The Art-Law Centre of the University of Geneva and the Art Law Foundation are co-organizing a
conference on ‘Works of art qualified as “national treasures”: limits to private property and export
controls’. This will be followed by the Third All Art and Cultural Heritage Law Conference. These
events will take place at the University of Geneva, on Friday and Saturday 9-10 November 2018.
Call for Papers: Fourth Annual IP Mosaic Conference
IP Unbundled: Theory, Policy, and Practice
October 25–26, 2018
University of New Hampshire School of Law
Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property
- Website: TBD
- Abstract Deadline: July 15, 2018
Call for Papers
Intergovernmental organizations – understood as multilateral institutions created by sovereign states, with their own permanent structures and charged with the long-term pursuit of common goals – are tools for promoting the peaceful resolution of conflicts and facilitating cooperation. By establishing permanent dialogue between governments and trying to promote cooperative relations between peoples at a global level, intergovernmental organizations are a fundamental new element of global politics in the contemporary era.
Call for papers
Taking Stock of Global Constitutionalism – To What Extent did it Really Change International Law?
A Workshop at the Annual Ius Commune Conference,
Amsterdam, Thursday 29 November 2018, 14.00-18.00h
We welcome either individual contributions from young scholars (post-docs or advanced PhD candidates) as well as experienced scholars that look at current transformations of citizenship related to one of the five following streams:
CALL FOR PAPERS
On the Origins of International Legal Thought
Lauterpacht Centre for International Law
University of Cambridge
Friday December 7th, 2018
The Graphic Justice Research Alliance (GJRA) is delighted to announce a call for papers for its 2018 annual conference at St Francis College in Brooklyn, NY. The conference will be held on 20 October 2018, and promises to be an exciting event that is accessible and relevant to scholars, artists, practitioners, policy-makers, writers, and the general public alike.
The GJRA is a multidisciplinary research network exploring the crossover between law and justice and
comics of all kinds.
The goal of the symposium is to bring together top experts from the nation and the region, including academics, researchers, borrower and consumer advocates, private attorneys, industry representatives, and government officials, to present research and discuss policy on post-secondary education non-completion and its relationship to student loan debt, including impact on communities of color and other protected groups.
October 18–19, 2018
Brigham Young University