Category Archives: Interviews

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

Interview: Dr Machiko Kanetake on UN Security Council reform & science-based standards

Dr Machiko Kanetake, Assistant Professor in Public International Law at Utrecht University, recently presented a paper to the Transnational Regulatory Governance research group on ‘transnational science-based standards’. In our interview, Machiko discussed the UN Security Council and the ‘rule of law’, as

Interview: Dr Machiko Kanetake on UN Security Council reform & science-based standards

Dr Machiko Kanetake, Assistant Professor in Public International Law at Utrecht University, recently presented a paper to the Transnational Regulatory Governance research group on ‘transnational science-based standards’. In our interview, Machiko discussed the UN Security Council and the ‘rule of law’, as

Interview: Professor Fiona de Londras on counterterrorism

Durham Law School Professor Fiona de Londras recently spoke at the Transnational Law Institute. In our interview, Professor de Londras discussed current developments in counterterrorism at the national and transnational levels, including challenges of oversight and accountability.

Interview: Professor Fiona de Londras on counterterrorism

Durham Law School Professor Fiona de Londras recently spoke at the Transnational Law Institute. In our interview, Professor de Londras discussed current developments in counterterrorism at the national and transnational levels, including challenges of oversight and accountability.

Interview: Professor Horatia Muir Watt on Private International Law

Professor Horatia Muir Watt, co-director of the Global Governance Studies programme at Sciences Po, recently spoke at the Transnational Law Institute. In our interview, we discussed the Private International Law as Global Governance project at Sciences Po, as well as the

Interview: Professor Horatia Muir Watt on Private International Law

Professor Horatia Muir Watt, co-director of the Global Governance Studies programme at Sciences Po, recently spoke at the Transnational Law Institute. In our interview, we discussed the Private International Law as Global Governance project at Sciences Po, as well as the

Interview: Leigh Day partner Richard Meeran on transnational human rights litigation

Richard Meeran, a partner at London law firm Leigh Day, recently gave a lecture at the Transnational Law Institute. In this interview, Richard Meeran tells me about the experience of litigating against UK-based multinational companies on behalf of clients in developing

Interview: Leigh Day partner Richard Meeran on transnational human rights litigation

Richard Meeran, a partner at London law firm Leigh Day, recently gave a lecture at the Transnational Law Institute. In this interview, Richard Meeran tells me about the experience of litigating against UK-based multinational companies on behalf of clients in developing

Interview: Cornell Law Prof Annelise Riles on Fukushima, ‘data politics’, North-East Asia tensions

I recently interviewed Annelise Riles, Professor of Far East Legal Studies and Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Cornell University. Prof. Riles discussed her experience in Tokyo in the aftermath of the Fukushima disaster, the rise of ‘data politics’,

Interview: Cornell Law Prof Annelise Riles on Fukushima, ‘data politics’, North-East Asia tensions

I recently interviewed Annelise Riles, Professor of Far East Legal Studies and Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Cornell University. Prof. Riles discussed her experience in Tokyo in the aftermath of the Fukushima disaster, the rise of ‘data politics’,