Professor Alberto Costi
“International Law and International Relations in the Time of Donald Trump”
Professor Alberto Costi's main teaching and research interests are in public international law, with specialisations in the law of armed conflict, international criminal law, international human rights law, the law of international organisations and international environmental law, and in comparative law and EU law. In all those areas, he has published extensively, presented papers at numerous international conferences, commented in the media and appeared before parliamentary committees. He has also advised a number of governments and other bodies on international law and EU law issues. He currently sits on the editorial or advisory board of Environmental Policy and Governance, the Comparative Law Journal of the Pacific, the Revue Quebecoise de Droit International, the New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law, the Victoria University of Wellington Law Review and the New Zealand Yearbook of International Law. He is a member of the New Zealand International Humanitarian Law Committee and serves as the Secretary-General of the International Law Association New Zealand Branch and the Vice-President of the New Zealand Association for Comparative Law.
Kumutoto Room Level Six,
Dress: Business Casual
5.30pm Registration and welcome drink
Presentation and drink only $10.00 Dinner and presentation $50.00