Thursday, 1 June 2017
13.00Registration
14.00Opening
14.30Implementing International Judgments: Dogmatic Concepts and Possible ObstaclesProfessor André Nollkaemper, University of Amsterdam*
15.00Implementing International Judgments: A Social Science PerspectiveProfessor Mikael Rask Madsen, University of Copenhagen*
15.30Discussion
16.00Coffee break
16.30Country Report GermanyProfessor Heiko Sauer, Bonn University*
17.00Discussion
17.30Country Report ItalyProfessor Giuseppe Martinico, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa*
18.00Discussion
18.30End of day 1
 Friday, 2 June 2017
9.00Country Report United KingdomDr Ed Bates, University of Leicester*
9.30Discussion
10.00Country Report RussiaProfessor Vladislav Starzhenetsky, Higher School of Economics, National Research University, Moscow*
10.30Discussion
11.00Coffee Break
11.30Country Report SwitzerlandProfessor Helen Keller, ECtHR / University of Zurich*
12.00Discussion
12.30Lunch
14.00The Perspective of the Venice CommissionProfessor Martin Kuijer, Senior legal adviser, Netherlands Ministry of Security and Justice / University of Amsterdam*
14.30Discussion
15.00The Perspective of the ECtHRProfessor Angelika Nußberger, Vice-President ECtHR / Cologne University*
15.30Discussion
16.00Coffee break
16.30Roundtable DiscussionProfessor Antoine Buyse, Netherlands Institute of Human Rights*
Professor Philip Leach, Middlesex University London*
Professor Stefanie Schmahl, University of Würzburg*
Professor Vladislav Tolstykh, Novosibirsk State University*
17.30End of Conference

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