Pierre d’Argent




Pierre d’Argent is full professor at the University of Louvain in Belgium, where he holds the Public International Law Chair. He is also a guest professor at Leiden University in the Netherlands. He is a member of the Brussels Bar and special counsel to Foley Hoag LLP. He specializes in advising and representing states before international courts and tribunals. He appeared as counsel before the International Court of Justice and later served the court as first secretary.

He has published extensively in matters relating to international law and has lectured in many universities around the world. He has been director of studies at the Hague Academy of International Law and will teach at the academy during the summer 2015. He has contributed to the UN Audiovisual Library of International Law.

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Jan 10th 2017

Learn about the Law of the International Community, including how International Law is created, applied and upheld in today's world. International law can be considered as the law of the international community, the law that governs relations between States. But it also relates to what international organizations do and, increasingly, it concerns individuals, corporations, NGO’s and other non-state actors.

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