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Job advertisement

At the IILCC the position of a student assistant as well as the position of a research assistant is available from 01.05.2020.

We are looking forward to your application!

Cancellation: IILCC Investment Law Lecture

The IILCC Investment Law Lecture on "Equality of Parties before International Investment Tribunals" originally planned for 14.05.2020 cannot take place due to the current situation. We hope to find a new date for the event in consultation with Professor Campbell McLachlan and will inform you as soon as possible.

Frankfurt Investment Law Workshop 2020: ‘Investment Protection, Human Rights, and International Arbitration’

This year's Frankfurt Investment Law Workshop on 'Investment Protection, Human Rights, and International Arbitration' will take place on 6-7 March 2020 at the Goethe University Frankfurt.

The conference programme can be found here. Registrations for free participation can be sent to Mrs. Sabine Schimpf until February 21, 2020.

The organisers of the workshop Rainer Hofmann (Goethe University Frankfurt am Main), Christian Tams (Glasgow Centre for International Law and Security), Stephan Schill (Amsterdam Center for International Law) and Julian Scheu (International Investment Law Centre Cologne) look forward to your participation and will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Conference Reports 2019

In the past year, several reports on the events organised by the IILCC have been published. There was a report on the Workshop on ISDS Reform (Kluwer Arbitration Blog), the IILCC 10 Year Anniversary Conference (SchiedsVZ 2019, 141 - beck-online - Kluwer Arbitration) and the 11th meeting of the Krickenbecker Kreis (SchiedsVZ 2019, 141 - beck-online - Kluwer Arbitration). We would like to thank all speakers and participants and are already looking forward to further events in 2020!


IILCC Report on the Creation of a Multilateral Investment Court

The IILCC Study Group on ISDS Reform has published a Report on the creation of a Multilateral Investment Court (à LINK: Report). The Report reflects the ongoing reform discussions at UNCITRAL and provides an overview on essential questions related to the creation and implementation of a permanent body for the settlement of international investment disputes, often referred to as Multilateral Investment Court (MIC). The Report and further information on the IILCC Study Group is available here.