International Law

Call for Papers International Investment Treaties and National Governance Asia Focus

Deadline: 

07/31/17

Event Date: 

11/16/17 to 11/17/17

Location name: 

National University of Singapore

Organization: 

The Centre for International Law at the 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

Call for Papers: Democratic Governance Workshop

Deadline: 

08/15/17

Event Date: 

11/3/17

Location name: 

Manchester

Organization: 

Manchester International Law Centre

The Manchester International Law Centre (MILC) Workshop on Democratic Governance

Call for Papers - AMERICAN SOCIETY OF COMPARATIVE LAW YOUNGER COMPARATIVISTS COMMITTEE FOURTH WORKSHOP ON COMPARATIVE BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL LAW

Deadline: 

10/20/17

Event Date: 

02/2/18 to 02/3/18

Location name: 

New York City

Organization: 

The Younger Comparativists Committee (YCC) of the American Society of Comparative Law (ASCL)

The Younger Comparativists Committee (YCC) of the American Society of Comparative Law (ASCL) is pleased to invite submissions for its fourth workshop on comparative business and financial law to be held on February 2-3, 2018 at the Fordham University School of Law in New York City. The purpose of the workshop is to highlight, develop, and promote the scholarship of new and younger comparativists in accounting, banking, bankruptcy, corporations, commercial law, economics, finance, and securities.

Call for Papers: Gender on the International Bench

Deadline: 

06/12/17

Event Date: 

01/11/18 to 01/12/18

Location name: 

The Hague

Organization: 

PluriCourts Centre of Excellence (Oslo University)

Gender on the International Bench

Currently women judges make up on average 17% of international courts and tribunals, demonstrating significant disparity regarding the participation of women on the bench across different international legal regimes. Such lack of representativeness can affect the legitimacy of the international dispute settlement process and its outcomes.

Call for Papers: Access and Exclusion in Global Governance

Deadline: 

06/30/17

Event Date: 

01/11/18 to 01/12/18

Location name: 

Barcelona

Organization: 

ESADEgeo (ESADE Business School’s Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics) and IBEI (Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals)

ccess and Exclusion in Global Governance

Barcelona, 11 & 12 January 2018

Call for Papers

Call for Papers: 2017 ASIL Research Forum

Deadline: 

06/26/17

Event Date: 

10/27/17 to 10/28/17

Location name: 

St. Louis, MO

Organization: 

American Society of International Law

The American Society of International Law calls for submissions of scholarly paper proposals for the ASIL Research Forum to be held during the ASIL Midyear Meeting in St. Louis, Missouri at Washington University School of Law.

The Research Forum, a Society initiative introduced in 2011, aims to provide a setting for the presentation and focused discussion of works-in-progress. All ASIL members are invited to attend the Forum, whether presenting a paper or not.

Call For Papers - Conference on Law in Transition

Deadline: 

06/1/17

Event Date: 

09/28/17 to 09/29/17

Location name: 

Aarhus, Denmark

Organization: 

NTRAlaw (INternational and TRAnsnational tendencies in LAW) Research Centre

It is my pleasure to send you this invitation and call for papers for a conference titled ‘Law in transition - Interacting legal orders and changing actors' arranged by the INTRAlaw (INternational and TRAnsnational tendencies in LAW) Research Centre - read more about the Centre here: http://www.law.au.dk/INTRAlaw

The conference will take place in Aarhus, Denmark on September 28 and 29, 2017.

Call for Papers - Constitutional History: Comparative Perspectives

Deadline: 

07/1/17

Event Date: 

11/13/17 to 11/14/17

Location name: 

Bologna, Italy

Organization: 

University of Illinois College of Law, University of Bologna School of Law, & Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic Development

Paper proposals are invited for the Third Annual Illinois-Bologna conference on Constitutional History: Comparative Perspectives.

The conference will be held in Bologna, Italy, on November 13 and 14, 2017.

The conference keynote speaker will be Giuliano Amato, Judge of the Constitutional Court of Italy, former Prime Minister of Italy, and Professor Emeritus of the European University Institute and the University La Sapienza. 

Call for Papers: Conference on the Legitimacy of Unseen Actors in International Adjudication

Deadline: 

05/31/17

Event Date: 

10/26/17 to 10/27/17

Location name: 

The Hague

Organization: 

PluriCourts Centre of Excellence (Oslo University) and the Europa Instituut (Leiden University)

‘Unseen actors’ are central to the ‘institutional makeup’ of international courts and tribunals as registries and secretariats, law clerks and legal officers may exert varying levels of influence on the judicial process.

At this conference, legal and political science scholars and members of adjudicatory institutions will consider and discuss the legitimacy of assigning ‘unseen actors’ certain roles in the judicial process as well as the implications thereof for the legitimacy of the dispute settlement mechanism as such.

Call for Papers: Exiting Institutions

Deadline: 

05/15/17

Event Date: 

09/6/17

Location name: 

Naples, Italy

Organization: 

The European Society of International Law's Interest Group on International Organizations and the Interest Group on the EU as a Global Actor

Interest Group on International Organizations and Interest Group on the EU as a Global Actor Joint Workshop, Naples, 6 September 2017, 15h00 - 18h00 Exiting institutions Call for papers Recent years have seen an extraordinary crisis of confidence in international institutions. From the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union to the mooted exodus of African States from the International Criminal Court, states are reconsidering their membership in international institutions in ways that were unthinkable a short time ago.

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