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“Changing Conceptions of Regime Interaction – and of Interdisciplinarity,”
at European Society of International Law 10th Anniversary Conference, “International Law and …,” University of Vienna. September, 2014.
“Old Approaches to New Developments: Should International Organizations be Subject to “Public Law,”
at conference on Rethinking the Boundaries of Public Law and Public Space, European University Institute, Florence Italy. June, 2014.
“Mapping a Hidden World of International Regulatory Cooperation,”
at conference on New Approaches to International Regulatory Cooperation, NYU School of Law. February, 2014.
“How to Avoid Regime Collisions,”
at Contested Collisions, University of Bremen, Germany. January, 2014.
“The Puzzle of International Judicial Dissent,”
at workshop on Forgotten Practices in International Law, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. January, 2014.
“New Trends in International Economic Law Scholarship,”
at ASIL International Economic Law Interest Group Junior Scholars Forum, the Wharton School. November, 2013.
“Judging the ICC: Torture, Deterrence, and the Uncertain Significance of Statistics,”
at Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, University of Pennsylvania Law School. October, 2013.
“After the (Second) Honeymoon: The Future of Interdisciplinary IL/IR Research,”
at World Trade Institute, University of Bern. June, 2013.
“Footloose and Duty Free? Reflections on European Union – Antidumping Measures on Certain Footwear from China,”
at WTO Case Law 2013, European University Institute, Florence, Italy. June, 2013.
“The Politics, Promise and Perils of Interdisciplinarity: The Curious Case of International Law and International Relations,”
keynote at The Power of Legality: The Practices of International Law and their Politics, European University Institute, Florence, Italy. May, 2013.
“From Interdisciplinarity to Counterdisciplinarty: Is There Madness in Martti’s Method?”
at Engaging the Writings of Martti Koskenniemi, Temple University Beasley School of Law. April, 2013.
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