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.


Arthur Ripstein’s ‘Kant and the Law of War’: A Symposium

Organised jointly by Glasgow Legal Theory and the Glasgow Centre for International Law and Security, the symposium celebrates the new publication, ‘Kant and the Law of War’, by Prof Arthur...

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International Law as a Profession

International Law as a Profession: Dr Vladislav Lanovoy, International Court of Justice

The first speaker of our International Law as a Profession series in 2019-2020 will be Dr Vladyslav Lanovoy, Associate Legal Officer at the International Court of Justice. Speaker’s Bio Dr Vlady...

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Doctoral Workshop on Method in International Legal Research

The Glasgow Centre for International Law and Security of Glasgow Law School and the Edinburgh Institute for International and Global Law of Edinburgh Law School will convene a doctoral workshop on ‘Me...

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ReVisions Seminar Series

ReVisions Inaugural Annual Lecture: Cold War International Law

You are warmly invited to attend the ReVisions Inaugural Annual Lecture ‘Cold War International Law’ – a conversation with Prof Sundhya Pahuja (Melbourne) and Prof Gerry Simpson (LSE...

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Visions of Global Order, 1919: Peace, Law and Security after the First World War

The ‘Great War’ of 1914-18 has dominated academic and popular debate over the past decade. Yet post-war attempts at peace-making may yield more important insights and lessons for contempor...

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Glasgow Law Postgraduate Conference 2019

The University of Glasgow School of Law is holding their postgraduate conference on Tuesday 28 May. The conference is organised by the Legal Theory, International Law and Law Reform Research Groups. P...

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