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 Time Session
 
Venue
9:30 - 9:45
Registration and teas & coffees
The Atrium, School of Law

 
9:45 - 10:00
Welcome
10:00 - 10:10
Transit to presentation rooms
10:10 - 11:30

 
Parallel Panel 1

Judging in Intellectual Property Matters

Chair: Sabine Jacques, University of Nottingham

Discussant: Dr Andrea Tosato, University of Nottingham

Judging Online Re-creation Culture in the 21st Century

Khanuengnit Khaosaeng, Queen Mary University of London

Role of Female Judges in the Lower Courts: A Case Study of the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court Small Claims Track (TBC)
Sheona Mary Lockhart Burrow, University of Glasgow
 
A1 Law and Social Sciences Building (LASS)
Parallel Panel 2

Public Law 1

Chair: Auriane Botte, University of Nottingham

Discussant: Professor Stephen Bailey, President of the Society of Legal Scholars

Judging in the 21st Century: Human Rights Between Universalism, Pluralism and Constitutional Democracy

Christos Tsevas, University of Strasbourg (France)

Parliamentary Sovereignty, The Rule of Law and the English Judge
Krystof Turek, University College London
 
A2 LASS
11:30 - 11:40
Break
11:40 - 13:00

 
Parallel Panel 3


Judging Constitutions

Chair: Rossella Pulvirenti, University of Nottingham

Discussant: Professor Stephen Bailey, President of the Society of Legal Scholars

Egyptian Judiciary: From Compromised Independence to Rogue Autonomy

Ahmed El-Sayed, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)

Judging the Caribbean Court of Justice
Matthew Gayle, University of Birmingham


A1 LASS
13:00 - 14:00
Lunch
14:00 - 15:20

 
Parallel Panel 4

Judging the Criminal Justice Process

Chair: Angelika Reichstein, University of Nottingham

Discussant: Professor Paul Roberts, University of Nottingham

The Variations in the Notion of a Tribunal According with Tiers of Summary Criminal Processes: A Comparison Between the United Kingdom and Vietnam

Tien Dat Bui, Macquarie University (Australia)

Respective the Private Lives of Those Subject to the Criminal Justice Process: How is Article 8(1) Engaged in Surveillance and Data Retention Cases?
Joe Purshouse, University of Nottingham

A1 LASS
Parallel Panel 5

Judging in the EU

Chair: Richard Watkins, University of Nottingham

Discussant: Dr Julia Schmidt, University of Nottingham

21st century judgements of the Court of Justice of the EU regarding the recognition of professional qualifications: Much ado about nothing or much ado about something?

Soultana Maria Tsagka, University of Surrey

Consumer Standards in the Unfair Commercial Practice Directive: Can Behavioural Economics Serve as an Interpretative Tool for Judges?
Eleni Kaprou, University of Nottingham
A2 LASS
15:20 - 15:45
Break - Tea and Coffee
15:45 - 17:45

 
Parallel Panel 6

Judging Beyond the Courts

Chair: Marc Wesley, University of Nottingham

Discussant: Professor Mary Footer, University of Nottingham

The Rise of International Arbitration as a Challenge to Judging: A Fresh Look

Agnieszka Ason, Free University of Berlin (Germany)

Criteria for Judging in the WTO Regime: Changing Themes in Multilateral Trade Negotiations

Luyao Che, University of Nottingham

The People as the Judge of a Way Forward for Oil and Gas Investment and Development in the 21st Century
Piti Eiamchamroonlarp, University of Aberdeen
 

A1 LASS
Parallel Panel 7

Judging International Justice

Chair: Hemi Mistry, University of Nottingham

Discussant: Professor Olympia Bekou, University of Nottingham

The Emerging Customary Crime of Terrorism under International Law: An Examination of how Domestic Criminal Law Influenced the Special Tribunal for Lebanon’s Interlocutory Decision

Anna Marie Brennan, University College, Cork (Ireland)

Judging in the 21st Century: the challenges posed on the international judge with regard to the material breach of a treaty

Maria Xiouri, Queen Mary, University of London

One Step Forward, Two Steps Backwards: A General Analysis of the US Supreme Court’s Decisions in the ‘Enemy Combatants’ Cases
Masoud Zamani, University of Nottingham
 
A2 LASS
18:00 - 18:45
Keynote Speech
Title TBC
Professor Alan Paterson, University of Strathclyde
B63 LASS
19:00 onwards
Conference Dinner for Speakers and Discussants
The Orchard Hotel, University Park Campus
 

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