OUT-LINES in international law
OUT-LINES in international law is a collaboration between Garden Court North Chambers, Manchester International Law Centre and Accountability Unit. We aim to bring to the fore and critically assess, in an accessible way, cutting edge issues concerning the application, interpretation, and development of public international law with a key focus on international human rights law, and international criminal law.
OUT-LINES addresses inter-sectional and cross-cutting issues that are relevant to policymaking with a view to add meaningful value to current debates. As part of the ongoing collaboration, a series of public seminars or podcasts are delivered each year, as well as briefing notes under the auspices of Accountability Unit. Our work is also supported by Manchester University’s Justice Hub and Law Centre.
The OUT-LINES podcast series is available at the link below.
Previous OUT-LINES events:
- OUT-LINES Webinar on Existential Risks to Bosnia-Herzegovina: The Critical Bridge of Constitutional Reform.
- OUT-LINES Webinar on the European Court of Human Rights: Navigating Turbulent Relationships with States.
- OUT-LINES Webinar on the ‘Crime of Crimes’: Personal and Legal Reflections on Genocide.
OUT-LINES is developed by Aarif Abraham, Convener, International Law at Garden Court North Chambers & Acting Director at Accountability Unit; Dr Gail Lythgoe, Co-Director at Manchester International Law Centre (MILC) and Dr. John D. Haskell, MILC; and Dr. Philip Drake, Director of the University of Manchester’s Justice Hub. With deep thanks to David Eggboro, GCN, for his support.
If you would like to know more about our international work, please contact: Aarif Abraham or the Head of our Practice Management Team, Annmarie Nightingale, on +44 (0) 161 817 6377 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.