AJIL Unbound has published a symposium entitled "Unauthorized Military Interventions for the Public Good". The symposium includes a contribution by Prof. Dr. Erika de Wet, SARChI Professor of International Constitutional Law entitled, ‘Reinterpreting Exceptions to the Use of Force in the Interest of Security: Forcible Intervention by Invitation and the Demise of the Negative Equality Principle’. The symposium also includes an introduction by Monica Hakimi as well as contributions by Harold Hongju Koh, Kimberley N. Trapp, Mohamed S. Helal and Jure Vidmar.
Photo courtesy of Niels Van Tol.
Martha Bradley (third from right in the photograph above), a doctoral student affiliated with the SARChI Professorship in International Constitutional Law was one of only four recipients of the prestigious Hague Academy of International Law Doctoral Scholarships for 2017. Martha Bradley is an LLD candidate and non-resident SARChI associate at the Institute for International and Comparative Law in Africa, University of Pretoria. Her doctoral thesis is entitled ‘An analysis of the notions of “organised armed groups” and “intensity” in the law of non-international armed conflict’. She is supervised by Prof. Dr. Erika de Wet (University of Pretoria) and Prof. Jann Kleffner (Swedish National Defence University).
The SARChI Professorship in International Constitutional Law in the Faculty of Law of the University of Pretoria currently has Postdoc positions available for individuals in possession of a doctorate in law (LL.D).
Please see the advertisement for more information on the position and how to apply.
Martha Bradley has received a prestigious doctoral scholarship from The Hague Academy of International Law. This scholarship will allow her to travel to The Hague and conduct research at The Hague Academy of International Law for a period of two months, commencing in July 2017.
On 22 February 2017, Prof. Dr. Stephan Hobe (University of Cologne/ University of Pretoria), will present a lunch lecture entitled ‘The Future of the European Union and its Implications for the Relations with (South) Africa’, courtesy of the SARChI Professorship of International Constitutional Law. The lecture will be held at Brooklyn Place, Pretoria.