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Seventy-fifth Session (2024)

In accordance with resolution  78/108 of 7 December 2023, the International Law Commission was scheduled to hold its seventy-fifth session at the United Nations Office in Geneva (UNOG) from 15 April to 31 May and from 1 July to 2 August 2024 (12 weeks). However, in light of the ongoing financial crisis, the session will now be held from 29 April to 31 May and from 1 July to 2 August 2024 (10 weeks), in conference room XXI.

Topics to be considered in 2024

Filling of a casual vacancy

Further to the resignation of Mr. Bogdan Auescu (Romania), a casual vacancy has arisen in the Commission. (See A/CN.4/773 + Add.1)

Nomination(s) received:

  • Ms. Alina Orosan (Romania)
  • Mr. Pavel Šturma (Czech Republic)
  • Mr. Gentian Zyberi (Albania)

Immunity of State officials from foreign criminal jurisdiction (Summary | Analytical Guide)

See also: Comments by Governments

Succession of States in respect of State responsibility (Summary | Analytical Guide)

See also: Comments by Governments

Sea-level rise in relation to international law (Summary | Analytical Guide)

See also: Comments by Governments

Settlement of disputes to which international organizations are parties (Summary | Analytical Guide)

Prevention and repression of piracy and armed robbery at sea (Summary | Analytical Guide)

See also: Comments by Governments

Subsidiary means for the determination of rules of international law (Summary | Analytical Guide)

See also: Comments by Governments

Non-legally binding international agreements (Summary | Analytical Guide)

Commemoration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Commission

Cooperation with other bodies

Other business

Date and place of the seventy-sixth session