International Law and Español: How language makes law and how it forms thought and doctrine
26 November 2020, 12:00 to 13:00 Please note: this event has passed
Join us as the panel discuss how language makes law, and how it forms thought and doctrine.
Monica Feria-Tinta is a barrister at Twenty Essex Chambers She is one of England‘s leading public international lawyers working on complex and high-profile cases and the first Latin American to be called to the bar.
Justina Uriburu is a Ph.D. candidate a the Graduate Institute Geneva. She worked as a law clerk in the Federal AG‘s Office in Buenos Aires and as a lecturer for international law at Torcuato di Tella.
Dr. Gustavo Prieto is a Postdoctural Research Fellow at the Human Rights Centre, Ghent University. He has been a visiting researcher at the MPI in Heidelberg and invited lecturer at the V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine.
Francisco-José Quintana is a Gates Cambridge Scholar and Ph.D. Candidate at Pembroke College, Cambridge. He holds an LL.M. from Harvard and another from LSE and worked as a lecturer at Torcuato di Tella University.
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