CIPL International Law Lunches

Date & time

12.30–1.30pm Thursday 22 June 2017


Murrumbidgee Room

Attorney-General's Department, 3-5 National Circuit, Barton 


Dr Etienne Henry, CIPL Visiting Fellow
Associate Professor Jolyon Ford, ANU College of Law


For interstate visitors, we offer suggestions for accommodation near ANU.


Nicole Harman

Presented by Centre for International & Public Law


Part of the CIPL Monthly Talk series series

CIPL law lunch

Join a group of 20-25 CIPL members at a monthly brown bag (BYO) lunch to hear short presentations by specialists on recent developments in international law, followed by general discussion.

The first Lunch will be held on 22 June at the Attorney General’s Department on universal civil jurisdiction: 

  • Universal civil jurisdiction in Strasbourg? Remarks on Naït-Liman v. Switzerland, Dr Etienne Henry, Visiting Fellow, ANU College of Law
  • Beyond Kiobel: Universal civil jurisdiction before common law courtsAssociate Professor Jolyon Ford, ANU College of Law

Registration is required by 4pm Wednesday 21 June.

Should people register and then be unable to attend, they are kindly asked to cancel their booking so that others can attend. 


  • Dr Etienne Henry »

    Etienne Henry is a postdoctoral researcher funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. Prior to coming to ANU College of Law, Etienne Henry has been a visiting researcher at the Centre of International Law of the Free University of Brussels (ULB), and at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights in Geneva. He also worked as a teaching and research assistant and as a lecturer at the University of Neuchâtel. Outside the academia, he has worked as a legal advisor for the Swiss Federal Office of Justice in the field of private international law (2007-2009) and for the Directorate of International Law of the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (2014-2015).

  • Dr Jolyon Ford »

    Jolyon Ford is an Associate Professor at the ANU College of Law, where he teaches Torts (LLB and JD) and ‘Business and Human Rights’ (LLM). He did his PhD at the ANU and is a graduate of the universities of Natal and Cambridge. He re-joined the ANU in 2015 from the UK, where among other things he was an Associate Fellow in the International Law programme at the Royal Institute for International Affairs (Chatham House). Since 2014, Jo has been an Associate of the Global Economic Governance programme at the University of Oxford.

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