Post date: 02/17/21 | Abstract Deadline: 07/1/21 | Event Date: 07/1/21

Location: N/A

The Warren E. Burger Prize 

Burger Prize Purpose

The American Inns of Court Warren E. Burger Prize is a writing competition designed to promote scholarship in the areas of professionalism, ethics, civility, and excellence.

Burger Prize Overview


Post date: 02/17/21 | Abstract Deadline: 02/17/21 | Event Date: 05/1/21

Location: N/A

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Hague Yearbook of International Law is now receiving submissions for publication in its upcoming Volume.

The Hague Yearbook of International Law is an internationally recognised journal with a wide-ranging and in-depth focus on various issues of international law. It aims to offer a platform for review of new developments in the field of international law. In addition, it devotes attention to developments in the international law institutions based in the international City of Peace and Justice, The Hague.


Post date: 02/17/21 | Abstract Deadline: 08/1/21 | Event Date: 08/1/21

Location: N/A

The Goettingen Journal of International Law (www.gojil.eu) seeks contributions on the topic

International Law in Times of a Pandemic (Deadline: 1st August 2021).


Post date: 02/16/21 | Abstract Deadline: 06/15/21 | Event Date: 11/10/21

Location: Virtual or Washington, DC (depending on COVID)

VI Symposium on Salient Issues in International Arbitration: "Does a Transnational Legal Order Exist in International Arbitration?"

 

NOVEMBER 10, 2021

This event is co-organized with the Institut Suisse de Droit Comparé in Lausanne, Switzerland. Speakers will be selected through the call for papers outlined below.  Authors will share the panel with an expert in the field who will act as panel chair.

Attending the conference on November 10, 2021 is free and open to the public. Advanced registration is required. 


Post date: 02/16/21 | Abstract Deadline: 03/29/21 | Event Date: 05/3/21 to 07/5/21

Location: Virtual

CALL FOR PAPERS

Oxford Seminars in Jurisprudence is a monthly, online working-paper seminar series, open to everyone working in the philosophy of law.

The seminar series began in June 2020. Speakers have included some of the leading philosophers in the field: Victor Tadros, Kimberley Brownlee, Mitchell Berman, Laura Valentini, David Enoch, and others. Seminars have attracted an average of 80 attendees.


Post date: 02/10/21 | Abstract Deadline: 03/31/21 | Event Date: 02/10/21

Location: N/A

Special issue: Innovation in 5G technology: leadership, competition and policy issues

 

Background and Motivation


Post date: 02/10/21 | Abstract Deadline: 03/31/21 | Event Date: 09/24/21 to 09/25/21

Location: Washington, DC. American University College of Law

TPRC49

Policy Research Conference on Communications, Information and the Internet

2021 Call for Papers, Posters and Panels

Abstracts Due: March 31

Contest for Student Papers Due: April 30

Accepted Papers Due: July 26

Conference Date: September 24-25
Washington, DC. American University College of Law

http://www.tprcweb.com/

TPRC48 takes place February 19-20, 2021 online, and papers have already been accepted.


Post date: 02/10/21 | Abstract Deadline: 03/15/21 | Event Date: 06/21/21 to 06/22/21

Location: Berlin, Germany & Virtual

 

CALL FOR PAPERS 

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE

A COUNTER-HEGEMONIC PROJECT


Post date: 02/10/21 | Abstract Deadline: 03/1/21 | Event Date: 06/1/23

Location: Paris, France if possible

--Deadline Extended--

Applications are regional. The following is the North American application. For other regions, please see the original website, link below. 

International Law Foresight Project ILA 2023 - Comité de la prospective

Updated: Aug 28, 2020

Dear international law practitioners, scholars and students,

I am following up on the invitation to participate in the International Law Foresight Project ILA 2023 - Comité de la prospective.


Post date: 02/10/21 | Abstract Deadline: 03/7/21 | Event Date: 07/15/21 to 07/16/21

Location: Virtual

From colleagues at Monash University:

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended societies worldwide. It has exposed the consequences of economic stratification with the poor and marginalised disproportionately bearing the economic impact of the pandemic, the consequences of lockdown responses (such as the shut-down of Melbourne’s public housing towers) and the burden of disease.

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