Reports, Details & Articles

Judicial Colloquium - The Netherlands, 2013

Adjudicating Sexual Violence Under International and Domestic Law: The Case of the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Global Judicial Colloquium - Haifa, 2013

Center Convenes Second Global Judicial Colloquium in Partnership with Faculty of Law at University of Haifa

Global Judicial Colloquium - Haifa, 2012

Center Convenes Global Judicial Colloquium at University of Haifa

Judges Colloquium on Women and Justice - New Delhi, 2011

Judicial Colloquium in India Organized by Brandeis

"Promoting Judicial Dialogue Across the National/International Divide: The Brandeis Approach" [PDF]

by Leigh Swigart, in Counterbalance (Fall 2010), published by the National Association of Women Judges

Colloquium on Israel and International Law - Jerusalem, 2010

Balancing Sovereignty, Security, and Regard for International Norms

South American Judicial Colloquium - Buenos Aires, 2009

The Value of International Law for National Legal Systems (El Valor del Derecho Internacional respecto de los Sistemas Legales Nacionales)

North American Judicial Colloquium - Brandeis University, 2008

What Can International and Domestic Judges Learn from One Another?

West African Judicial Colloquium - Accra, 2007

Promoting Judicial Independence and Access to Global Jurisprudence

West African Judicial Colloquium - Dakar, 2006

Connecting International and National Justice

Judicial Colloquia

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Fostering Dialogue Between National and International Judges

The Brandeis Judicial Colloquia foster an exchange of experience and expertise between judges in national judiciaries and those on international courts, and seek to establish an ongoing dialogue on fundamental issues that affect them both.

This programming for national judges is a natural complement to the Brandeis’ work with international judges (see the Brandeis Institute for International Judges), as courts around the world become increasingly interconnected in both their legal thinking and their efforts to cooperate across boundaries and judicial spheres in the interest of justice.