Public confidence in vaccines is vital to tackling the COVID-19 pandemic, and no-fault compensation schemes for the small minority of people who experience serious side-effects have a role to play in reducing vaccine hesitancy. The latest episode of the Legal Frontiers podcast features interview with product liability expert Professor Duncan Fairgrieve (Université Paris-Dauphine & BIICL), … Continue reading Podcast: COVID-19 vaccines and national and COVAX no-fault compensation programmes
On November 4th, I was very pleased to host the first session of the new STL Law and Sustainability Colloquium, broadcast live on ClassIn. The colloquium series is hosted by Peking University’s School of Transnational Law. The intent is to provide a focus for engagement with urgent law and sustainability issues, sparked by presentations from … Continue reading Law & Sustainability Colloquium: International climate change law & negotiations in times of COVID-19
My opinion article reflecting on what the pandemic reveals about the relationship between states, cities and citizenship is online at Neos Kosmos.