International Judicial Monitor
Published by the American Society of International Law and the International Judicial Academy
Jul/Aug 2007, Volume 2, Issue 2

calendar of events


Good Governance and Non-State Actors in International Law: An African Perspective
August 27-29, 2007
Pretoria, South Africa

The International Law Association’s 2007 Regional Conference, sponsored by the South African Branch of the International Law Association (SABILA) in conjunction with the VerLoren van Themaat Centre for Public Law Studies of the University of South Africa. The conference aims to bring together international lawyers from Africa and the rest of the world to discuss good governance as a developing phenomenon in international law with particular reference to the changing role of non-state actors in the international arena. Human rights, corporate governance, environmental law and sustainable development issues will be addressed through academic papers and panel discussions.


XIII World Conference on Procedural Law
September 16-20, 2007
Salvador, Bahia, Brazil

The Brazilian procedural community will host the thirteenth World Conference on Procedural law, an event which discusses modern trends of procedural law and debates theories and the experiences of countries around the world.

Lisbon Network Workshop on Data Protection in Criminal Proceedings
September 21-24, 2007
Strasbourg, France

A workshop for judges and prosecutors on data protection in criminal proceedings will be held from 12 to 14 September 2007 in Strasbourg. Existing information systems, principles and guarantees regulating the access to personal data, the fundamental right to personal data protection and its limits in the police and legal sector will be the main themes of this event, organized by the public and private law Unit of the Council of Europe.


2007 IBA Annual Conference
October 14-19, 2007

The International Bar Association Annual Conference is an unparalleled opportunity for practitioners from every continent to meet and hear first-hand about legal developments in various jurisdictions.  As the global voice of the legal profession, the IBA is uniquely qualified to gather delegates to exchange immensely valuable knowledge and expertise through the outstanding work of the specialist committees, constituents, groups, and fora.

III International Conference on Training of the Judiciary
International Organization for Judicial Training
October 21-25, 2007

Organized by the International Organization for Judicial Training (IOJT).  The theme on which the Barcelona conference will focus is “How to train the trainers.” Two main subjects will be dealt with: Judicial Ethics and Judicial Skills. Judicial schools and judicial training institutes around the world are deeply committed to these subjects.

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