International Law and Domestic Law-Making Processes, University of Basel Faculty of Law, 4 September 2015 (Deadline: 27 March 2015)
The Working Group of Young Scholars in Public International Law (Arbeitskreis junger Völkerrechtswissenschaftler*innen, AjV) has issued a call for papers for a workshop on public international law for junior researchers, to be held September 25-27, 2015, in Hamburg. Here's the call:
2nd Annual International & Comparative Urban Law Conference
Call for Participants
June 29, 2015, Paris, France
The Fordham Urban Law Center is pleased to announce a call for participation for the 2nd Annual International and Comparative Urban Law Conference, to be held on Monday, June 29, 2015.
The all-day Conference will be held at the Sorbonne Law School at the Universite Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne in Paris, France. The Conference is co-sponsored by the Sorbonne Center for Study and Research on Environmental, Development, Urban and Tourism Law (SERDEAUT).
CALL FOR PAPER AND PARTICIPANTS
CALL FOR PAPERS
Conference of the African Association of International Law
29 – 31 August 2015
Deadline for submissions of abstracts: 15 March 2015
Submissions from women are strongly encouraged
International Law’s Objects:
Emergence, Encounter and Erasure through Object and Image
Dr. Jessie Hohmann and Dr. Daniel Joyce, the editors, invite proposals for
contributions to an edited book on International Law’s Objects: Emergence,
Encounter and Erasure through Object and Image.
AIMS AND SCOPE OF THE PROJECT
The study of international law is highly text based. Whether as practice, scholarship
or pedagogy, the discipline of international law both relies on and produces a wealth
Attempts by national regulators to give their regulatory standards extra-territorial effect
beyond their own borders have become increasingly popular in fields as diverse as banking,
securities and derivatives regulation. The attractiveness of extra-territorial regulation for
policy-makers is obvious: in a world still reeling from the 2008 financial crisis, regulators can
export policy preferences unilaterally while preventing some of the most malicious forms of
regulatory arbitrage that can undermine their effectiveness.