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Video of Thomas Franck Lecture by Samantha Besson, 16 May 2022

Watch the video of the lecture "The Public/Private Relation and International Law" here.

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Video of Thomas Franck Lecture by Benedict Kingsbury, 22 September 2022

Watch the video of the lecture "Updating the International Law Endowment in the Era of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence" here.

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Public Event: Thomas Franck Lecture by Professor Benedict Kingsbury

On 22 September 2022, the Research Group will host a Thomas Franck Lecture by Professor Benedict Kingsbury on "Updating the International Law Endowment in the Era of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence".

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Prof. Dr. Benedict Kingsbury

Prof. Dr. Benedict Kingsbury
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Profile: Short CV & Select Publications

Short CV:

Professor Benedict Kingsbury, originally from New Zealand, is Vice Dean of New York University (NYU) Law School, Director of the Institute for International Law and Justice (IILJ), and leads NYU's Guarini Global Law & Tech initiative. He served as co-editor in Chief of the American Journal of International Law, and is a convener of the Oxford University Press Law and Global Governance book series. His edited works in that series include Megaregulation Contested: Global Economic Governance After TPP (2019), and Governance by Indicators: Global Power through Quantification and Rankings. His earlier writings range across history of international law, indigenous peoples issues, inter-state and investment arbitration, the United Nations, global administrative law, and global environmental issues. His current work and NYU courses focus especially global data law; infrastructure, rights and regulation; hybrid and private governance; law and global ordering projects; and international legal approaches to planetary and space issues. He will deliver the Lauterpacht Lectures at Cambridge University in November 2022.

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