National University of Singapore, Singapore

The Centre for International Law (CIL) is a university-level institute at the National University of Singapore (NUS), established in 2009 to provide thought leadership and capacity building in international law.  CIL works closely with the NUS Faculty of Law, which is widely regarded as Asia’s leading law school.  Although independent of the Law Faculty, many members of CIL hold Faculty of Law appointments and CIL and the Faculty work together on projects of mutual interest, such as the TradeLab Clinic.  

Academic Supervisors

Ayelet Berman

National University of Singapore

Singapore

National University of Singapore

Singapore

Projects

Executive Summary

Prohibitions on performance requirements (“PPRs”) in international investment agreements (“IIAs”) are one of the core issues in investment negotiations today. The controversy stirred from these obligations is a key area of concern for all states which...

Reform Options – Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Bilateral Investment Treaties

Executive Summary

1. Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is a potential candidate country looking to accede to the European Union (EU). In May 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled i...

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