Resolving International Boundary Disputes
Professional Training Workshop
in partnership with Foley Hoag LLP
International boundaries continue to be a major source of friction between neighbouring states. Many land boundaries remain poorly defined and only just over half of the world’s potential maritime boundaries have been even partially agreed. Governments recognise the value of clearly-defined boundaries, yet the political, economic and social complexities of boundary regions often make resolving competing territorial and jurisdictional claims extraordinarily difficult.
Led by experienced boundary negotiators, technical experts and legal advisors, this workshop will provide advice and practical guidance on how to resolve international boundary disputes. Through a combination of lectures and practical exercises, the course will first explore how to overcome deadlock in boundary negotiations. Recognising that an equitable agreement cannot always be reached through negotiations, the workshop will also examine the options of dispute resolution involving third-party mediation, conciliation, arbitration and adjudication.
IBRU is delighted to be running this workshop in partnership with Foley Hoag, which has one of the world’s foremost boundary dispute resolution practices.
The cost of the workshop will be £1,900 per participant
This fee does not include accommodation.
Mr Juan Jeannet Arce - Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs, United Nations
Ms Clara Brillembourg - Foley Hoag LLP
Professor Martin Pratt - Bordermap Consulting Ltd.
Mr Yuri Parkhomenko - Foley Hoag LLP
Dr Derek Smith - Foley Hoag LLP
Dr Alejandra Torres Comprubi - Foley Hoag LLP
Judge Rudiger Wolfrum - former Judge, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS)