Call for Papers: ASIL International Law and Technology Interest Group Workshop
The International Law and Technology Interest Group of the American Society of International Law has issued a call for papers for its inaugural works-in-progress workshop, to be held April 8, 2013, at ASIL Headquarters in Washington, D.C. Here's the call:
ASIL INTERNATIONAL LAW AND TECHNOLOGY INTEREST GROUP
CALL FOR PAPERS
The American Society of International Law’s International Law and Technology Interest Group (ILTechIG) is delighted to announce its inaugural works-in-progress workshop, to be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, April 8, 2013, at ASIL's Tillar House Headquarters (2223 Massachusetts Avenue, NW) in Washington, D.C. The workshop will follow ASIL’s 107th Annual Meeting, which will take place on April 3-6.
Papers should address an issue at the intersection of international law and technology. Possible topics might include, for example, the regulation of data and privacy in trade regimes; the use of new technologies in warfare; technological challenges affecting environmental regulation; the regulation of cyberspace; the role of technology in advancing human rights; or the effect of technology on the practice of international law. More information about the ILTechIG and its mandate is available on its ASIL webpage.
Preference will be given to the submissions of ASIL Members and members of ILTechIG. (Membership in an interest group is free and can be selected from within the membership section of the ASIL website.) Preference will also be given to papers that have not yet been published. We encourage submissions from practitioners and junior scholars and hope to accommodate as many proposals as possible.
Those interested in presenting should submit an abstract of not more than one page to firstname.lastname@example.org
by March 1, 2013. Proposals should indicate the author’s name, phone number, email address, and institutional affiliation and describe the anticipated state of the paper at the time of the conference (i.e., published or unpublished, complete or incomplete).
Proposals will be reviewed by the ILTechIG leadership: Co-Chairs Anupam Chander (UC Davis) and Molly Land (NYLS), Vice Chair and Co-Chair Elect Paul Schiff Berman (George Washington), and Secretary/Treasurer Greg McNeal (Pepperdine). Individuals whose papers have been selected for the workshop will be notified by March 8, 2013.
To defray the cost of meals during the workshop, participants will be asked to pay a conference fee: $50 for ASIL members and $65 for non-members. A discounted rate of $55 is available for public sector non-member attendees. The ILTechIG cannot fund the cost of travel for participants.
From International Law Reporter
4th Biennial Conference of The Asian Society of International Law — New Delhi
The Indian Society of International Law (ISIL) and Asian Society of International Law (AsianSIL) are organizing the Fourth Biennial Conference of the AsianSIL
, at New Delhi, India, from 14 to 16 November 2013.
Papers are due April 15, 2013. Link to call
Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy and Ethics
The first annual conference on the Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy and Ethics will be held in Chandler, Arizona, on May 20-21, 2013. Twelve organizations are currently co-sponsoring this event.
The GRINN technologies (genetics, robotics, information technology, nanotechnology, neuroscience) present unique governance issues and challenges, due to their rapid pace of development (faster than traditional regulatory systems can keep up with), profound impacts that go beyond health, safety and environment risks, and ethical and social concerns affecting a broad range of stakeholders and interests around the globe. This conference will feature top experts in a fascinating and crucial exploration of the overlapping regulatory, governance, legal, policy, social and ethical issues of such technologies.
Abstracts (of no more than 500 words) for proposed presentations should be submitted at www.law.asu.edu/emergingtechnologies
Call for Papers: Retail Payments at a Crossroads – Paris, France
The European Central Bank and the Banque de France are hosting a conference entitled “Retail Payments at a Crossroads: Economics, Strategies, and Future Policies” on October 21-22, 2013. Original, theoretical and empirical papers covering at least one of the following related themes are invited:
Recent and future developments in retail payments and retail payment economics; impact of the economic crisis on retail banking and retail payments; payment habits and the use of different payment instruments; integration of retail payment markets; consolidation, economies of scale and efficiency in the retail payments industry; cost, pricing and network externalities relating to retail payments; competition versus cooperation of market participants in payment services and other network industries; governance and (self-) regulation in the field of retail payments; financial inclusion of under- and unbanked people; payment innovations, including virtual currencies, e-identity and internet/mobile payments; security (including fraud, counterfeiting, and cyber-attacks), trust, and data protection in retail payments; and lessons learnt from other two-sided markets and network industries and their applicability to retail payments.
Deadline: May 15, 2013. Papers should be sent by e-mail in pdf format to payments-conference-2013[@]ecb.europa.eu and payments-conference-2013[@]banque-france.fr. Include your name and an abstract with your submission. Travel and accommodation costs can be reimbursed for one academic speaker per accepted paper.
Call for Papers: Peoples' Tribunals and International Law
The Australian Human Rights Centre at the University of New South Wales Faculty of Law has issued a call for papers for an expert seminar on "Peoples' Tribunals and International Law." Here's the call:
EXPERT SEMINAR ON PEOPLES’ TRIBUNALS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
The Australian Human Rights Centre, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
in collaboration with the
Fondazione Lelio e Lisli Basso ISSOCO, Rome, Italy
CALL FOR PAPERS
Since the 1960s there have been dozens of “peoples’ tribunals”, “citizens’ tribunals” or similar commissions of inquiry established outside formal State and international structures. Many have sought to apply accepted norms of international law and quasi-judicial procedures, even though their judgments and verdicts have no formal status. These include the Russell Tribunals of the late 1960s and early 1970s, the many proceedings convened by the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal since its founding in 1979, the First and Second International Water Tribunal, the Latin American Water Tribunal, the Tokyo International Women’s Tribunal, and the World Tribunal on Iraq.
The seminar will be held on 27-28 September 2013 in Rome. The seminar will bring together 10-12 scholars or other experts from different disciplines to examine a number of general themes about the nature and impact of peoples’ tribunals over the last half century, and to critically examine the operation of a number of specific tribunals.
Papers are invited from scholars working in any relevant discipline, including law, political science, history, anthropology, sociology and other disciplines. Paper proposals should address a specific theme or a particular tribunal. Ideally papers would addresses issues such as:
• theoretical framework(s) for understanding the origins, functions and impact of peoples’ tribunals
• if a specific case study of a tribunal is proposed: the origins of the tribunal being examined and its relationship to campaigns of advocacy around the issues being addressed by the tribunal, the structure and organisation of the tribunal, the nature of the claim, procedural matters including the gathering and quality of evidence, the extent to which the tribunal draws on existing international law, expands its scope or otherwise contributes to its development, and the impact(s) of the tribunal proceedings
• tensions between tribunals as political events and as legal events
• the future of international peoples’ tribunals
• who ‘owns’ international law?
• other relevant issues.
Those interested in submitting abstracts should submit a one-page proposal for a paper, together with a brief curriculum vitae listing publications or details of other relevant work, to Andrew.Byrnes@unsw.edu.au
by no later than 11 March 2013. Successful participants will be notified by the end of March 2013. There may be funding available to support travel to the conference. Draft papers of 6,000-8,000 words will be due by 15 July 2013 to enable circulation to other participants so that they can provide useful commentary on each other’s work. Final revised papers will be due on 30 October 2013.
The aim is to publish an edited volume in English with a leading academic press. Papers will be subjected to anonymous peer review and the best papers selected for inclusion in the edited volume.
Proposals and papers will be accepted in English, French, Spanish, Italian and German; however, the primary working language of the workshop and the language of the edited volume will be English (its contents will also include papers translated from other languages as well as papers written in English). The Fondazione Lelio e Lisli Basso ISSOCO may also publish a book of the proceedings of the conference which may include papers in languages other than English.
From International Law Reporter
Call for Papers: How Can International and Comparative Law Scholars Benefit from Each Other's Perspectives?
The New Professionals Interest Group of the American Society of International Law and the Younger Comparativists Committee of the American Society of Comparative Law have issued a call for papers for a junior scholars workshop on "How Can International and Comparative Law Scholars Benefit from Each Other's Perspectives?" Here's the call:
Call for Papers: ASIL/NPIG-ASCL/YCC International and Comparative Junior Scholar Workshop, Columbia Law School, March 29, 2013
The New Professionals Interest Group of the American Society of International Law and the Younger Comparativists Committee of the American Society of Comparative Law are pleased to invite the submission of papers for a junior scholar workshop to be held at Columbia Law School on March 29, 2013.
How can international and comparative law scholars benefit from each other’s perspectives? What comparative law questions arise in the work of international law scholars? How do international law scholars approach comparative questions methodologically? Conversely, which international law questions are comparative law scholars interested in and how do they approach such questions? Papers concerning any area of international or comparative law selected for the workshop will raise one of these questions. Proposals for a 10/10 format paper (10 page paper/10 minute presentation, or less) should consist of abstracts of no more than 500 words. Submissions will be accepted from scholars who have been teaching international and/or comparative law for no longer than 10 years. Please submit proposals by March 1 to Bart Szewczyk (email@example.com) and Claudia Haupt (firstname.lastname@example.org).
From International Law Reporter
Call for Panel Proposals: South Asia Legal Studies Pre-Conference Workshop
The University of Wisconsin Global Legal Studies Center and the South Asia Legal Studies Working Group invite panel proposals
relating to any aspect of the study of law and South Asia for the South Asia Legal Studies Pre-Conference. The Pre-Conference will take place Oct. 17, 2013.
We understand“law” in its broadest sense to encompass not only state law, but also norms emanating from non-state sources and actors. “Law” may therefore describe customary, religious and international normative orders, as much as rules produced by government institutions. We welcome panel proposals featuring speakers based in different countries, and from a diverse array of disciplines and career paths, including law, the social sciences, humanities, business, medicine and the sciences. In previous years, panel themes have included: corruption; Indian legal education; the rule of law in Afghanistan; the Pakistani lawyers’ movement; South Asian diasporas and law; cultural accommodation and legal pluralism; gender and sexuality; and environmental legal questions.
Deadline: March 1, 2013.
Include the panel title, an abstract of no more than 300 words, names of speakers and chair, including institutional affiliation, position, phone number, e-mail address, and website (if any), and and abstract for each speaker’s talk (max. 300 words each).
Propsoals should be emailed to Mitra Sharafi (sharafi[@]wisc.edu) and Sumudu Atapattu (saatapattu[@]wisc.edu).
The Annual Conference on South Asia takes place Oct. 17-20, 2013.
Call for Papers: Global Challenges in Public Private Partnerships – Antwerp, Belgium
The conference Global Challenges in Public Private Partnerships: Cross-sectoral and Cross-disciplinary Solutions?
will be held November 6-7, 2013. Conference hosts include the Department of Transport and Regional Economics, the Law Faculty of the University of Antwerp, and the Antwerp Management School.
The conference seeks to address the following in a cross-disciplinary way:
Globally, governments look to public private partnerships for investments, public service delivery and innovation in these times of diminishing government budgets. Partnerships between governments and private actors are even believed to be much needed instruments to face the grand societal challenges, like climate change, clean energy, smart and green transport, and secure societies. However, many existing PPP’s face hardship because of economic downturn. Moreover, because of increasingly risk-averse actors, securing commitment and financing, and maximizing collaboration, innovation and value for money through PPPs become enormous challenges. There is a pressing need for cross-disciplinary, cross-sectoral, cross-country analyses and solutionsThe conference is open to submissions of contributions by interested academics, researchers and PhD students, as well as reflexive practitioners and policy makers active in the PPP field.
Deadline: Abstracts of papers should be of a scientific quality and are due February 28, 2013.
Call for Papers: New Directions in Global Thought – Boston, MA
The Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard Law School is accepting submissions for conference papers and panel discussions to the conference NewDirections in Global Thought: IGLP at Five. The conference will be held June 3-4, 2013.
“The Institute encourages academic collaboration among young scholars from across the world, aiming to support a network of scholars and policy makers who share our belief that ideas matter, and our commitment to new voices and viewpoints for thinking about global governance, social justice and economic policy.” Also, conference discussions will likely address the following ”Comparative Legal Studies; the Corporation in Global Society; Human Rights and Social Justice; Global Science and Technology Studies; Law and Economic Development; International Economic Law and Regulation; Revitalizing Arab and Islamic Legal Traditions; Globalization and Labor; Legal Architecture of Monetary Integration; Private International as Global Governance; and Global Law and Political Economy.”Deadline: March 1, 2013.
Those wishing to present works at the conference should submit a 250-word abstract of the paper. Those with panel ideas should submit a 500-word description of the topic along with the names and emails of all potential panelists. Please click here
to submit your application. Questions should be directed to iglp[@]law.harvard.edu.
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Call For Papers 2013 Junior Scholars Workshop on Financial Services Law
The University of Connecticut School of Law announces a writing competition for junior legal scholars, called the 2013 Junior Scholars Workshop on Financial Services Law. The competition is open to law faculty with less than six years of teaching experience. The competition is open only to papers that explore topics in financial services law. Appropriate paper topics include, but are not limited to:
- Banking, securities, insurance, and commodities regulation;
- Regulatory issues concerning the shadow banking system;
- Consumer financial services and the regulation of those services;
- Payment systems and other topics of commercial law related to commercial banking;
- Legal implications of bank-based versus capital-markets-based systems of finance; and
- Systemic financial risk.
We welcome scholars working in a variety of methodologies, including but not limited to empirical analysis, law and economics, law and anthropology, and law and sociology.
Papers will be chosen by faculty at the University of Connecticut School of Law. Authors whose papers are selected will be invited to present their work at a conference with senior legal scholars, which will be held at the University of Connecticut School of Law in Hartford, Connecticut, on Friday June 14, 2013. All participants are asked to pay for their own travel expenses except for meals. In special cases, requests for reimbursement of travel expenses will be considered.
ELIGIBILITY: Submissions will be accepted from legal scholars with less than six years of teaching experience. Papers with more than one author are accepted so long as all of the coauthors have less than six years of teaching experience respectively. Only unpublished papers will be considered, although papers may be posted on SSRN, bepress, or as part of a similar working paper series. Authors must commit to participating in the full day-long conference in Hartford on June 14, 2013.
DEADLINE: Submissions must be received in full by Friday, March 8, 2013 at midnight. Authors will be notified of the results of the competition in late March 2013. For authors who submit only a precis, full papers are due by Friday, May 31, 2013 at midnight.
SUBMISSIONS: Either a full paper or a precis of 800 to 1200 words will be accepted for purposes of the March 8, 2013 deadline. Short abstracts are not sufficient. Submissions should be made by email attachments in MSWord or pdf. Submissions should include: 1) a full draft of the paper, if available, 2) a precis of 800 to 1200 words in all cases, and 3) the author's curriculum vitae. Acknowledgement of the submission will be sent (please follow up by telephone if you do not receive an acknowledgement). Submissions and inquiries should be directed to: Professor Patricia A. McCoy, University of Connecticut School of Law, Tel.: 860-570-5056, email@example.com
PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITY: Presenters are free to publish their papers wherever they wish. The Connecticut Insurance Law Journal will welcome submissions and offer a $1000 honorarium for any accepted paper that is published in the Journal.