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Societal Constitutions in Transnational Regimes

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Organiser: Centre of Law and Society
Event open to the general public including lunches (dinner for the speakers and invited guests only)
Preliminary Programme:

Friday, 30 June 2017
12 o’clock, Lunch, Senior Common Room, School of Law and Politics
1pm, Session I
G. Teubner, Quod omnes tangit: Transnational Constitutions Without Democracy?
2pm Session II
C. Thornhill, The Citizens of Many Worlds
J. Klabbers, Constitutionalism 2.0 in Public International Law: Inter-legality as Constitutional Irritant
3.30pm, Coffee break
3.45pm, Session III
J. Přibáň, Legitimation Beyond Legality: On Potentia and Potestas in Societal Constitutions
P. Blokker, Constitutional Mobilization in the Transnational Sphere
5.15pm, Coffee break
5.30pm, Session IV
F. Kästner, Fabricating Lex Transitus: On the Constitutionalisation of a New Global Legal Regime of Transitional Justice in World Society
I. Augsberg, Canon Law as a Transnational Regime
8pm, Dinner, Laguna Restaurant

Saturday, 1 July 2017
8.30am, Session V
C. Pinelli, Constitutionalization of Financial Markets?
H. Muir Watt, Transnational Private Law
10am, Coffee break
10.15am, Session V
A. Krajewska, Transnational Health Law
P. Kjaer, From Space to Time: The Evolution of the Pharmaceutical Constitution
11.45am Session VI
A. Duval, The Olympic Charter as Constitution: Faster, Higher, Stronger
O. Perez, Networked Governance
G. Verschraegen, Constitutionalizing Scientific and Technological Innovation
1.45pm, Closing remarks and lunch, place to be confirmed

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