Tartu International Law Conversations discuss multilateralism in modern international law

The University of Tartu School of Law continues its Tartu International Law Conversations. The seventh event of the series entitled “Multilateralism in Modern International Law” will take place online on 9 June 2021 at 16–17 (EEST, GMT+3).

The aim of this series is to invite academics and practitioners from Estonia and abroad to talk about various aspects of international law. Depending on the circumstances, the events take place in person or online.

The next speaker in the series is Martins Paparinskis, Reader in Public International Law at University College London and the first candidate from the Baltic States, co-nominated by Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania, for elections to the International Law Commission in 2021. He will talk about multilateralism in modern international law.

The event is moderated by Lauri Mälksoo, Professor of International Law at the University of Tartu School of Law.

Please note!

  • If you wish to participate in the event, please register using this link: https://forms.gle/HusBcVfP68Ases128.
  • Registration closes on 9 June at 13 (EEST, GMT+3).
  • Before the event, registered participants receive the link to access the online seminar room. 

The events are in English. Everyone is welcome to join!

Further information: René Värk, Associate Professor in International Law, School of Law, University of Tartu, rene.vark@ut.ee