To Be an International Court Judge:
A Conversation with Hisashi Owada
Judge at the International Court of Justice
The Hauser Global Law School Program was honored to welcome Judge Hisashi Owada as a Distinguished Global Fellow at New York University School of Law. The highlight of his short stay at the Law School was an informal conversation with J.H.H. Weiler, University Professor and Faculty Director of the Hauser Global Law School Program. Additionally, he visited with students and faculty in select classes and informal gatherings. Please see below for an outline of the events in his residency and pictures of the main event. Additionally, you may download the transcript of the conversation in PDF format.
Distinguished Fellow Residency
Lunch with Professor Thomas Pugel, Interim Director, Center for Japan-U.S. Business and Economic Studies, Stern School of Business, and faculty and M.B.A. students of the Stern School of Business.
Visit to the History and Theory of International Law Seminar by invitation from Professor Benedict Kingsbury. Discussed during the seminar was Lassa Oppenheim and mainstream positivist International Law theories in the 20th century.
Inaugural University Professorship Lecture entitled "The Binding of Joseph (Akeydat Yosef)," delivered by Professor J.H.H. Weiler.
Distinguished Fellows Lecture entitled "To Be an International Court Judge."
Council on Foreign Relations lunch event entitled "International Law and East Asia: Theory and Practice," by invitation from Professor Jerome Cohen.
Visit to the International Law class by invitation from Professor Armin von Bogdandy, Global Visiting Professor, NYU School of Law, and Professor of Law and Director of the Max Planck Institute, University of Heidelberg, Germany.
Distinguished Fellow Lecture Pictures
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Professor J.H.H. Weiler