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The Geneva International Economic Law Sessions (GIELS)

The Geneva International Economic Law Sessions (GIELS) provide an opportunity to PhD candidates and other junior researchers working in the field of international economic law (IEL) to present and get feedback on their work. The target audience of GIELS is other students as well as faculty in the field (including from disciplines other than law) and interested people in the practice of IEL (IOs, law firms, NGOs, diplomatic missions).  GIELS want to provide a small, informal and friendly setting where new IEL research can be tested and cross-topic, interdisciplinary links and networks can be forged so as to help Graduate Institute students and confirm the place of the Graduate Institute's Centre for Trade and Economic Integration (CTEI) as a leading research hub on IEL.

Forthcoming GIELS presentations:

Martins Paparinskis, University College London, 4th December 2019

Chanya Punyakumpol, The Graduate Institute, Geneva I Wednesday, 11th December 2019