Contact information extra exam: Christina Voigt tlf 46808546
Contact information after the results: cand 5785-5795 Christina Voigt tlf 22850246, cand 5797-5806 tlf 22859603
Carl Jørgen Johannessen , advisor i NVE (Norwegian Water resources and Energy Directorate) will replace CAtherine Banet on May 5 and 6. He will talk about "energy issues".
Due to unexpected events the 2 last lectures will be postponed to 5 and 6 May, 10.15- 12.00, room 540 DN. The lectures will be given by Catherine Banet. (Christina Voigt will not go through the Mock exam as only 3 students wrote a paper)
Checklist concerning the exams
A checklist concerning the exams is linked from "Detailed teaching plan" on the course web page. For all regulations concerning the exams see also http://www.jus.uio.no/english/studies/regulations/
Prof. Christina Voigt will go throuh the mock exam on May 3, 16.00- 16.30 just after the last lecture.
Reminder- Question time
Question time regarding auxiliary material allowed during the exam + other questions related to the upcoming exams. April 5, 14.15-16.00 Aud 6,DA.
Suggested further reading for investment law as applied to climate and energy investments:
Newcombe: The Boundaries of Regulatory Expropriation in International Law (2005) 20 (1) ICSID Review - Foreign Investment Law Journal
Kate Miles, ‘Arbitrating Climate Change: Regulatory Regimes and Investor-State Disputes’ (2010) 1(1) Climate Law 63-92
Konoplyanik and Wälde: The Energy Charter Treaty and its Role in International Energy, 24 Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law (2006) s. 523.
For an overview:
Dolzer and Schreuer: Principles of International Investment Law (Oxford University Press, 2008)"
Re mock exam
You may submit a mock exam within the dead line April 15, please read the instructions carefully. (posted under detailed teaching plan- mock exam)
Guest lecture, March 2
Guest lecture by professor Lawrence Watters, USA: "US Climate and Energy policy and law - an update"
Wednesday, March 2nd, 14.15 -16.00, Room 571 Domus Nova.
The compendium will be available in the bookshop Gnist in DN from approx. 9 February. The printing service regret the delay.
Seminar February 8
Professor Mads Andenæs introduces legal method and the relationship between Norwegian domestic law and European and international law. The outline for the seminar is linked under Detailed teaching plan.
Time and place:February 8, 10.15- 14.00, Aud. 6 DA