The Stockholm Centre for International Law and Justice invites you to a seminar with
Property Protection under Extraordinary Circumstances
This talk focuses on the balance between property protection – as regulated in Article 1 of Protocol No. 1 to the European Convention on Human Rights – and the need for the State to take extraordinary measures under extraordinary circumstances (e.g., in civil crises and under threats of war). The talk will elaborate on which type of protection property is given in general, whether the protection could differ depending on the circumstances, and how the protection relates to the State’s possibilities to act under extraordinary circumstances.
Prof Joachim Åhman is a Professor of Public International Law at the University of Gothenburg. His research focuses primarily on international economic law, international organisations, and the relationship between public international law and national constitutional law. He has been a visiting research fellow at Columbia Law School. He has published several books in the above-mentioned fields, and articles in leading international journals, such as the Journal of World Trade, European Public Law, and the Journal of International Economic Law. He is part of the Law, Society and the Extraordinary (LaSE) research group, working on the five-year project The Legal Framework for Civil Protection and Preparedness, funded by the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB).
Dr Crina Baltag is Associate Professor (Docent) in International Arbitration at Stockholm University and a qualified attorney-at-law, with almost twenty years of extensive practice in various aspects of international dispute resolution, private and public international law. Crina is director of the Master in International Commercial Arbitration Law at Stockholm University and a member of the Board of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce. She is a member of editorial boards of prestigious journals and book series in the field, including the Journal of International Arbitration, Brill Research Perspectives in International Investment Law and Arbitration, and Bloomsbury’s Global Energy Law and Policy. Crina holds a PhD degree in International Arbitration from Queen Mary University of London (UK), an LL.M in International Commercial Arbitration Law from Stockholm University (Sweden), an M.Sc. in International Business from the Academy of Economic Studies (Romania), and an LL.B. from the University of Bucharest (Romania). She publishes extensively on commercial and investment arbitration topics.
The 59-minutes seminar series takes place on Zoom:
No registration needed.