How do different legal orders interact vertically? Is this interaction marked by conflict and contestation, or by compromise and collaboration? This panel looks at three different such interactions: between domestic courts and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights; between regional human rights courts and United Nations Treaty Bodies; and between Swiss domestic law and the lex sportiva.
Antoine Duval, T.M.C. Asser Institute for European and International Law in the Hague
Machiko Kanetake,Utrecht University
Caroline de Lima e Silva, Lichtenberg-Kolleg (Georg-August-Universität)
Discussant: César Rodríguez Garavito, New York University
Krisch, Nico, Duval, Antoine, Garavito, César Rodríguez, Kanetake, Machiko; de Lima e Silva, Caroline: Verticality and Struggles over Human Rights, VerfBlog, 2021/1/12, https://verfassungsblog.de/verticality-and-struggles-over-human-rights/.
Nico Krisch is a Professor of International Law at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva.
Antoine Duval is a Senior Researcher for International and European Sports Law at the T.M.C. Asser Institute for European and International Law in the Hague, Netherlands.
César Rodríguez Garavito
César Rodríguez-Garavito is co-director of the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice at NYU School of Law and the Editor-in-Chief of Open Global Rights. He has published widely on global governance, international human rights, climate litigation, socio-environmental conflicts, and business and human rights.
Machiko Kanetake is an Assistant Professor of Public International Law at Utrecht University, an editorial board member of the Leiden Journal of International Law, and a convenor of the Interest Group on International Courts and Tribunals for the ESIL.
Caroline de Lima e Silva
Caroline de Lima e Silva is a Postdoctoral fellow at the Lichtenberg-Kolleg (Georg-August-Universität). She has a PhD in Law, University of Copenhagen (iCourts) and a PhD in Political Science, Northwestern University.