Wednesday 12 December 2018, 12:30 - 14:00

Paths Panel: International Lawmaking and Its Discontents

Dr Nina Reiners and Dr Johannes Hendrik Fahner

Petal 3 - 506, Maison de la paix


This panel brings together new research on international adjudication and transnational lawmaking coalitions. In particular, the participants discuss the authority of international judges and the treaty bodies, and shed light on international lawmaking processes.

Dr Reiners will present her research insights from her postdoctoral project “From International to Transnational Human Rights Lawmaking”, while Dr Hendrik Fahner will share his research insights from his dissertation "Intensity of Review in International Courts and Tribunals - A Comparative Analysis of Deference".


Nina Reiners, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Chair of International Politics, University of Potsdam

Johannes Hendrik Fahner, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Luxembourg


Ezgi Yildiz, PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher, The Graduate Institute, Geneva


Nico Krisch, Professor of International Law and Co-Director of the Global Governance Centre, The Graduate Institute, Geneva


Participants are limited due to space constraint. Registration is on a first-register first-served basis