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Abstract Deadline: 01/20/16 | Event Date: 03/29/16 | Location: George Washington University, Washington DC, USA

Human Rights Interest Group, American Society of International Law Business and Human Rights Roundtable on ‘International Human Rights Law and Business: Evaluating the Impact of UNGPs’ 29th March 2016 George Washington University, Washington DC, USA. Call for Papers Deadline 20th January 2016. The Human Rights Interest Group of the American Society of International Law is delighted to announce that a Human Rights Workshop will take place on 29th March 2016 in advance of the ASIL 2016 Annual Meeting in Washington DC.


Abstract Deadline: 01/15/16 | Event Date: 07/14/16 to 07/15/16 | Location: University of Washington in Seattle

the second annual CIVIL PROCEDURE WORKSHOP We are excited to announce the second annual Civil Procedure Workshop, to be cohosted by the University of Washington School of Law, Seattle University School of Law, and the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. The Workshop will be held at the University of Washington in Seattle on July 14-15, 2016. The Workshop gives both emerging and established civil procedure scholars an opportunity to gather with colleagues and present their work to an expert audience. Scholars will present their papers in small panel sessions.


Abstract Deadline: 02/12/16 | Event Date: 06/1/16

Agricultural and Food Law Consortium COLLABORATIVE FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: CALL FOR LETTERS OF INTEREST The Agricultural & Food Law Consortium (Consortium) is seeking formal collaboration with individuals, organizations, and institutions to conduct research and outreach activities that support the delivery of objective agricultural and food law research and information to the nation’s agricultural community. The announcement below sets out information pertaining to funding availability, the application process and timelines and other related information.


Abstract Deadline: 03/1/16 | Event Date: 11/24/16 to 11/25/16 | Location: LUXEMBOURG

 Encouraged by the post-Cold War rise of international adjudication, most international lawyers — with some notable recent exceptions — have focused their attention on judicial ‘success stories.’ They have thereby revitalized a liberal-modernist narrative that views the constant expansion and improvement of international adjudication as historically ineluctable.


Abstract Deadline: 02/1/16 | Event Date: 03/30/16 to 04/2/16 | Location: Washington DC

The ASIL ICTIG and the ESIL ICTIG are delighted to announce that their second joint meeting will take place in Washington, DC, during ASIL’s Annual Meeting. The exact date and time will be determined several weeks in advance of the Annual Meeting.  Three members of the interest groups will be given the opportunity to present works-in-progress and receive feedback.

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Abstract Deadline: 02/15/16 | Event Date: 06/10/16 to 06/11/16 | Location: Atlanta

We are accepting proposals immediately, but in no event later than 5 p.m. on Monday, February 15, 2016.  We welcome proposals on any subject of interest to current or potential teachers of transactional law and skills, focusing particularly on our overarching theme: “Method in the Madness:  The Art and Science of Teaching Transactional Law and Skills.”  


Abstract Deadline: 01/15/16 | Event Date: 09/8/16 to 09/10/16 | Location: Riga

This bilingual roundtable (agora) seeks to convene various perspectives on the ways current crisis-ridden international law, or utopian crisis-free international law, thrive on gendered narratives, as well as how the contributions feminist approaches can offer enlarged critical engagement with the status quo of international law and its focus on crisis.


Abstract Deadline: 02/29/16 | Event Date: 08/29/16 to 08/30/16 | Location: Oslo

Strengthening the Validity of International Criminal Tribunals Conference

Pluricourts, University of Oslo

29 – 30 August 2016

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Abstract Deadline: 01/6/16 | Event Date: 02/12/16 to 02/13/16 | Location: Tucson, AZ

The University of Arizona College of Law is hosting its third-annual Quantlaw workshop, scheduled for February 12-13, 2016. The theme for this year's workshop in The Empirical Constitution, and the workshop's lead organizer, Chris Robertson (Arizona), invites paper proposals. The organizers describe this year's theme to include: "any empirical/experimental study of issues relevant to constitutional law or procedure, as well as non-empirical studies of constitutional doctrine relevant to data and public access thereto.


Abstract Deadline: 03/18/16 | Event Date: 06/23/16 to 06/24/16 | Location: Michigan State University School of Law

Michigan State University School of Law, University of Michigan School of Law, Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University, and University of Wisconsin Law School are organizing the first annual Administrative Law New Scholarship Roundtable. The first roundtable will be held at Michigan State University School of Law on June 23-24, 2016.

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