Please note that the last ILCR reading group of this semester (“Originalism and Rights”), originally scheduled for Tuesday 13 December, has been postponed until next semester.
The schedule of events for next semester will be posted under ‘events’ in the near future.
The second of the Institute’s ‘Law’s Two Bodies’ event will take place on Monday 7 November, 2 – 3pm in the Old Class Library (Department of Medieval History, South Street). Lunch will be available from 1.30 – 2pm in the same room.
Our second interviewee is Professor Malik R. Dahlan, Principal of the Institution Quraysh for Law & Policy.
Professor Dahlan is a multi-jurisdictional legal practitioner and a transnational regulatory lawyer. He originally trained as an international lawyer focusing on international trade law, transnational legal problems and investment law and developed a career in international alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in parallel. He is a certified mediator and focuses on political mediation and investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS). Professor Dahlan also serves on the Board of Directors of the International Mediation Institute (IMI) in The Hague. He is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb). He is an expert in transitional political economy, development and trade regionalism, negotiation theory, transnational political entrepreneurship and track-two diplomacy. He has written and advised on matters regarding international law, dispute resolution, global and regional governance, legislative affairs, defence, energy, and foreign relations and is a UN Constitutional Expert (and one of ten Regional Experts in Constitutional Affairs, Oil and Gas selected by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq).