The Common Good in Law
The theme for the annual Antwerp-Glasgow Doctoral Colloquium was The Common Good in Law. The event was held on 7-8 May 2009.
Opening Lecture: Dr Ruth Dukes (University of Glasgow)
International Private Law and the Common Good
Chair: Dr Bart Volders (Antwerp)
- Marie Collard (Toulouse and Antwerp): The Common Good in the Relation between Private Parties
- Alen Balde (Glasgow): The Role of Private Parties Interests in Formulating the “Common Good” within the Area of Antitrust Law
- David O. Adetoro (Glasgow): Is Competition Law and Policy Good Enough for Resource-Dependent Countries?
Legal Theory and the Common Good
Chair: Prof. Emilios Christodoulidis (Glasgow)
- Marco Goldoni (Antwerp) & Christopher McCorkindale (Glasgow): The Role of the Courts in Hannah Arendt’s Political Constitutionalism
- Josemaria Carabante Carabante & Antonio Ferrer (Universidad Complutense Madrid): Postmodernity and the Common Good: Rorty and Maritain
- Honor McAdam (Glasgow): Law, Morality and the Common Good
Public Law and the Common Good
Chair: Prof. Patricia Popelier (Antwerp)
- Quoc Loc Hong (Antwerp): The ECJ. A Political Court in Search of the Common Good
- Petr Novotny (Antwerp): Balancing the Common Good
- Anne Meuwese (Antwerp): Transatlantic Diffusion and Side Effects of “Better Regulation”
- Mohammad Abrar (Glasgow): Neighbouring Rights and Public Interest
Human Rights and the Common Good
Chair: Prof. Wouter Vandenhole (Antwerp)
- Frankie McCarthy (Glasgow): Article 1 of the First Protocol to the ECHR: the Role of an Economic Right in Promoting the Common Good
- Nlerum Okogbule (Glasgow): Re-Appraising the Impact of Globalisation on Human Rights
- Gregor Clunie (Glasgow): Globalisation and the Corporatisation of the Common Good
- Vidyaranya Chakravarthy (Antwerp): Should We Trust Google?
The Common Good in International Public Law
Chair: Prof. Koen De Feyter (Antwerp)
- Ania Salinas (Glasgow): Justice as an Integral Part of Peace and the Transitional Soceities’ Common Good
- Atabong Tamo (Antwerp): Multinational Corporate Governance, Whose Thing Is It?
- Geeta Oboy (Warwick): The Role of Judicial Education
- Hakeem Yusuf (Glasgow): Undemocratic Paradox and the Common Good: An Unaccounted Judiciary and Challenges of Political Transition in Post-Authoritarian Nigeria
Closing Plenary Lecture: Prof. Hans Lindhal (Tilburg): “A-legality: The Question of Legal Boundaries”