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Munich Advanced Course in International Law (MACIL)

General information

MACIL is a two-week, English-taught summer course that offers advanced education in the area of public international law. The 7th MACIL course will take place in July/August 2018. The course usually comprises about 30 participants and includes students, practitioners and academics from all over the world. The 2018 course will be dedicated to the question of

Righting International Wrongs: Responsibility and Redress for Violations of International Law


For further information, please refer to the MACIL webpage.

Materials for group work on Friday, 17 August 

Advance reading materials for participants of the MACIL 2018 programme

Christian Walter - Introductory course to the law of state responsibility

Devika Hovell - Holding individuals to account before national courts

Pierre d'Argent - Responsibility for violations of IHL

Radu Mares - The developing framework for an international liability of TNCs

Andrea Gattini - Holding sovereign states to account before national courts

First session: State immunity from jurisdiction

Second session: Functional immunity of state officials

Third session: State immunity from execution

Tullio Scovazzi - Environmental & climate change damages

Tonya Putnam - Holding TNCs to account before national courts

Tobias Irmscher - Legal remedies in international administrative law

Kirsten Schmalenbach - Responsibility and liability of IOs