The dispute over fishing licenses between France and Great Britain reaches its climax: while Paris threatens sanctions and detains a British fishing boat, London speaks of a violation of international law. The dispute over fishing rights following Brexit is increasingly affecting Franco-British relations. Following yesterday’s threat from France not toRead More →

On Monday, a group of UN human rights experts condemned the United States policy of mass expulsions of Haitian migrants and refugees, warning that collective expulsions violate international law. Thousands of Haitian refugees have gathered in Texas since September, and the United States has started deport them en masse, asRead More →

From constitutionalbuddhism.orgFrom In a series of weekly workshops beginning Jan. 14, scholars from around the world will discuss comparative constitutional studies and Buddhist legal thought. Workshop sessions are scheduled to last eight weeks. According to organizers, while the intersection of secular law and religions such as Hinduism, Islam andRead More →

Friday, October 22, 2021, 7:04 a.m.Press release: EuroMed Monitor Geneva – Amid an illegitimate state of emergency and a broader political stalemate with the Belarusian regime, Poland attempts to legalize migrant refoulements in blatant violation of European and international law, but with alarming support and emulation from various member states,Read More →

At Buddhists have played an important role in constitutional law and politics, according to a new interdisciplinary course from the University of Chicago. Consisting of a seminar as well as a series of workshops, “Buddhism and Comparative Constitutional Law” was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic and wasRead More →

Willamette’s long tradition of excellence in international and comparative law is in safe hands under the new law school administration’s Signature Strengths initiative. Jim Nafziger As Professor Jim Nafziger, who led the International and Comparative Law program for many years, points out: ransomware, international trade, climate change and immigration. Increasingly,Read More →

The legality of Florida’s ban on “vaccine passports” remains in dispute, as more than 100 businesses, sites and local governments are under state investigation as potential violators. What would you like to know State’s “vaccine passport” ban prohibits companies from requiring customers to show proof of vaccination The Florida DepartmentRead More →

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom is changing the contours of the British constitution in a way that will have profound significance for Parliament, for governments (in London and Edinburgh) and for devolution. The Court’s latest ruling – last week, in a case primarily concerning children’s rights – deepensRead More →

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov rejected Moscow’s interference in non-EU Balkan countries in violation of international rules. Russian news agency TASS quoted Lavrov as calling for “hard facts” to prove “baseless” accusations against Russia that it violated international law in the Western Balkans or elsewhere in the world. Following SergeiRead More →

LOS ANGELES, October 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Video Link: Aaron Spolin Analyzes the SB 775 Attorney Aaron Spolin of Spolin Law PC analyzes Criminal Law Bill SB 775, signed by Governor Gavin Newsom yesterday. (PRNewsfoto/Spolin Law PC) After spending months in the California state legislature, Senate Bill 775 was justRead More →

The Center for Constitutional Law and Governance (CCLG), RGNUL in collaboration with Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), RGNUL organized an online conference on “Historical Study of Child Rights Legislation in India” on 2n/a October 2021. The conference was given by Shri Priyank Kanoongo, President, National Commission for the Protection ofRead More →

About the Colloquium The Maharashtra National Law University in Mumbai is collaborating with the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka and the Institute of Indian Law, New Delhi to host the South Asian Research Colloquium on Constitutional Law 2021-22. The theme of this year’s research colloquium is South Asian Constitutionalism, CrisisRead More →