International Law

Call for Papers The Neutrality of International Law: Myth or Reality?

Deadline: 
09/30/16
Event Date: 
03/30/17 to 03/31/17
Location name: 
Granada University Law School, Spain
Organization: 
European Society of International Law Research, Granada University Law School, Spain

European Society of International Law Research Forum 30 - 31 March 2017 Granada University Law School, Spain Call for Papers The Neutrality of International Law: Myth or Reality? The 2017 ESIL Research Forum will take place on 30-31 March at the Granada University Law School.

The ESIL Research Forum is a scholarly conference that promotes engagement with research in progress by members of the Society. It has a small and intensive format. The Forum targets in particular scholars at an early stage of their careers, especially advanced PhD students and post-doctoral researchers.

Call for Papers: The Art of International Law

Deadline: 
07/1/16
Event Date: 
09/16/16
Location name: 
Cleveland, Ohio
Organization: 
The Center for Professional Ethics

PANELISTS FOR ANNUAL CONFERENCE TO BE SELECTED BY PAPER COMPETITION

The Center for Professional Ethics will sponsor a panel on ”Ethics, Art, and International Law“ as part of the Cox Center's annual conference on Friday, September 16, 2016. Speakers for this panel will be selected via a paper competition, with winning entries given a cash award and travel and lodging expenses to participate in the conference. 

Call For Paper - Sixth Annual ASIL Research Forum

Deadline: 
07/11/16
Event Date: 
11/11/16 to 11/12/16
Location name: 
Seattle
Organization: 
American Society of International Law

November 11-12, 2016
University of Washington School of Law

4293 Memorial Way Northeast Seattle, WA 98195 

The American Society of International Law calls for submissions of scholarly paper proposals for the ASIL Research Forum to be held at ASIL Academic Partner University of Washington School of Law in Seattle, Washington. 

Call for Papers - Rebalancing International Investment Agreements In Favour of Host States: The Case For an International Investment Court

Deadline: 
06/1/16
Event Date: 
06/29/16
Location name: 
Luton, England
Organization: 
University of Bedfordshire, School of Law and Finance

Change is an unavoidable feature of international law and one which has recently surfaced in the area of international investment law. This area has been in constant dynamic change since the inception of Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS), which is commonly associated with arbitration under the auspices of the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). Balancing the interests of both investors and host States, in a constantly changing materiae of international legal practice, is one of the discipline’s most fundamental challenges.

Call for Papers: Making International Economic Law Work: Integrating Disciplines and Broadening Policy Choices

Deadline: 
06/24/16
Event Date: 
09/30/16 to 10/1/16
Location name: 
Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC
Organization: 
The American Society of International Law's International Economic Law Interest Group

CALL FOR PAPERS

The conference will comprise:

Academic paper presentations drawn from an open call for papers

 Invited papers and keynote speakers

 Roundtable conversations with practitioners, governments officials, NGO representatives, think tank members

I. Overall Concept and Themes

Overall theme: Making International Economic Law Work: Integrating Disciplines and Broadening Policy Choices

Call for Papers - Conservation of Marine Living Resources in the Polar Regions: Science, Politics and Law

Deadline: 
09/15/16
Event Date: 
03/25/17 to 03/26/17
Location name: 
Wuhan, China
Organization: 
The Collaborative Innovation Centre for Territorial Sovereignty and Maritime Rights (CICTSMR), the Research Institute of Environmental Law (RIEL), Wuhan University, China and the School of Law, University of New England, Australia

Background:

Call for Papers and Sessions: International Conference: Historicising International (Humanitarian) Law? Could we? Should we?

Deadline: 
05/30/16
Event Date: 
10/6/16 to 10/8/16
Location name: 
Uppsala University, Sweeden
Organization: 
The Hugo Valentin Centre at the Uppsala University together with Stockholm Center for International Law and Justice

International Conference: Historicising International (Humanitarian) Law? Could we? Should we?

Uppsala 6–8 October 2016.

Call for Papers: Revisiting the Role of International Law in National Security

Deadline: 
04/8/16
Event Date: 
05/19/16
Location name: 
New York City
Organization: 
Hosted by Cardozo Law School; Co-organized by the International Committee of the Red Cross Delegation for the United States and Canada, and faculty at Loyola Law School Los Angeles and Stanford Law School.

Many conversations in the U.S. about situations of armed conflict – within civil society, academia, and the U.S. government – center on “national security law,” often drawing primarily from domestic law and military perspectives.  International law is sometimes set aside in these discussions.   This workshop aims to draw the international legal aspects of armed conflicts to the forefront once again. 

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