This panel will analyse different ways in which norms from different legalities are being related: how do different forms of ordering in the field of climate change (standards, guidelines and frameworks) interact with one another? How do norms of environmental protection impact other areas of international law? And how can we best conceptualize the ways in which such norm interactions take place and provide guidance to normative conflicts – are they examples of colliding systems or instead of an emerging legal tapestry?
Laura Mai, KCL
Jason Rudall, University of Leiden
Lars Viellechner, University of Bremen
Discussant: Sarah Nouwen, EUI
Moderator: Tomer Broude, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Mai, Laura, Rudall, Jason, Viellechner, Lars, Nouwen, Sarah; Broude, Tomer: Colliding Systems or Legal Tapestry?, VerfBlog, 2021/1/12, https://verfassungsblog.de/colliding-systems-or-legal-tapestry/.
Laura Mai is a PhD Candidate at the Climate Law & Governance Centre at King’s College London.
Jason Rudall is Assistant Professor of Public International Law at Leiden University
Lars Viellechner is Associate Professor of Constitutional Law, Constitutional Theory, Legal Philosophy and Transnational Law at the University of Bremen.
Sarah Nouwen is a Professor of International Law at the European University Institute and an Editor in Chief of the European Journal of International Law.
Tomer Broude is the Bessie & Michael Greenblatt, Q.C., Chair in Public and International Law at the Faculty of Law and Department of International Relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.