Center for International & Comparative Law
Details for the Virginia Journal of International Law's annual international law symposium are TBD.
Oxford-Virginia Legal Dialogs
Tax Meets Non-Tax
Fall 2021 and Spring 2022
In an environment of increasing academic specialization, Oxford-Virginia Legal Dialogs seeks to build bridges across academic disciplines by introducing a new kind of workshop. For each session, a tax scholar will select a non-tax, but law-related, work that is prominent in its own field and explain how the work is relevant to the study of taxation. The author of the work will then respond before we open the session to questions and discussion by workshop attendees. More
Constitutions, Economic Alternatives and Human Rights: Towards More Equal Covenants
May 18, 2021
5 p.m. EDT
Co-organized by the UVA Law Center for International & Comparative Law, the Center for Economic and Social Rights, the Global Initiative for ESCR and Ciudadanía Inteligente.
The event will address some of the economic alternatives included in the region’s constitutions, and their relevance for the human rights agendas. Particularly, participants will discuss the principles’ potential to inform constitutional reforms, such as the current Chilean constitutional process. The speakers are:
- Magdalena Sepúlveda Carmona, Executive Director at GI-ESCR
- Manuel J. Cepeda, Former Magistrate of the Constitutional Court of Colombia
- Javier Couso, Professor and researcher on Constitutional Law at Universidad Diego Portales de Chile
- Olivia Minatta, Fiscal Justice in Latin America Project, Center for Economic and Social Rights
- Nelson Camilo Sánchez, Director, Center for International and Comparative Law, UVA Law