This roundtable will focus on the ability of nations to opt out of, or withdraw from, a rule of customary international law. Participants will consider the theoretical justifications for this conventional wisdom, whether it is descriptively and historically correct, and whether it is normatively desirable. By invitation only. For more information, contact Erin Daniel at email@example.com.
CICL Scholarship Roundtable: Opting Out of Customary International Law
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