It is generally accepted that Europe has played a key role in popularising regional economic integration underpinned by supranational law and enforced by a deeply embedded supranational judiciary. In this regard it is practically undisputed that the European Court of Justice (ECJ)/Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) is one of the most effective international courts in history, and one of the main driving forces behind successful integration in Europe.
As the weather finally begins to look like summer here along the coast, the University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth School of Law wishes to invite you to our Third Annual Junior Faculty Scholarship Exchange.
Questions of inevitable and derivative human dependency have been central to the Feminist Legal Theory Project for much of its thirty years of existence. Theories of dependency reveal the limitations that attend the relationship between dichotomies such as private/public, market/family, and care/work, which largely define what are public as contrasted with private responsibilities and what constitutes autonomy, self-sufficiency, and liberty. Feminists have long critiqued these dichotomies as enshrining inequality and obscuring both the social benefits and burdens of caretaking.
Campbell University School of Law Announces its 2015 Law Review Symposium
Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained: The Evolving Impact of Investment Crowdfunding on Modern Legal Markets The featured keynote speaker will be announced at a later time.
OCTOBER 16, 2015
The Many Faces of Innovation, at Bar-Ilan
Posted on June 15, 2015
Call for Papers
International Conference: The Many Faces of Innovation
January 5-6, 2016, Bar-Ilan University, Faculty of Law &
Ono Academic College Faculty of Law , Israel
Call for Papers - Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, Vol. 18 (2015) General theme: Contemporary Armed Conflicts and their Implications for International Humanitarian Law The changing nature of contemporary armed conflicts, both in terms of actors involved and means employed, has important implications for the continuing relevance of international humanitarian law (IHL) as the legal framework governing the conduct of the parties.
Call for Papers
CALL FOR PAPERS REMINDER: DEADLINE 30 JUNE 2015
The International Economic Law Interest Groups American and European Societies of International Law of the together with the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law are pleased to announce a joint 2015 Works-in-Progress Workshop on:
The Future of Transatlantic Economic Governance in the Age of the BRICS
11-12 December 2015 to be held at the Max Planck Institute Heidelberg, Germany
Call for Proposals: 17th Biennial Conference “Thriving in a Time of Change” July 10–13, 2016 d Portland, Oregon Proposals due: June 12, 2015 Introduction The 2016 Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute will bring together legal-writing professors and other members of the legal academy and practicing bar. The conference this year has a renewed goal of building our sense of community. In LWI’s always collegial and collaborative environment, colleagues will have a chance to meet, reconnect, and share ideas about pedagogy, scholarship, and professional growth.
The Present and Future Role of Investment Treaty Arbitration in Adjudicating Environmental Disputes PluriCourts Symposium 5 and 6 November 2015, Oslo Call for Papers PluriCourts, a Centre of Excellence at the University of Olso is organizing an international symposium entitled ‘The Present and Future Role of Investment Treaty Arbitration in Adjudicating Environmental Disputes’. The symposium will be hosted at the faculty of law of the University of Oslo on the 5 and 6 November 2015.