48 episodes

A casual stroll into the unwieldy world of International Law

Jus Cogens - The International Law Podcast Jus Cogens Podcast

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A casual stroll into the unwieldy world of International Law

    # 48 - Part 1 - Cécile Goubault—Larrecq and Madeleine Petersen Weiner - Guide to the Hague Academy of International Law's Diploma

    # 48 - Part 1 - Cécile Goubault—Larrecq and Madeleine Petersen Weiner - Guide to the Hague Academy of International Law's Diploma

    In the first installment of a two-part series, Shayan Ahmed Khan is joined by Cécile Goubault—Larrecq and Madeleine Petersen Weiner, for an in-depth discussion on the Hague Academy of International Law's Diploma with a special focus on the Directed Studies and the Diploma exam.



    Both guests, recent awardees of the prestigious Diploma, share their valuable insights and personal experiences of successfully undertaking the Directed Studies and the Diploma Exam.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    # 47 - Lesley Benn, Asaf Lubin, Michael Peil and Steven Schneebaum - Guide to Authoring a Jessup Moot Problem

    # 47 - Lesley Benn, Asaf Lubin, Michael Peil and Steven Schneebaum - Guide to Authoring a Jessup Moot Problem

    In Episode # 47, Shayan Ahmed Khan is joined by Lesley Benn, Asaf Lubin, Michael Peil and Steven Schneebaum to have an in-depth discussion about authoring a Jessup Moot Problem. Each guest shares their unique perspectives and experiences, from finding inspiration for moot problem topics to the intricacies of proposal evaluation and drafting supporting materials.

    • 1 hr 54 min
    #46 - Maria Khan - Deciphering AI Governance: Insights from a Data Privacy Legal Manager

    #46 - Maria Khan - Deciphering AI Governance: Insights from a Data Privacy Legal Manager

    This instalment of Jus Cogens is part of a series of conversations on the governance of data, Artificial Intelligence and the digital age.

    In this episode, Omer Akif speaks with Maria Khan, a Data Privacy Legal Manager at Securiti.ai, a company that produces AI software to help companies comply with global data privacy laws. Maria's work primarily focuses on consent management, cookie consent, data access governance and AI governance.

    The discussion explores the importance of regulating AI models, the relationship between data protection & AI governance, the current approach of companies to AI governance and how existing and upcoming legal & policy frameworks apply to AI systems.

    • 48 min
    #45 - Anokhy Desai - AI Governance: Bringing Transparency through Model Cards

    #45 - Anokhy Desai - AI Governance: Bringing Transparency through Model Cards

    This instalment of Jus Cogens is part of a series of conversations on the governance of data, Artificial Intelligence and the digital age.

    In this episode, Omer Akif speaks with Anokhy Desai about AI governance and the usage of model cards by organizations to bring transparency to their AI models and explain how they actually work.

    Sources:

    https://iapp.org/news/a/5-things-to-know-about-ai-model-cards/

    Correction in the Episode:

    Anokhy's Westin Fellowship at the IAPP was 1 year (not 2 years) long.

    • 33 min
    #44 - Viren Mascarenhas - Request for an Advisory Opinion on Climate Change and International Law before ITLOS

    #44 - Viren Mascarenhas - Request for an Advisory Opinion on Climate Change and International Law before ITLOS

    In Episode 44, Shayan Ahmed Khan is joined by Viren Mascarenhas to have an in-depth discussion on the Advisory Opinion on Climate Change and International Law pending before the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea. The discussion also touches upon the pending advisory opinions before the International Court of Justice and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.



    Sources:



    https://www.ohchr.org/sites/default/files/documents/issues/environment/srenvironment/activities/AmicusBrief-SRsto-ITLOS_May302023.pdf



    https://www.itlos.org/en/main/cases/list-of-cases/request-for-an-advisory-opinion-submitted-by-the-commission-of-small-island-states-on-climate-change-and-international-law-request-for-advisory-opinion-submitted-to-the-tribunal/

    • 1 hr 5 min
    #43 - Anu Bradford - Digital Empires: The Global Battle to Regulate Technology

    #43 - Anu Bradford - Digital Empires: The Global Battle to Regulate Technology

    In Episode 43, Shayan Ahmed Khan is joined by Prof. Anu Bradford to discuss her upcoming book "Digital Empires: The Global Battle to Regulate Technology".



    The book explores the intensifying global battle among the three dominant digital powers - the United States, China, and the European Union. In particular, it discusses how these regimes are racing to regulate tech companies, advancing a competing vision for the digital economy and attempting to expand their spheres of influence in the digital world.



    Sources:

    https://global.oup.com/academic/product/digital-empires-9780197649268?cc=us&lang=en&#:~:text=The%20global%20battle%20among%20the,influence%20in%20the%20digital%20world.

    • 51 min

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