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The conference will see over 150
international and comparative law experts gather to examine the role of the
individual as a participant in the legal process, including a welcome by Sir
Elihu Lauterpacht, a keynote speech by Professor James Crawford SC and a
special address note by Professor Philippe Sands QC. Eminent speakers, young
academics and practitioners will discuss the role of the individual from a
general international law, human rights law, criminal law, investment law and
international procedural law perspective. Attendees will have the opportunity
to ask questions and engage in further stimulating debate.
To register now (and to take
advantage of our early bird rates, which are valid until 1 April) as well as to
view the full conference programme, please visit here.