Category Archives: Interviews

Audio: What can lawyers do about climate change?

Late last year a workshop was held at King’s College London to look at what lawyers can do about climate change, in partnership with Advocates for International Development (A4ID). A paper resulting from the workshop is here. After the workshop,

Audio: What can lawyers do about climate change?

Late last year a workshop was held at King’s College London to look at what lawyers can do about climate change, in partnership with Advocates for International Development (A4ID). A paper resulting from the workshop is here. After the workshop,

Interview: Megan Bowman, ‘Banking on Climate Change’

Dickson Poon School of Law lecturer Dr Megan Bowman’s book ‘Banking on Climate Change’, on climate finance and private financial institutions, was recently launched at King’s College London. My interview with Megan on the topic of her book, climate finance

Interview: Megan Bowman, ‘Banking on Climate Change’

Dickson Poon School of Law lecturer Dr Megan Bowman’s book ‘Banking on Climate Change’, on climate finance and private financial institutions, was recently launched at King’s College London. My interview with Megan on the topic of her book, climate finance

Interview: Prof Mark Drumbl on international criminal law

Last week Professor Mark Drumbl, Class of 1975 Alumni Professor at Washington & Lee University, School of Law, participated in a discussion of the future of scholarship in international criminal law at King’s and also helped to launch Dr Nicola Palmer’s book

Interview: Prof Mark Drumbl on international criminal law

Last week Professor Mark Drumbl, Class of 1975 Alumni Professor at Washington & Lee University, School of Law, participated in a discussion of the future of scholarship in international criminal law at King’s and also helped to launch Dr Nicola Palmer’s book

‘Adjudicating the Future’ climate change conference interviews

The ‘Adjudicating the Future’ symposium on climate change and the rule of law was held last week at King’s College London, the UK Supreme Court and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. My interviews with a number of participants are online

‘Adjudicating the Future’ climate change conference interviews

The ‘Adjudicating the Future’ symposium on climate change and the rule of law was held last week at King’s College London, the UK Supreme Court and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. My interviews with a number of participants are online

Transnational Law Summer Institute interviews

Over 2 weeks in June and July, King’s College London hosted the inaugural Transnational Law Summer Institute (TLSI). During the Summer Institute, I interviewed a number of TLSI fellows and faculty about diverse areas of transnational and international law.

Transnational Law Summer Institute interviews

Over 2 weeks in June and July, King’s College London hosted the inaugural Transnational Law Summer Institute (TLSI). During the Summer Institute, I interviewed a number of TLSI fellows and faculty about diverse areas of transnational and international law.

Interview: Victor Kattan on the ICJ & decolonisation

I recently interviewed Dr Victor Kattan, from the National University of Singapore’s law faculty, on the role played by the International Court of Justice in decolonisation. The focus was the series of cases concerning South West Africa (present day Namibia).

Interview: Victor Kattan on the ICJ & decolonisation

I recently interviewed Dr Victor Kattan, from the National University of Singapore’s law faculty, on the role played by the International Court of Justice in decolonisation. The focus was the series of cases concerning South West Africa (present day Namibia).

Interview: Prof Colin Scott on meta-regulation

Professor Colin Scott is Principal of University College Dublin’s College of Human Sciences and Professor of EU Regulation & Governance. In last week’s interview, Professor Scott discussed his research on private regulators within a diverse set of markets, e.g. the role of the International

Interview: Prof Colin Scott on meta-regulation

Professor Colin Scott is Principal of University College Dublin’s College of Human Sciences and Professor of EU Regulation & Governance. In last week’s interview, Professor Scott discussed his research on private regulators within a diverse set of markets, e.g. the role of the International