International Law

Call for Papers - Emotions & International Law

Deadline: 

05/1/16

Event Date: 

08/25/16 to 08/26/16

Location name: 

Buenos Aires

Organization: 

The School of Law of the University of Buenos Aires

The School of Law of the University of Buenos Aires is hosting a Colloquium on “Emotions & International Law”, which will take place on August 25th and 26th in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The event is organized by the Permanent Seminar on the Theory and History of International Law (SEMPITHIDIA) and the DECyT Research Project “The passions of international law: Affective perspectives, States’ emotions and political feelings in the history of ius gentium”, under the direction of Prof. Emiliano J. Buis.

CALL FOR PAPERS Regulating the Energy Transition: Issues at the Intersection of Energy and Environmental Law

Deadline: 

03/11/16

Event Date: 

06/30/16 to 07/1/16

Location name: 

University of Oxford

Organization: 

Oxford Law Faculty, the University of Minnesota Law School and Energy Transition Lab and Melbourne Law School, together with the American Society of International Law (ASIL).

Background

Call for Papers: “25 Years of the Colombian Constitution”

Deadline: 

03/28/16

Event Date: 

09/1/16

Location name: 

Universidad Icesi, Colombia

Organization: 

Universidad Icesi, School of Law and Social Sciences

Universidad Icesi, School of Law and Social Sciences invites scholars to submit their academic contributions to the Forum “25 Years of the Colombian Constitution”.  The forum will take place in September 2016. Deadline for the submission of abstracts and introductions is March 28, 2016.

The thematic subjects for papers are as follows: ·

Call for Papers: International Law of the Everyday: Fieldwork, Friction & Fairness The 24th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL)

Deadline: 

02/26/16

Event Date: 

06/30/16 to 07/2/16

Location name: 

Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

Organization: 

the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL)

24thAnnual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law Canberra, 30 June - 2 July 2016 International Law of the Everyday: Fieldwork, Friction & Fairness The 24th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL) will take place from Thursday 30 June 2016 to Saturday 2 July 2016 at University House, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. The Conference Organising Committee now invites proposals for papers to be presented at the Conference, either individually, or as a panel proposal.

Call for Papers: "América Latina y el Orden Mundial Contemporáneo: Balance y Perspectivas desde la Integración Regional."

Deadline: 

01/30/16

Event Date: 

08/25/16 to 08/27/16

Location name: 

Santiago, Chile

Organization: 

The Latin American Society of International Law

The Latin American Society of International Law has issued a call for papers for its fourth biennial conference, to be held August 25-27, 2016, in Santiago, Chile. The theme is "América Latina y el Orden Mundial Contemporáneo: Balance y Perspectivas desde la Integración Regional."

 

 

Sociedad Latinoamericana de Derecho Internacional

Conferencia Bienal 2016, Santiago de Chile

25 – 27 de agosto de 2016

Call for Papers - ILA British Branch Spring Conference

Deadline: 

01/31/16

Event Date: 

04/8/16 to 04/9/16

Location name: 

Lancaster University

Organization: 

ILA British Branch Spring

Call for Papers - ILA British Branch Spring Conference, 8-9 April 2016

ILA British Branch Spring Conference, Lancaster University, 8-9 April - ‘Non-State Actors and Changing Relations in International Law’

Call for Papers. Deadline 31 January 2016.

Non-State Actors and Changing Relations in International Law

Call for Papers: Regional Approaches to International Adjudication

Deadline: 

02/1/16

Event Date: 

03/15/16

Location name: 

Washington, DC

Organization: 

ASIL ICTIG and the ESIL ICTIG

Call for Papers: Regional Approaches to International Adjudication

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.

Topic

Call for Papers - ILLUSIONS AND FAILURES IN THE HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL ADJUDICATION

Deadline: 

03/1/16

Event Date: 

11/24/16 to 11/25/16

Location name: 

LUXEMBOURG

Organization: 

Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law

 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.

Call for Papers: Regional Approaches to International Adjudication

Deadline: 

02/1/16

Event Date: 

03/30/16 to 04/2/16

Location name: 

Washington DC

Organization: 

ASIL ICTIG and the ESIL ICTIG

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.

Topic

Agora Proposal: Call for Papers - The Gendered Imaginaries of Crisis in International Law

Deadline: 

01/15/16

Event Date: 

09/8/16 to 09/10/16

Location name: 

Riga

Organization: 

ESIL

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.

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