Post date: 10/30/20 | Abstract Deadline: 01/4/21 | Event Date: 06/24/21 to 06/25/21

Location: Virtual

Workshop Description

PluriCourts at the University of Oslo is organising a workshop to bring together scholars of philosophy, political theory and legal theory who study regional and international courts and tribunals (ICs), and in particular issues concerning the input and output legitimacy of ICs.

Post date: 10/30/20 | Abstract Deadline: 12/15/20 | Event Date: 04/1/21 to 04/2/21

Location: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece (or virtual)


Artificial Intelligence and Normative Challenges: International and Comparative Legal Perspectives

Post date: 10/30/20 | Abstract Deadline: 06/1/21

Location: Virtual

Glasgow Centre for International Law and Security (GCILS) launched its new Working Paper Series, aiming at publishing, disseminating and promoting high quality research papers. It will focus on all matters of international law and will be available in electronic form on this website, as well as on the SSRN’s pages.

Post date: 10/15/20 | Abstract Deadline: 10/30/20 | Event Date: 06/10/21 to 06/12/21

Location: Virtual

We trust you are all keeping safe and well during these difficult times. 


Back in October 2019, when we presented the Call for Papers for #BIALL2020, we never imagined the epidemic that descended on us, or, the New Normal that has changed our routines and refocused our lives.

Post date: 10/13/20 | Abstract Deadline: 11/15/20 | Event Date: 09/1/21

Location: Publication

Cyber Law Toolkit:

Call for Submissions 2020/21

Post date: 10/9/20 | Abstract Deadline: 12/1/20 | Event Date: 04/23/21 to 04/24/21

Location: Virtual

Join us for this online workshop, which aims to bring together scholars to support the development of research.

The purpose of this workshop is to bring together scholars at an early stage in their careers to support the development of research on critical perspectives on global law and the environment. The workshop will be hosted by the School of Law and Human Rights Centre, University of Essex and held entirely online.

Post date: 10/9/20 | Abstract Deadline: 10/30/20 | Event Date: 01/15/21

Location: Virtual

Symposium on the COVID Care Crisis and its Implications for Legal Academia

Post date: 10/9/20 | Abstract Deadline: 11/2/20 | Event Date: 02/1/21

Location: N/A

Missing migrants

Due out February 2021

Deadline for submissions: 2nd November 2020

The FMR team will publish a short mini-feature (3–5 articles) on missing migrants.

Post date: 10/9/20 | Abstract Deadline: 12/15/20 | Event Date: 07/24/21 to 07/25/21

Location: University of Law – Hue University

Call for Papers- Asian Legal History Conference

Post date: 10/9/20 | Abstract Deadline: 11/1/20 | Event Date: 06/10/21 to 06/12/21

Location: The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law

Discussion of the “war on drugs” frequently fails to examine precisely how drug offenders are sentenced—and how they should be. Drug sentencing practices are implicated in many fundamental criminal justice issues and concerns. Research suggests incarcerating people for drug offenses has little impact on substance use rates or on crime rates more generally. And, despite reports of comparable use rates, people of color are far more likely to be arrested and incarcerated for drug-related offenses than white counterparts.