Seminar: Devolved Nations and International Law
Friday 16th June 2017
Bangor Centre for International Law, Bangor University
This one-day seminar will analyse the impact of devolution on the UK’s international legal practices, and the influence of international law over the UK’s devolved administrations.
The seminar will examine such issues as: devolved nations’ interaction with international human rights treaty monitoring bodies; the relationship between international law and devolved law; independence and secession; and the role of devolved nations in treaty-making and international negotiations