BIICL Virtual Training Courses Autumn 2020

BIICL has a decade-long experience of running successful training courses. Its Public International law in Practice Course, as well as in house courses run for governments, judiciaries, civil society and others globally have earned a reputation for high level, research-informed training. During Autumn 2020 BIICL training will be moving to the virtual space allowing global access to the courses and addressing the practical constraints brought on by COVID-19. The virtual course format will consist of a series of sessions in which live teaching is offered via Zoom. Participants will be able to interact with the tutors and amongst themselves on screen.

Law of the Sea 
Four Sessions: 9 – 30 September 2020
This course offers an informative overview of the international law of the sea and current challenges facing the world’s oceans and seas. Bringing together a distinguished cohort of law of the sea scholars, the course is designed to provide participants with a working knowledge of the relevant legal and regulatory framework, enhance and broaden their understanding on a wide spectrum of law of the sea topics such as deep seabed mining, maritime migration and unregulated fishing.
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Climate Change Law
Eight Sessions: 19 October – 7 December 2020
This course offers a comprehensive overview of climate change law and the legal responses to the current climate crisis. Bringing together a distinguished cohort of scholars and practitioners, the course is designed to provide participants with a working knowledge of the relevant legal frameworks as well as to enhance their understanding of the way climate change impacts other areas of international law including territory, human rights, trade and investment.
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Business and Human Rights
Five Sessions: 7 October – 4 November 2020
This course will provide participants with an appreciation of the human rights impacts of business activities; an awareness of the core concepts and principles established by the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and an understanding of corporate human rights due diligence requirements. The course builds on developments at the international, regional, and national levels.
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Public International Law in Practice 
Ten Sessions: 29 September – 1 December 2020
The Public International Law in Practice course offers a dynamic introduction into applied public international law. The programme focuses on current developments in public international law and their application in national and international dispute resolution, policy-making and in international legal and diplomatic practice.
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Course Costs
The charges for each course can be found on the course page along with the relevant discounts.

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