Discussed the Julian Ku paper, "Why Dispute Settlement Poses a Constitutional Obstacle to U.S. UNCLOS Accession," during the Federalist Society's Treaties and National Sovereignty Conference, The George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C., March 2015.
Prof. Daugirdas's article, "Reputation and the Responsibility of International Organizations," which appeared in the European Journal of International Law
), was the subject of a symposium hosted by EJIL
's Talk! blog
, March 2015.
Presented "Consent, Community, and the International Law Norms That Bind International Organizations," American Society of International Law Midyear Meeting and Research Forum, Chicago, November 2014.
Presented "A New Category of Sole Executive Agreements?" and moderated a panel on "Separation of Powers and Administrative Decision-making," Yale-Duke Foreign Relations Law Roundtable, Yale Law School, October 2014.
Presented "Why the Draft Articles on IO Responsibility Matter," University of Georgia International Law Colloquium, Athens, Georgia, March 2014.
Presented "Why the Draft Articles on IO Responsibility Matter," ASIL International Organizations Works-in-Progress Meeting, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, February 2014.
Prof. Daugirdas's article, "Congress Underestimated: The Case of the World Bank," which appeared in the American Journal of International Law, was the subject of a symposium hosted by the international law blog opiniojuris.org, December 2013.
Discussed "Participatory Governance in the 21st Century," Roundtable hosted by the American Society of International Law and Arizona State University, Washington, D.C., December 2013.
Discussed "Elective International Law in Congress" by Kevin Cope, American Society of International Law Workshop on International Law in Domestic Courts, Yale University, December 2013.
Presented "Why the Draft Articles on IO Responsibility Matter," Second Annual ASIL-ESIL-Rechtskulturen Workshop on International Legal Theory, University of Michigan Law School, November 2013.
Participated in an online symposium on Opinio Juris reviewing Curtis Bradley's new book, International Law in the U.S. Legal System, March 2013.
Presented a paper at the Wharton-CU Law International Law Workshop, September 2012.