Skype-based doctoral workshop 2020

Skype-based doctoral workshop on:

Contemporary digital technologies and international courts and tribunals

The Interest Group on International Courts and Tribunals is organizing its first online Skype-based doctoral workshop to discuss the impact of new technologies in the work and analysis of international courts and tribunals. The Workshop will take place on 10 February, 2020, at 2-4 pm, Central European Time.


Samira Allioui (University of Strasbourg), “Artificial Intelligence and decisions-making process: the case of the European Court of Human Rights

Benedetta Cappiello (Università deli Studi di Milano), “Arbitral Awards’ Execution Through Blockchain: An Available and Desirable Solution?

Riccardo Vecellio Segate (University of Macau) “From the ICTY’s Electronic Evidence to the ICC’s Digital Evidence: Admissibility, Probative Weight, and Judges’ Cognitive Bias ‘Shared’ by International Tribunals with US Domestic Courts


In the case you would like to participate to the workshop as an “engaged listener”, please fill out this form, and a link to access the virtual room will be sent to you (max. 250 persons):