick Cowell / Can Customary International Law emerge from Universal Periodic Review recommendations? A Democratic-Constructivist Theory
    16:00
  14. 22.
    Panel 3.1.2 / Anna Irene Baka / The Phenomenology of Absence in Customary International Law
    16:08
  15. 23.
    Panel 3.1.1 / David Howard / An Alternate Theory of Customary International Law
    4:25
  16. 24.
    Panel 2.2.3 / Asif Hameed / Particular vs General Rules: A Major Faultline for Customary International Law
    18:35
  17. 25.
    Panel 2.2.2 / Max H. Mayer / Law and its Other: The Making of Customary International Law
    16:22
  18. 26.
    Panel 2.2.1 / Andreas Føllesdal / Whence the Legitimate Authority of Customary International Law: to Honor State Consent, or Legitimate Expectations – or Both?
    17:08
  19. 27.
    Panel 2.1.4 / Andreas Hadjigeorgiou / Beyond Formalism: Reviving the Legacy of Sir Henry Maine for Customary International Law
    17:13
  20. 28.
    Panel 2.1.3 / Timothy William Waters / Tools to Match Desire: Customary International Law’s Plastic Hypocrisy
    9:48
  21. 29.
    Panel 2.1.2 / Francesca Iurlaro / The Fiction of Customary International Law: an Historical and Theoretical Perspective
    12:24
  22. 30.
    Panel 2.1.1 / Noora Arajärvi / Misinterpreting Customary International Law: Corrupt Pedigree or Self-fulfilling Prophecy?
    14:52
  23. 31.
    Panel 1.0.4 / Romel Regalado Bagares / Enkapsis and the Development of Customary International Law: A Dooyeweerdian Approach
    15:15
  24. 32.
    Panel 1.0.3 / Diego Mejía-Lemos / Customary International Law and the Regulation of the Sources of International Law
    16:05
  25. 33.
    Panel 1.0.2 / Jean d’Aspremont / The Four Lives of Customary International Law
    15:19
  26. 34.
    Panel 1.0.1 / Jörg Kammerhofer / The Theory of Customary International Law after the ILC Project: Between Pragmatism and Disenchantment
    14:09

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