OVERVIEW: Data flows are central to an increasingly large share of the economy. A wide array of products and business models - from the sharing economy and artificial intelligence to autonomous vehicles and embedded medical devices - rely on personal data. Consequently, privacy regulation leaves a large economic footprint. As with any regulatory enterprise, the key to sound data policy is striking a balance between competing interests and norms that leaves consumers better off.
October 20-21, 2017, Los Angeles, California
UCLA School of Law, in conjunction with the University of Richmond School of Law, Boston University School of Law, and University of Illinois College of Law, invites submissions for the Fifth Annual Workshop for Corporate & Securities Litigation. This workshop will be held on October 20-21, 2017 at UCLA School of Law in Los Angeles, California.
In recent years, the digital ecosystem has become an arena for hostile cyber activities on the part of states, terror organizations and independent or semi-independent hackers, affecting the interests of individuals, organizations and states. At the same, powerful public and private entities are able to exercise broad powers of surveillance, information collection and manipulation of software and hardware, and can utilize such powers for nefarious ends. This emerging scene, which is under-regulated, creates new threats to civil liberties and human rights.
October 13-14, 2017, Ithaca, New York
Paper Submission Deadline: June 23, 2017 (midnight, Eastern Time).
Cornell Law School and the Society for Empirical Legal Studies (SELS) are pleased to announce the 12th Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (CELS) on October 13-14, 2017, in Ithaca, New York.
Interest Group on International Organizations and Interest Group on the EU as a Global Actor Joint Workshop, Naples, 6 September 2017, 15h00 - 18h00 Exiting institutions Call for papers Recent years have seen an extraordinary crisis of confidence in international institutions. From the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union to the mooted exodus of African States from the International Criminal Court, states are reconsidering their membership in international institutions in ways that were unthinkable a short time ago.
Special Issue 2017: Call for Papers “ICTY Celebrities: War Criminals after Trial and Their Homecoming” International Criminal Justice Review invites submissions for a special issue, “ICTY Celebrities: War Criminals after Trial and Their Homecoming”, to be guest edited by Olivera Simic and Barbora Hola. More than two decades ago, the UN Security Council passed resolution 827 establishing the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), the first ad hoc international criminal court established by the UN since the post WWII Nuremberg and Tokyo tribunals.
On the occasion of the new book “Imperialismo y Derecho Internacional: Historia y Legado” and the visit of its authors Antony Anghie, Martti Koskenniemi and Anne Orford, the universities Externado, Rosario and Los Andes as well as the History Section of the Latin American Society of International Law, the Network on Rethinking International Law Teaching in Latin América (REDIAL) and the Red de Aproximaciones Postcoloniales al Dere
European Society of International Law
Interest Group on “International Environmental Law”
Consumer Policy in a Comparative Perspective:
New Challenges in Chinese, European, and International Law
29-30 June 2017
Faculty of Law of the University of Macau (Macau, China)
I. The Theme
On 21 November 2013 China and the European Union launched negotiations for a comprehensive EU-China
Investment Agreement. China is the EU’s second trading partner and the EU is China’s biggest trading partner.