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									                                 MASTER CLASS, 1 September 2005

                Europeanisation of Public International Law:
       The Status of International Law in the EU and its Member States

                    Room A 101, Oudemanhuispoort, Universiteit van Amsterdam


                                                  Program

09h00-09h30:             Registration


09h30-12h30:             Masterclass (I)
                         Pieter-Jan Kuijper (Brussels)


12h30-14h00:             Lunch


14h00-17h00:             Masterclass (II)
                         Jan Wouters (Leuven)


17h00-18h30:             Reception for Masterclass and Conference Participants
                         (Academische Club)



 The event is organized as part of and with the support of the ACIL-Pionier research program on interactions
between international and national law, as well as the research school Ius Commune. It is also sponsored by the
    Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam Center for International Law, the Netherlands Organization for
        Scientific Research (NWO) and the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).
                                 CONFERENCE, 2 September 2005


                  Europeanisation of Public International Law:
         The Status of International Law in the EU and its Member States
                                          Doelenzaal, Amsterdam

                                                  Program

09h00-09h25: Registration

09h25-09h30: Opening
             André Nollkaemper

09h30-10h00: Opening address: The emergence of a European system of public international law
             Bruno de Witte (Florence)

10h00-11h00: The status of international law in the European legal order
             Chair: Deidre Curtin (Utrecht)
             Reporters: Pieter-Jan Kuijper (Brussels); Christian Tietje (Halle-Witteberg)

11h00-11h30: Coffee Break

11h30-13h00: The impact of Europeanisation on the domestic legal order of Member States
             Chair: Elisabeth Sándor-Szalay (Pécs)
             Reporters: Nora Chronowski (Pécs); Nikos Lavranos (Amsterdam); Johan Callewaert
             (Strasbourg)

13h00-14h00: Lunch

14h00-15h30: The role of the ECJ in the interpretation and development of public international
             law
             Chair: Erika de Wet (Amsterdam)
             Reporters: Jan Wouters (Leuven); Marko Ilešič (Ljubljana / Luxembourg)

15h30-16h00: Coffee break

16h00-17h30: The implications of Europeanisation for the unity and coherence of international
             law
             Chair: Karel Wellens (Nijmegen)
             Speakers: Joost Pauwelyn (Duke), Allan Rosas (Luxembourg)

17h30-19h00: Reception (Academische Club)

19h00:           Conference Dinner for Speakers and Chairs


 The event is organized as part of and with the support of the ACIL-Pionier research program on interactions
between international and national law, as well as the research school Ius Commune. It is also sponsored by the
    Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam Center for International Law, the Netherlands Organization for
        Scientific Research (NWO) and the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).

								
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