The Father of All Things?‌ The Great War and the Development of International (Security) Law

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As part of the lecture series, The Father of All Things?‌ The Great War and the Development of International (Security) Law’, the following speakers will give the following lectures:

Professor Malcolm N. Shaw of Essex Court Chambers, London: ‘Lines drawn in the sand? Territorial settlements after World War 1′ on the 28th January 2015.

Professor Laurence Boisson de Chazournes of the Université de Genève: ‘World organisation born from a World War?’ on the 4th February 2015

Professor Stephen C Neff of the University of Edinburgh : ‘A new beginning? Collective security after the Great War’. 25th February and finally on the

4th  March, Professor Michael N Schmitt of the Naval War College, Newport gives the lecture: ‘The Great War and the mechanisation of warfare’.

The lecture series is sponsored by the Chancellor’s Fund, University of Glasgow.

For venue and timings please look online at: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/law/events/

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