Post date: 03/25/21 | Abstract Deadline: 05/15/21 | Event Date: 10/28/21

AI & Human Rights Workshop

Call for Papers

Deadline for Abstract Submissions: May 15, 2021

Post date: 03/19/21 | Abstract Deadline: 06/21/21 | Event Date: 11/12/21 to 11/13/21

Location: George Washington University Law School

Call for Papers




Twelfth Annual Constitutional Law Colloquium

Friday, November 12, and Saturday, November 13, 2021, Washington, D.C.

Loyola University Chicago School of Law and George Washington University Law School are organizing the Twelfth Annual Constitutional Law Colloquium, which will be held at The George Washington University Law School, 2000 H St NW, Washington, DC 20052.

Post date: 03/19/21 | Abstract Deadline: 04/30/21 | Event Date: 11/11/21 to 11/12/21

Location: University of Exeter (covid permitting)

Call for Papers 

The Potential of Public Interest Litigation in International Law Workshop on 11-12 November 2021, University of Exeter 

Post date: 03/11/21 | Abstract Deadline: 04/15/21 | Event Date: 04/15/21

Location: N/A


The Editorial Committee of the European Investment Law and Arbitration Review invites original, unpublished scholarly submissions on recent developments in international investment law, with a focus on the theme “European investment law and arbitration: new frontiers”.

Examples of topics that authors could consider include:

Post date: 03/11/21 | Abstract Deadline: 07/31/21 | Event Date: 07/31/21

Location: N/A

Call for Submissions

The Editors of the Irish Yearbook of International Law invite submissions on any area of public or private international law for publication as an article in the Yearbook. Submissions are normally 10,000 to 12,000 words in length, although longer pieces will be considered. Submissions, comprising a brief 100-word abstract, article referenced in OSCOLA style, and confirmation of exclusive submission, should be sent to James Gallen ( by 31 July 2021.

Post date: 03/11/21 | Abstract Deadline: 04/9/21 | Event Date: 06/24/21 to 06/26/21

Location: (hybrid) Fordham University, New York City

For the 2021 Annual Meeting, ACUNS welcomes submissions from scholars, practitioners, and students whose research and work focus on the conference theme of “Toward a Fit for Future UN System.” Submissions may comprise proposals for complete panels involving groups of scholars, or individual papers. They may also constitute roundtables centered around a certain conference theme or recently published book. More information on these submission categories is available below. Proposals that focus on challenges falling under any of the following sub-issue areas are particularly welcome:

Post date: 03/5/21 | Abstract Deadline: 03/10/21 | Event Date: 04/15/21

Location: Virtual


The European Society of International Law (ESIL) Interest Group (IG) on Migration and Refugee Law is organizing a side event on 15April 2021 (Thursday) in Catania (Italy) in the framework of this year’s ESIL Research Forum in Catania (“Solidarity. The Quest for Founding Utopias of International Law”), which targets scholars at an early stage of their careers.

Post date: 03/5/21 | Abstract Deadline: 06/30/21 | Event Date: 09/1/21

Location: N/A

The Brill journal, Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals (LPICT) has a named a Prize in honour of H.E. Rosalyn Higgins. The deadline to submit papers to the competition is June 30, 2021.

Post date: 03/5/21 | Abstract Deadline: 04/18/21 | Event Date: 11/25/21 to 11/26/21

Location: The Hague, pandemic permitting



Interpretation of Customary International Law: Methods, Interpretative Choices and the Role of Coherence 2nd TRICI-Law Conference, 25-26 November 2021, The Hague* This conference addresses the methods international judges from all branches of international law use  to interpret rules of customary international law (CIL). 

Post date: 03/5/21 | Abstract Deadline: 03/29/21 | Event Date: 04/22/21 to 04/23/21

Location: Virtual

On July 1st, 2022, the International Criminal Court (ICC) will mark the twentieth anniversary of the entry into force of the Rome Statute, its constitutive treaty. Prior to the Court’s establishment, and through those intervening years, scholars and practitioners have energetically debated the effectiveness of its procedural architecture, it’s evidential model, and it’s deliberations on matters of fact.