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Abstract Deadline: 09/15/17 | Event Date: 12/8/17 | Location: Los Angeles, CA

The International Law in Domestic Courts Interest Group of the American Society of International Law has issued a call for papers for its annual works-in-progress workshop, to take place December 8, 2017, at UCLA School of Law.


Abstract Deadline: 09/18/17 | Event Date: 12/7/17 to 12/9/17 | Location: Kobe, Japan

The Polar Cooperation Research Centre (PCRC) is proud to announce its third international symposium to be held on 7–9 December 2017. The PCRC’s distinct research approach to the Arctic is aimed at establishing and strengthening the international legal and institutional framework so as to bring stability and foreseeability in the future of the Arctic. Increasingly, the challenges faced in the Arctic can no longer be addressed or tackled only within the Arctic both geographically and functionally.


Abstract Deadline: 09/30/17 | Event Date: 05/11/18 to 05/12/18 | Location: Chicago, IL

CALL FOR PAPERS
Symposium on
Personalized Law
University of Chicago Law Review and Coase-Sandor Institute for Law and Economics
May 11–12, 2018


Abstract Deadline: 07/31/17 | Event Date: 04/6/18 | Location: Boise, Idaho

CALL FOR PAPERS OR PRESENTATIONS

Terry v. Ohio at 50:  Considering the Past, Present and Future of Stop-and-Frisk


Abstract Deadline: 07/31/17 | Event Date: 11/16/17 to 11/17/17 | Location: Singapore

Call for Papers

International Investment Treaties and National Governance

Asia Focus

The Centre for International Law at the National University of Singapore is pleased to announce a call for papers for a workshop, entitled “International Investment Treaties and National Governance”, which shall take place on 16 -17 November 2017 in Singapore.

Workshop Context


Abstract Deadline: 10/20/17 | Event Date: 09/27/18 to 09/28/18 | Location: Freiburg, Germany

Call for Papers
The German Section of the International Association for the Philosophy of Law and Social Phi-losophy, in collaboration with the Faculty of Law of the University of Freiburg, will hold its 2018 biennial conference in Freiburg. Up to 24 contributions to six panels will be selected by means of a call for papers.
Conference Theme


Abstract Deadline: 07/31/17 | Event Date: 11/10/17 | Location: Nottingham, UK

EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW PRAGUE-NOTTINGHAM SYMPOSIUM: NON-UN SANCTIONS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW 5 May 2017: Institute of International Relations, Prague 10 November 2017: Nottingham International Law and Security Centre, University of Nottingham CALL FOR PAPERS FOR THE NOTTINGHAM EVENT: EFFECTIVENESS, IMPACT AND MONITORING OF NON-UN SANCTIONS


Abstract Deadline: 07/31/17 | Event Date: 11/16/17 to 11/17/17 | Location: National University of Singapore

Call for Papers

International Investment Treaties and National Governance

Asia Focus

The Centre for International Law at the National University of Singapore is pleased to announce a call for papers for a workshop, entitled “International Investment Treaties and National Governance”, which shall take place on 16 -17 November 2017 in Singapore.

Workshop Context


Abstract Deadline: 08/7/17 | Event Date: 11/19/17 | Location: The University of Westminster, London, UK

Call For Papers

Democracy and the Rule of Law: Relationships, Challenges, and Conflicts

Sat 19th November, 2017

Venue: The University of Westminster, London

Which came first, the chicken or the egg?

This eternal question is one which aptly sums up questions over the relationship between democracy and the rule of law.


Abstract Deadline: 09/15/17 | Event Date: 12/18/17 to 12/19/17 | Location: Tilburg, Netherlands

The goal of this interdisciplinary conference is to bring together economists and legal scholars in order to advance our understanding of the relationships between competition, standardization, and innovation, as well as their implications for public policy. It aims at fostering exchange between the two disciplines in this field where complementarities between law and economics are particularly strong. Papers need not display use of both legal science and economics, but speakers will be invited to make their results accessible to a mixed audience.

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