The Glasgow Centre for International Law and Security holds an exciting range of academic and professional events throughout the year. From research seminars to public lectures, in our activities, we aim to promote an understanding of how international law operates and helps to shape our world and why international legal research is crucial to this endeavour.

International Law as a Profession

CANCELLED! International Law as a Profession- Dr Carlo Cantore, Dispute Settlement Lawyer at WTO and Visiting Lecturer at the University of Antwerp

UNFORTUNATELY THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED. APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE. Our next International Law event of the semester, taking place on Thursday 26 March 2020, will be the next instalment ...

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Book Launch

CANCELLED! Helen Duffy: “Strategic Human Rights Litigation: Understanding and Maximising Impact”- Book Launch

Unfortunately, due to the industrial action on 25th Feb, THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED. We will update our website with an alternative date for it in the near future. Apologies for any inconvenien...

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Talk

‘Whatever Happened to Colonial War?’ and other Thoughts on Race and the Laws of War

We are delighted to invite you to a talk by Dr Rotem Giladi-Sobel, Teaching Fellow in International Law, University of Edinburgh, on the role of race in the modern laws of war. Reading: Rotem Giladi, ...

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ReVisions Seminar Series

ReVisions: ‘Contemporary and Emerging Military Technologies: A Posthuman Feminist Analysis’

At the next session of our ReVisions International Law Series, Emily Jones, Lecturer in Law at University of Essex will be telling us about ‘Contemporary and Emerging Military Technologies: A Po...

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round-table discussion

New “CURRENT ISSUES BRIEFINGS” Series: US—IRAN RELATIONS IN 2020- Round-table Discussion

The killing, on 3 January, of General Qasem Soleimani has further intensified tensions in US-Iranian relations. It has also prompted a global debate about the permissibility of targeted assassinations...

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ReVisions Seminar Series

ReVisions International Law Series: “International Drugs Laws and the Global Colour Line”, 15 January 2020

We are delighted to invite you to the first seminar of the ReVisions International Law Series in 2020, which will take place on 15 January, in the School of Law’s Stair Building. Our speaker will be D...

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