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International Law and Affairs

International Law and Affairs Group

About us

Seeking to combine insights from both International Law and International Relations scholarship, the International Law and Affairs Group (ILAG) provides a forum for research and discussion for those interested in issues of public international law, broadly defined, at The City Law School.

These include the areas of international human rights, international economic law, and international criminal law. Reflecting its interdisciplinary approach to the study of the subject, the group also collaborates with a number of academics from the Department of International Politics at City University London.

We combine the research expertise and educational excellence of ILAG members to develop thorough and specialised educational courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.

We offer a wide range of elective models available to LLB students and Graduate Entry LLB (GELLB) students. These include Public International Law, Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law, International Economic Law and International Commercial Arbitration. We also run an intensive and specialised LLM programme in Public International Law, using small-group teaching and providing modules in different fields.

Members

Academics

Dr Tawhida Ahmed

Tawhida Ahmed is Reader in Law at The City Law School. Her research interests are in EU law and human rights, specializing in minority rights protection.

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Dr Grietje Baars

Grietje Baars is Reader in Law & Social Change Law at The City Law School. Their interests revolve around the role of capital, and the corporation, in global governance, as well as the nature and effects of corporate power in global society, as exemplified by the study of regulation and resistance in the global supply chain.

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Dr Mauro Barelli

Dr Barelli is Reader in Law at The City Law School. His interests lie in interdisciplinary approaches to the study of minority groups' rights, the right to self-determination, and global justice. He has written extensively on the question of indigenous peoples' rights in international law. Dr Barelli is an associate of the UK Network on Minority and Group Rights, a collaborative project among scholars based primarily in the UK which organises conferences, roundtables and publications on topical issues surrounding the rights of minority groups.

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Professor Paul James Cardwell

Professor Paul James Cardwell is a Professor of Law at The City Law School. Paul’s main research areas are EU External Relations and Migration.

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Professor David Collins

Professor David Collins is a Professor in Law at The City Law School. He is a Fellow of the Institute for Globalisation and International Regulation at Maastricht University, a Visiting Professor at Esade Law School and a Current Development Editor for the Manchester Journal of International Economic Law. He has been a Visiting Fellow at the Institute of International Economic Law of Georgetown University and at Columbia University Law School as well as a number of other academic institutions.

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Dr Tom Davies

Dr Davies is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of International Politics. His researches focuses on international non-governmental organizations, global civil society and transnational history. He runs the Project on the Evolution of International Non-Governmental Organizations.

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Dr Carmen Draghici

Dr Carmen Draghici is Reader in Law at The City Law School. Her research interests concern the practice of the European Court of Human Rights, domestic, EU and UN counter-terrorism regimes, and the responsibility of States and international organisations for breaches of human rights and humanitarian law. She has authored several scholarly articles and chapters published in UK, US and European journals and edited collections. Her current projects include developments in the international guarantees for the protection of the family life of cohabitees, same-sex couples and transgender persons.

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Sandhya Drew

Sandhya Drew is a Senior Lecturer in the Bar Professional Training Course at The City Law School. She has a long history of practicing in national and international employment and public law and is a CEDR Qualified Mediator specialising in workplace and sports disputes.

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Professor Elaine Fahey

Professor Elaine Fahey is Jean Monnet Chair of Law & Transatlantic Relations and Professor of Law at the Institute for the Study of European Law (ISEL).

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Dr Sabrina Germain

Dr Sabrina Germain is a Senior Lecturer in the Law School at City, University of London. Her research interests lie in the many connections between law and public policy. More particularly, Dr Germain is interested in the interaction between the public and private sector and the influence of private entities on the law-making process.

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Dr Ioannis Kalpouzos

Dr Ioannis Kalpouzos is Lecturer in Law at The City Law School. His research focuses on the areas of the Law of Armed Conflict and International Criminal Law but also includes various aspects of General Public International Law.

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Dr Mazen Masri

Co-convenor - Dr Mazen Masri is Lecturer in Law at The City Law School. His research focuses on the interaction between law and broader social, political and economic questions, in particular the legal aspects of the Israeli-Arab conflict.

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Dr Jed Odermatt (co-convenor)

Dr Jed Odermatt is a Lecturer at the City Law School, City, University of London. His research interests include public international law, the law of international organizations, and EU external relations law.

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Katherine Reece Thomas

Katherine Reece Thomas is Reader in Law at The City Law School. Her research interests include public international law and company law. She is an expert on the law of state immunity.

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Dr Laust Schouenborg

Dr Laust Schouenborg is a Lecturer in International Relations (Security) at the Department of International Politics. His research interests revolve around different historical dimensions of international relations, drawing mainly on the English School approach to IR.

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Dr Geoffrey Swenson

Dr Geoffrey Swenson is a Senior Lecturer in International Politics (Security). His research focuses on issues related to post-conflict reconstruction, democracy and the rule of law, legal pluralism, international relations theory, and foreign aid.

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Dr Daniel Wilsher

Dan Wilsher is a Senior Lecturer in Law at The City Law School. Dan was a member of the Law Society Panel on immigration law and has conducted important cases in this field up to Court of Appeal level. He researches in the fields of public, competition, energy, EU and immigration law. Daniel's book on detention of immigrants, to be published by Cambridge University Press in 2011, will be the first study of this important issue. He is currently engaged in a project looking at the interaction of competition and climate policies in European Law.

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Dr Andrew Wolman (co-convenor)

Andrew Wolman joined City Law School as a Lecturer in Law in September 2018. Dr Wolman’s research is focused on the development of refugee law and policy in East Asia, the international response to North Korean human rights violations, and the right to leave in the context of irregular migration.

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Dr Aldo Zammit Borda

Aldo is a Reader in Law at City, University of London. He previously served as Director of the Centre for Access to Justice and Inclusion at Anglia Ruskin University. His research focus lies in the area of International Criminal Justice.

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Affiliated Research Students

Alexandros-Catalin Bakos

Alexandros's research focuses on the interaction between international investment law and arbitration and economic sanctions. His thesis will focus on three aspects of this interaction.

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Annabel Beales

Annabel is undertaking research for her thesis titled "The suitability of interests-based and values-based approaches to FPIC consultation".

Anna Evangelidi

Anna is undertaking research for her thesis titled "Is the law of armed conflict (LOAC) out of step with unmanned weapons technologies?"

Aminah Karim

Aminah’s thesis explores the atrocities committed during Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971 and why such atrocities were not identified as a formal genocide by the international community.

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Zulker Nayeen

Zulker Nayeen's research focuses on how the competition between investor’s right to profit generation and host country’s expectation to uphold their sustainable development policies can be systematically resolved in investor-state arbitration.

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Andrea Pelliconi

Andrea Pelliconi is a PhD researcher at City, University of London. Her research focuses on violations of human rights caused by demographic engineering and forced migration. She is also specialized in refugee law and asylum.

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Shahd Qannam

Shahd is a PhD researcher at City, University of London. Her research interests lie in the fields of human rights law, refugee law, statelessness law, and international humanitarian law.

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Sahar Sadoughi

Sahar's research focuses on the critical analysis of international legal justice institutions and systems using a background in political philosophy and law. Before commencing her PhD, Sahar completed her Master of Laws at City Law School where her dissertation examined the proceedings addressing the Rohingya Genocide at the International Court of Justice and at the International Criminal Court. Her academic background is in political theory, philosophy, and ethics and supplemented by her Masters at King's College London in Global Ethics as well as a foundation in English Law. In addition to her academic work, Sahar has worked as a legal researcher and translator for various human rights advocacy organisations.

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Events

Upcoming events

The Crime against Humanity of Apartheid: from South Africa to North Korea, Palestine and Myanmar – or: why has nobody been prosecuted (yet)?

3 November 2021, 17:00-18:00

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Presenter: Dr Carola Lingaas, Associate Professor of Law, VID Specialized University (Oslo, Norway)

Chair: Dr Andrew Wolman, City Law School, International Law and Affairs Group

Book Talk: ‘Minorities and the Making of Postcolonial States in International Law’

17 November 2021, 17:00-18:15

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Presenter: Professor Mohammad Shahabuddin, Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham

Discussant: Aminah Karim, City Law School, International Law and Affairs Group

Chair: Dr Andrew Wolman, City Law School, International Law and Affairs Group

General and Complete Disarmament: Contemporary Perspectives on World Peace Through World Law

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Session 1: Reforming the UN for Decisive Action in the Security Field
1st September 2021, 16:00-18:00 UK time

Matthew Bolton – Pace University
Ian Hurd – Northwestern University
Cecilie Hellestveit – Norwegian Academy of International Law

Session 2: The Establishment of a UN Peace Force
15th September 2021, 16:00-17:30 UK time

Chiara Ruffa – Uppsala University
Alexander Gilder – Royal Holloway, London
Lenneke Sprik – Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Session 3: Making World Courts Fit for General and Complete Disarmament
29th September 2021, 16:00-17:30 UK time

Jason Ralph – University of Leeds
Emilia Justyna Powell – University of Notre Dame
Cecilia Marcela Bailliet – University of Oslo

Session 4: General and Complete Disarmament as a Near Term Objective Without UN Reform
13th October 2021, 16:00-17:30 UK time

Henrietta Wilson – University of Bristol
Clara Portela – University of Valencia
Benoît Pelopidas – Sciences Po
Dan Plesch – SOAS


Past events 2020-21

Book Launch - ‘The Interplay between the EU's Return Acquis and International Law’ by Tamás Molnár

5.00pm - 6.15pm,  16th June 2021

Discussants: Professor Paul James Cardwell, University of Strathclyde, Professor Elspeth Guild, Queen Mary, University of London
ChairDr Andrew Wolman, City Law School, International Law and Affairs Group

Legal Justifications for Gender Parity on the Bench of the International Court of Justice

5.00pm - 6.00pm, Wednesday 26th May 2021

SpeakerJessica Corsi, City Law School and City's Violence and Society Centre
ChairJed Odermatt, City Law School
DiscussantJ. Jarpa Dawuni, Associate Professor of Political Science at Howard University

Making and Unmaking the Post-colonial State – Kashmir as the Wild Zone of Sovereignty

5.00pm - 6.15pm, Wednesday 28th April 2021

Speaker: Rohini Sen, Jindal Global Law School, O.P Jindal Global University
ChairJed Odermatt, City Law School

Webinar: Human Rights, Poverty, and Capitalism: Exploring the Value of an Institutionalist Approach

5.00pm - 6.15pm  Wednesday 17th March 2021

Speaker: Dr Anna Chadwick, University of Glasgow
Discussant: Dr Grietje Baars, Reader in Law & Social Change, City Law School
ChairJed Odermatt, City Law School

Webinar: The Litigation of Community Interests before the ICJ: From Belgium v. Senegal to The Gambia v. Myanmar

5.00pm - 6.15pm  Wednesday 17th November 2020

Speaker: Dr Marco Longobardo, University of Glasgow
Chair: Jed Odermatt, City Law School
Discussants: Andrea Maria Pelliconi and Aminah Karim (City Law School)

Webinar: The European Union’s External Action and International Law: A View From the Outside

12 Jun 2020

The City Law School, International Law and Affairs Group (ILAG) and the ESIL Interest Group on the EU as a Global Actor will host a webinar on ‘The European Union’s External Action and International Law: A View From the Outside’ on 12 June 2020.

The event will be convened by Jed Odermatt, City Law School, and Ramses A. Wessel, University of Groningen.

Webinar: The Law of Facebook: Borders, Regulation and Global Social Media

15 May 2020

Speakers: Dr. Stephen Allen, Queen Mary University of London School of Law; Professor Elaine Fahey, City Law School, City, University of London; Dr. Kate Klonick, St. Johns University Law School, author of ‘Creating Global Governance for Online Speech: The Development of Facebook’s Oversight Board’, 129 YALE L. J. (forthcoming 2020); Professor Andrew Murray, London School of Economics Law Department; Dr. Jed Odermatt , City, University of London;Dr. Maria Tzanou, Keele University School of Law

A Tale of Two Duties: Comparing the scope and effectiveness of UK and French National Law on Supply Chains and Fundamental Rights

29 January 2020

Speakers: Professeur Sarah Bros, Ms Sandhya Drew

Justice for All, and How to Achieve It

30 October, 2019

Speakers: Sir Geoffrey Nice, QC
Chair: Jed Odermatt, City Law School

How global is cyber law regulation?

16 July, 2019

Speakers: François Delerue, Research Fellow in cyberdefense and international law at the Institute for Strategic Research (Insitut de Recherche Stratégique de l’École Militaire– IRSEM) Paris ‘How International law applies to Cyberspace’ (forthcoming with Cambridge University Press), Russell Buchan, Senior Lecturer in International Law, University of Sheffield , Elaine Fahey, City Law School, Robin Sellers, Barrister, Senior Lecturer and External CPD Consultant, City Law School

Regional Approaches to International law

3 July, 2019

Speakers: Lauri Mälksoo, University of Tartu, Estonia , Wim Muller, Maastricht University, the Netherlands, Mauro Barelli, City Law School, Matthieu Burnay, Queen Mary, University of London, Elizabeth O’Loughlin, City Law School (discussant)
Chair: Jed Odermatt, City Law School

Comparative Methodologies and Global Law

18 June, 2019

Speakers: Veronika Fikfak, University of Cambridge, Liora Lazarus, Universty of Oxford, Jacco Bomhoff, London School of Economics, Elizabeth O’Loughlin, City Law School (Chair)

The Corporation, Law and Capitalism: A Radical Perspective on the Role of Law in the Global Political Economy

16th May 2019

Speakers: Professor Susan Marks, Professor of International Law, Department of Law, LSE; Professor Dan Danielsen, Professor of Law and Faculty Director, Program on the Corporation, Law and Global Society, School of Law, Northeastern University; Dr Emily Jones, Lecturer, School of Law, University of Essex And the author;  Dr Grietje Baars, Senior Lecturer, The City Law School, City, University of London
Chair: Jed Odermatt, City Law School

The National versus the foreigner in South America: 200 Years of Migration and Citizenship Law

10th April 2019

Speaker: Dr Diego Acosta Arcarazo, University of Bristol
Chair: Jed Odermatt, City Law School

Sanctions: Where Next?

13th March 2019

Speaker: Maya Lester QC, Brick Court Chambers
Chair: Jed Odermatt, City Law School

City Law Alumnae Network Panel Discussion about the Practice of Human Rights Law

6th February 2019

Guest Speakers: Antonia Benfield - Doughty Street Chambers, Megan Goulding - Liberty, Keina Yoshida - Doughty Street Chambers and Basmah Sahib - Bindmans LLP

International Courts and the Populist Onslaught: The Case of the European Court of Human Rights

27th February 2019

Speaker: Prof Mikael Rask Madsen, Director, Centre of Excellence for International Courts (iCourts)
Chair: Jed Odermatt, City Law School


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Publications

Browse our latest publications on City Research Online

Below is a selection of publications released by group members:

2021

Collins, D. A. (2021). Canada Minus: How a UK-EU FTA Incorporating the Withdrawal Agreement and Northern Ireland Protocol would be Inferior to CETAInternational Trade Law and Regulation, 27(1), pp. 1-6.

Collins, D. A. (2021). Foreign Investment under the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement: Mitigating Punctuated Equilibrium in Legal Economic Dis-IntegrationManchester Journal of International Economic Law, 18(1), pp. 50-69.

Collins, D. A. , Park, T. J. and Lee, J. H. (2021). A Soft Landing for Developing Countries and Non-Discrimination in Digital Trade: Possible Lessons from Asian CountriesJournal of World Trade, 55(4), pp. 649-665.

Draghici, C. (2021). Assisted dying. In: Loveland, I. (Ed.), British and Canadian Public Law in Comparative Perspective. (pp. 29-74). Hart Publishing. ISBN 9781509931118

Fahey, E. (2021). The European Union as a Digital Trade Actor: The Challenge of Being a Global Leader in Standard-SettingInternational Trade Law and Regulation, 27(2), pp. 155-166.

Fahey, E. (2021). Whither transatlantic trade? The future of institutional solutions EU Law Live (Weekend Edition). *

Fahey, E. and Terpan, F. (2021). Torn between institutionalisation and judicialisation: the demise of the EU-US privacy shieldIndiana Journal of Global Legal Studies,

Germain, S. (2021). The Role of Medical Professionals in Shaping Healthcare Law During COVID-19 (City Law School Research Paper 2021/06). London, UK: The City Law School.

Germain, S. and Yong, A. (2021). Written evidence from the Gender & Sexualities Research Centre (GSRC) at City, University of London for Women’s Health Strategy (City Law School Research Paper 2021/05). London, UK: City Law School.

Howe, M., Reynolds, B., Collins, D. A. and Webber, J. (2021). The Lawyers Advise: UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement – Unfinished Business? (9781916357556). London, UK: Politeia.

Odermatt, J. (2021). Book Review: The battle for international law: South-North perspectives on the decolonization eraLaw Teacher, doi: 10.1080/03069400.2021.1876483

Pelliconi, A. (2021). Unexpected Maritime Crossroads. The ‘duty to rescue’ and the human rights content of the Law of the SeaInternational Review of Human Rights Law(6),

Raha, N. and Baars, G. (2021). “The place of the transfagbidyke is in the revolution”: Queer and trans hirstorical imaginaries in contemporary strugglesThird Text, doi: 10.1080/09528822.2020.1864950

Victoria, R., Lydia, B. and Germain, S. (2021). Law Teacher of the Year 2018 and 2019: in conversation with Lydia Bleasdale and Sabrina GermainThe Law Teacher, doi: 10.1080/03069400.2021.1927574

Wolman, A. and Chung, D. (2021). Human Rights Institutionalisation at the Local Level: A Case Study of Sub-National Human Rights Commissions in KoreaJournal of Human Rights Practice,

2020

Baars, G. (2020). Writing in the time of coronavirusLondon Review of International Law, 8(1), pp. 211-222. doi: 10.1093/lril/lraa014

Banks, D., Cash, B., Collins, D. A. , Howe, M., Lyddon, R., Miller, E., Paterson, O., Reynolds, B., Rotherham, L., Tombs, R., Trimble, D., Webber, J. and Wilson, S. (2020). Replacing the Withdrawal Agreement: How to Ensure the UK Takes Back Control on Exiting the Transition Period. London, UK: Centre for Brexit Policy.

Barelli, M. (2020). Two opposing commitments? Towards a synchronised protection of biodiversity and indigenous peoples’ rightsVölkerrechtsblog: International Law & International Legal Thought,

Collins, D. A. (2020). Deploying WTO Trade Remedies to Combat the Eurozone’s UnfairnessJournal of International Banking Law and Regulation, 35(8), pp. 295-308.

Collins, D. A. (2020). Introduction to the Special Issue on UK-EU-Japan Trade and Economic Relations: The UK’s Post Brexit Trade Landscape: The EU and the Wider WorldInternational Trade Law and Regulation, 20(2), pp. 73-78.

Collins, D. A. (2020). The (Non)Liberalization of Trade in Legal Services in the EU under the WTO GATS and FTAsInternational Trade Law and Regulation, 26(1), pp. 56-70.

Collins, D. A. , Duncan Smith, I., Howe, M. and Miller, E. (2020). The 'Australian Deal': Another Impossible Dream. UK: Centre for Brexit Policy.

Collins, D. A. , Duncan Smith, I., Howe, M., Miller, E. and Reynolds, B. (2020). The EU Deal Unmasked: Twelve Reasons Why the UK Will Fail to Get a Canada-Style Deal. UK: Centre for Brexit Policy.

Collins, D. A. , Howe, M., Maessen, H., Miller, E., Reynolds, B., Wilson, S. and Wood, N. (2020). Using Negotiating Leverage to negotiate a Sovereignty-Compliant Exit from the Transition Period. UK: Centre for Brexit Policy.

Curtis, M., Smith, M., Parmar, I. , Rees, W., Mai'a, K., Cross, D., Moraes, C., Christakis, T., Fahey, E. , Chen, X., Gao, X., Henig, D., Collins, D. A. , Lyons, T., Egan, M. and Shleina, V. (2020). Contemporary Issues in Translantic Relations (City Law School Research Paper 2020/08). London, UK: City Law School, City, University of London.

Draghici, C. and Burton, F. (2020). Fast-Tracking Low-Value Financial Claims in the Family Court. City, University of London.

Fahey, E. (2020). Digital trade and data equivalency: Research briefing for the Welsh parliament. Wales, UK: Welsh Parliament.

Fahey, E. (2020). Future-mapping the directions of European Union (EU) law: how do we predict the future of EU lawJournal of International and Comparative Law, 7(2), pp. 265-286.

Fahey, E. (2020). Future-mapping the directions of European Union (EU) law: how do we predict the future of EU law? (City Law School (CLS) Research Paper No. 2020/04). London: City Law School, City, University of London.

Fahey, E. (2020). Institutionalising EU Cyber Law: Can the EU institutionalise its many subjects and objects? (EIF Working Paper Series 01/2020). Vienna, Austria: Centre for European Integration Research.

Fahey, E. (2020). Introduction: On Framing Convergence of the EU with the Global Legal Order. In: Fahey, E. (Ed.), Framing convergence with the global order: the EU and the world. (pp. 1-22). Sussex, UK: Hart Publishing. ISBN 9781509934379

Fahey, E. and Mancini, I. (2020). The EU as an intentional or accidental convergence actor? Learning from the EU-Japan data adequacy negotiationsInternational Trade Law and Regulation, 26(2), pp. 99-111.

Fahey, E. Mancini, I. , Harrison, J., Suttle, O., Zelazna, E., Garcia, M., Gammage, C., Araujo, B. M., Kuner, C., Yakovleva, S., Ott, A., Moerland, A., Gehrke, T., Farrell, H., Newman, A., Kalypso, N. and Shleina, V. (2020). The EU as a Good Global Actor (City Law School (CLS) Research Paper No. 2020/04). London, UK: City Law School, City, University of London.

Germain, S. (2020). Will COVID-19 Mark the End of an Egalitarian National Health Service? (City Law School Research Paper 2020/05). London, UK: City Law School, City, University of London.

Germain, S. (2020). Will COVID-19 mark the end of an egalitarian NHS?European Journal of Risk Regulation, 11(2), pp. 358-365. doi: 10.1017/err.2020.33

Germain, S. and Yong, A. (2020). COVID-19 highlighting inequalities in access to healthcare in England: a case study of ethnic minority and migrant womenFeminist Legal Studies, doi: 10.1007/s10691-020-09437-z

Germain, S. and Yong, A. (2020). COVID-19 highlighting inequalities in access to healthcare in England: a case study of ethnic minority and migrant women (City Law School Research Paper 2020/12). London, UK: City Law School, City, University of London.

Kalpouzos, I. (2020). Double elevation: Autonomous weapons and the search for an irreducible law of warLeiden Journal of International Law, 33(2), pp. 289-312. doi: 10.1017/S0922156520000114

Kalpouzos, I. (2020). International Criminal Law and the Violence against MigrantsGerman Law Journal, 21(3), pp. 571-597. doi: 10.1017/glj.2020.24

Kassoti, E. and Odermatt, J. (2020). The Principle of Autonomy and International Investment Arbitration: Reflections on Opinion 1/17Questions of International Law, 73, pp. 5-20.

Odermatt, J. (2020). Brexit and International Legal Sovereignty. In: Santos Vara, J. and Wessel, R. A. (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook on the International Dimension of Brexit. . Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Odermatt, J. (2020). Convergence through EU Unilateralism. In: Fahey, E. (Ed.), Framing Convergence with the Global Legal Order: The EU and the World. Modern Studies in European Law. . Hart Publishing. ISBN 9781509934393

Odermatt, J. (2020). The EU’s Economic Engagement with Western Sahara: Assessing the Compatibility of Agreements with International Law. In: Duval, A. and Kassoti, E. (Eds.), The Legality of Economic Activities in Occupied Territories: International, EU Law and Business and Human Rights Perspectives. . London: Routledge. ISBN 9780367254988

Odermatt, J. (2020). Facultative Mixity in the International Legal Order – Tolerating European Exceptionalism? In: Chamon, M. and Govaere, I. (Eds.), Facultative Mixity in the International Legal Order – Tolerating European Exceptionalism? Studies in EU External Relations (16). (pp. 291-316). Leiden: Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-42198-1

Pelliconi, A. and Goldoni, M. (2020). La banalità dei porti chiusi per decreto. Osservazioni sui profili di legittimità del decreto interministeriale 150/2020Diritto, Immigrazione e Cittadinanza, 2/2020, pp. 219-231.

Pelliconi, A.Odermatt, J. and Wessel, R. A. (2020). The European Union’s External Action and International Law: A View From the Outside (2020/02). London, UK: The City Law School.

Shleina, V. Fahey, E. , Klonick, K., Menéndez González, N., Murray, A. and Tzanou, M. (2020). The Law of Facebook: Borders, Regulation and Global Social Media (City Law School (CLS) Research Paper No. 2020/01). London, UK: The City Law School.

Van Kerckhoven, S. and Odermatt, J. (2020). Euro clearing after Brexit: shifting locations and oversightJournal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, doi: 10.1108/JFRC-02-2020-0021

Wolman, A. (2020). Dual Nationality and International Criminal Court JurisdictionJournal of International Criminal Justice, doi: 10.1093/jicj/mqaa062

Zulker Nayeen, M. S. (2020). Social and cultural barriers in accessing civil justice systemThe Daily Star

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