PhD defence: "An analysis of the ECtHR and the CJEU, focussing on the question whether these constitute exceptions to, or have contributed to a change in the formal structure of international law”

To complete the PhD study programme in Law, PhD student Astrid Kjeldgaard-Pedersen presents her PhD thesis, giving a public lecture followed by a defence.

2012.11.12 | Jonna Bente Kjær

Date Fri 30 Nov
Time 13:00 16:00
Location Auditorium 275, bldg. 1342

The subject of the lecture is:

An analysis of the ECtHR and the CJEU, focussing on the question whether these constitute exceptions to, or have contributed to a change in the formal structure of international law

The thesis is titled:

The International Legal Persona-lity of Individuals – A study of the Correlation between Theory and Practice


Assessment committee:

  • PhD, LL.M. Ole Spiermann, Bruun & Hjejle, Copenhagen
  • Profesor, Dr. André Nollkämper, Faculty of Law, University of Amsterdam
  • Professor, PhD Tine Sommer, Department of Law, Aarhus University

Time & place:

Firday, 30 November 2012, 13:00
in Auditorium 275, bldg. 1342, Aarhus University, the University Park, DK-8000 Aarhus C

Reception:

Following the lecture, the Department will host a reception in the Department of Political Science staff lounge, bldg. 1331.


Further information:

For further information, please visit til Astrid Kjledgaard-Pedersen's staff profile: au.dk/en/akp@jura

The lecture is open anybody interested

 

PhD defense, Aarhus BSS, Society and politics