Transnational Litigation Events at the 2024 ASIL Annual Meeting


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On April 3-6, the American Society of International Law will hold its 118th Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.  There are several events that may be of particular interest to TLB readers.

The International Law in Domestic Courts Interest Group (which Maggie and Bill co-chair) will hold a panel on Comparative Perspectives on Extraterritoriality on Thursday, April 4, 2:00-3:00. Hannah Buxbaum will moderate a panel with Matteo Gatti, Danielle Ireland-Piper, and Angela Zhang, who will offer perspectives on extraterritoriality from outside the United States.

The Private International Law Interest Group will have a fireside chat with Ronald Brand, Sarah Prosser (State Department), and Carlos Vázquez discussing recent developments in private international law.

Other events related to transnational litigation include:

Accountability or Imperialism? From Terrorism to Territorial Torts

Deep Inside a Parallel Universe: Multimodal Dispute Resolution

Business and Human Rights Disputes: Challenges and Opportunities

Private Lawfare:  International Arbitration, Global Litigation and Armed Conflict

By Peaceful Means: International Adjudication and Arbitration – Essays in Honour of David D. Caron

Twelfth Annual Charles N. Brower Lecture: Process and Adjudication (with Judge Rosemary Barkett, Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal

You can search for others by going to the Program and clicking on “Filters,” then “Category,” and selecting Track 2 (Transnational Litigation, Arbitration, and Dispute Resolution) or Track 3 (International Trade, Investment, Finance, and Tax).