The panelists will address, from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, the contentious interplay between IHL and IHRL.
Here is the full program:
8:30am - Breakfast (ASIL Tillar House)
9:00am - Introduction - Donald Childress (Pepperdine) Chair, ASIL ILTIG
9:15am - Panel 1: Investigating the Tension Between IHRL and IHL
- Naz K. Modirzadeh (Brookings & Harvard): Folk International Law
- Marko Milanovic (Nottingham & Michigan): Rethinking the Relationship Between IHL and IHRL
- Jonathan Horowitz (Open Society Justice Initiative): Ending the Global War: The Power of Human Rights in a Time of Unrestrained Armed Conflict
11:15am - Coffee
11:30am - Panel 2: Morality and Legality at War
- Adil Haque (Rutgers): Laws for War
- Brian Orend (Waterloo): Post-War Vacuum: Filling a Law-of-War Gap with Human Rights Values
1:00pm - Lunch
2pm - Panel 3: New Approaches to Armed Conflict
- Janina Dill (Oxford): Forcible Alternatives to War: Legitimate Violence in 21st Century International Relations
- John Dehn (Loyola): Whither International Martial Law?
- Jens Ohlin (Cornell): Acting as a Sovereign versus Acting as a Belligerent
4:00pm - Coffee
4:15pm - Open Forum (All panelists and comments from audience)
5:30pm - Closing comments: Jens Ohlin (Cornell)
The event is co-sponsored by Cornell Law School.
For more information, email Jens Ohlin at email@example.com.