Global Law and Justice Colloquium

Professors Teitel teaches the Global Law and Justice Colloquium, in which scholars from around the world are invited to workshop their works in progress with Professor Teitel and approximately 15 students.

In 2010-11, the following topics and papers were discussed:

  • Nehal Bhuta, New School Global Affairs, Searching for Common Ground, Presented April 20, 2011.
  • Gabriella Blum, Harvard Law School. State’s Crime and Punishment, Presented February 9, 2011.
  • David D. Caron, UC Berkeley School of Law,  Reputation and Reality in the ICSID Annulment Process: Understanding the Distinction Between Annulment and Appeal, ICSID FOREIGN INVESTMENT LAW JOURNAL 7 (1992): 21-56.
 Available here. Presented April 27, 2011.
  • Oona Hathaway & Scott Shapiro, Yale Law School.  Outcasting: Enforcement in Domestic and International Law, 121 Yale L.J. (Draft November 3, 2010; forthcoming 2011)  Draft available here.  Presented February 19, 2011.
  • Robert Howse, NYU Law School & Ruti Teitel, New York Law School,  Beyond Compliance: Rethinking Why International Law Really Matters, Global Policy Volume 1, Issue 2. May 2010.  Available here,  Presented March 2, 2011.
  • Frank Munger, New York Law School,  Renee Rivas. and Julie Kottakis. Trafficking in Law: How Local Human Rights Advocates Negotiate Means and Meaning.  Presented March 16, 2011.
  • Kerry Rittich, University of Toronto, Black Sites: Locating the Family and Family Law in Development, American Journal of Comparative Law, Volume 58, Number 4, Fall 2010, 1023. Presented March 30, 2011.
  • Chantal Thomas, Cornell Law School, Law and Neoclassical Economic Development in Theory and Practice: Toward an Institutionalist Critique of Institutionalism 96 Cornell L.Rev. 967. Available here. Presented April 13, 2011.
  • Matthew C. Waxman, Columbia Law School, Regulating Resort to Force: Form and Substance of the UN Charter Regime.  Presented March 9, 2011.
  • Ralph Wilde, University College London, NYU visiting professor, The Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Law: Selected Issues.  Presented April 6, 2011.

2012 Schedule:

  • Feb. 1:  Hari Osofsky, Minnesota Law School
  • Feb. 8:  Tai-Heng Cheng, New York Law School
  • Feb. 15:  Rob Howse, NYU Law School/ Ruti Teitel, New York Law School
  • Feb. 22:  Thomas Lee, Fordham Law School
  • Feb. 29:  Prof. Lung-Chu Chen, New York Law School
  • March 7:  Tai-Heng Cheng, New York Law School
  • March 21:  Robert Sloane; Boston University Law School
  • April 4:  Ralph Wilde, University College London (UCL), University of London
  • April 11:  Doron Teichman, Hebrew University
  • April 18:  William Burke-White, University of Pennsylvania Law School
  • April 25:  Harlan Cohen, University of Georgia Law School