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On 29 March 2017, Emilie Gonin participated in the Geneva Talks on Foreign Investment in Africa organised by the University of Geneva.  The event was moderated by Hamed El-Kady of UNCTAD and was attended by students, diplomats, practicing lawyers...
Emilie Gonin debates the future of investment treaty arbitration
On 13 March 2017, Emilie Gonin participated in a debate on the Future of Investment Treaty arbitration organised by Ciarb YMG together with students from Sciences Po’s “Economic Litigation and Arbitration” Master’s course hosted by White & Case...
Steven Powles and Tatyana Eatwell have been invited by Kingsley Napley solicitors to speak in the first of a series of international criminal law lectures titled 'The Future on International Criminal Law and Human Rights in Armed Conflict'.
Steven Powles represented Aime Kilolo, a lawyer who acted as an advisor to the ex-vice-president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Jean-Pierre Bemba. 
The European Union Select Committee of the House of Lords today published its report on the impact of Brexit on the Crown Dependencies. It calls upon Government to remember its responsibilities to the Isle of Man, as well as the Bailiwicks of Jersey...
Doughty Street International published its first International Law Bulletin. This will be a quarterly bulletin with the aim of keeping you up to date with some of the most interesting developments in international law, and to share with you our...
As reported in The Brief, the daily legal news update from The Times, Kirsty Brimelow QC has been quoted in relation to a letter she wrote with the Bar Human Rights Committee to the Constitutional Court of Turkey about its lack of hearing any cases...
In December 2016, the Supreme Court of Germany authorised the issuance of an arrest warrant against an ISIS commander who is allegedly responsible for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity perpetrated against the Yazidi minority in Syria...
Doughty Street Chambers was deeply saddened to hear the news of the death of Professor Sir Nigel Rodley, an academic member of Doughty Street Chambers, and one of the giants of human rights law.



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