helsinki finland

NoLesLaw 3rd Workshop program – November 1 and 2, 2018

helsinki finland

NOLESLAW 3RD WORKSHOP PROGRAM

Helsinki November 1 and 2

 

November 1, 2018

Suomen Laki sali (PIV) Porthania, Yliopistonkatu 3

 

16:30 – 17:00 Welcome by the organizers and Introduction to the workshop (Johan Lindholm, Suvi Sankari, and Urška Šadl)

Keynote

17:00 – 18.30 Fabien Tarissan, CNRS & ENS Paris-Saclay: Ethics & Algorithms: From Recommendation to Prediction

 

19:00 Dinner and social activity (for participants)

 

November 2, 2018

 

Morning session

Faculty Board room P545 Porthania, Yliopistonkatu 3, 5th floor

 

9.00 – 9:15 Welcome and coffee

9:15 – 11:30 New Ideas – presentations of empirical research projects

Chair: Johan Lindholm

Format: The speakers present their research projects in approximately 10 minutes, focusing on the main idea (research question) and the empirical approach, which the project adopts. The discussants give brief comments and set the stage for the plenary discussion. To get better feedback the speakers are encouraged to email extended abstracts (750 – 1000 words) to the discussants beforehand.

Nora Stappert, iCourts: Judges, Lawyers, And The Practices of Interpretation in International Criminal Law

Martin Christensen, EUI: External References Among Regional Human Rights Courts – Empirical Patterns and Visualization

Discussant: Raphaëlle Nollez-Goldbach

5 min break

Amalie Frese, University of Vienna: Judicializing Economic Inequalities

Andrea Peripoli, EUI: Conceptions of Market in CJEU’s Case-law on Labor Rights

Clara Rauchegger, EUI and University of Innsbruck: Governing online hate speech and fake news

Discussants: Suvi Sankari, Mattias Derlen

11.45 – 12.00 Break

12:00 – 13.00 Paper presentations: Old Problems of Jurisprudence, Uncovered Sources of Legal Knowledge

Chair: Suvi Sankari

Format: The speakers present the papers in 15 minutes. The discussants give brief comments and set the stage for the plenary discussion. To get better feedback the speakers email extended abstracts (750 – 1000 words) to the discussants beforehand.

Johan Lindholm and Mattias Derlen, Umeå University: Reconsidering Precedent: Lower Courts’ Use of the Swedish Supreme Court’s Case Law

Anna Wallerman, University of Gothenburg: Reaping what they sowed: Preliminary references and (the erosion of) national procedural autonomy

Discussant: Emilia Korkea-aho

13.00 – 14.00 Lunch

Afternoon session

Chair: Emilia Korkea-aho

Format: The speakers present the papers in 15 minutes. The discussants give brief comments and set the stage for the plenary discussion. To get better feedback the speakers email extended abstracts (750 – 1000 words) to the discussants beforehand.

14.00 – 15.30 Paper presentations: Old Problems of Jurisprudence, New Approaches to International Law

Raphaëlle Nollez-Goldbach, ENS & CNRS, Paris, Decision Process At The ICC, Debate And Dispute Between Judges

Jacob Slosser, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen / iCourts: Interpreting The “Quality Of Law” At The European Court Of Human Rights: Metaphorical Framing And Evaluative Judgment

Mark Klamberg, University of Oxford and Stockholm University, Empirical legal research in international law

Discussants: Paivi Leino, Nora Stappert

 

Final session

15.30 – 16.30 Wrapping up and discussion over a Friday drink and Hygge