Post date: 04/8/21 | Abstract Deadline: 05/20/21 | Event Date: 08/5/21 to 08/6/21

Location: Virtual

Call for Papers

 

2021 ILA-ASIL ASIA-PACIFIC RESEARCH FORUM

International Law and Post-Pandemic Asia: New Economic Challenges and Opportunities

August 5-6, 2021 (Webinar via Zoom)

 


Post date: 04/7/21 | Abstract Deadline: 04/16/21 | Event Date: 05/28/21 to 05/29/21

Location: Virtual

The Association for Law, Property & Society (ALPS) is an organization for those  engaged in scholarship on all aspects of property law and society.  Its annual  meeting brings  together scholars  from different disciplines and  from around  the world to discuss their work and to foster dialogue among those working in  property law,  policy,  planning,  social  scientific  field  studies,  modeling,  and  theory. This year, the ALPS annual meeting is going all virtual and all day! 


Post date: 04/7/21 | Abstract Deadline: 06/1/21 | Event Date: 11/12/21 to 11/13/21

Location: Boston University School of Law

Last year, we had to cancel our two-day, in-person Spring 2020 Equality Law Scholars’ Forum scheduled at the University of San Francisco Law School (we held a small feedback session virtually for several junior scholars in Fall 2020), but we’re back in full for Fall 2021!   Building on the success of the Inaugural Equality Law Scholars’ Forum held at UC Berkeley Law in 2017 and at UC Davis Law in 2018, and in the spirit of academic engagement and mentoring in the area of Equality Law, we (Tristin Green, University of San Francisco; Angela Onwuachi-Willig, Boston University;


Post date: 04/7/21 | Abstract Deadline: 04/30/21 | Event Date: 09/30/21

Location: N/A

Call for Papers: Vol. 2 (2022)

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Post date: 04/7/21 | Abstract Deadline: 05/30/21 | Event Date: 09/8/21

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

Call for Participants: The Promises and Perils of the Social Sciences in International Legal Scholarship

 

ESIL Interest Group on the Social Sciences and International Law 8 September 2021, Stockholm, 1500-1800

 

The ESIL interest group (IG) on social sciences & international law is a forum in which members that draw methodologies, concepts, theories, or experimental evidence from the social sciences can present their research, gain feedback from like-minded scholars, and broaden their knowledge of neighbouring disciplines.


Post date: 04/7/21 | Abstract Deadline: 04/25/21 | Event Date: 09/9/21

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

Call for Papers and Invitation to the IBHR IG Workshop Annual Conference of the European Society of International Law Stockholm University 9-11 September 2021

Call for Papers

 

International Business and Human Rights: Changes in International Law-making

 


Post date: 04/7/21 | Abstract Deadline: 04/30/21 | Event Date: 09/8/21

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

 

Call for Papers

Public Interest Litigation:  The role of International Courts and Tribunals?

8 September 2021

 


Post date: 04/7/21 | Abstract Deadline: 04/30/21 | Event Date: 09/9/21

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

 

IGPS WORKSHOP

LAWMAKING IN PEACE AND SECURITY: ACTORS, PROCESSES, AND IMPACT

 


Post date: 04/7/21 | Abstract Deadline: 04/23/21 | Event Date: 09/8/21

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

Call for Papers

Workshop of the ESIL International Economic Law Interest Group

International Economic Law ‘In The Making’: New Actors and Policies

Abstract submission deadline: midnight 23 April 2021 (CET)

The ESIL Interest Group on International Economic Law organises a Workshop on International Economic Law ‘In The Making’: New Actors and Policies as a side-event to the ESIL 2021 Annual Conference in Stockholm. The Workshop will take place on September 8, 2021.

The workshop will address the following topics:


Post date: 04/7/21 | Abstract Deadline: 06/1/21 | Event Date: 06/1/21

Location: Virtual

Call For Papers
Artificial Intelligence and the Rule of Law: A Focus on SDG 16

Peaceful, prosperous and sustainable societies are dependent upon effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels, as well as citizens having access to justice to protect their rights. The goals of the rule of law and Sustainable Development Goal 16 (SDG16) are intertwined, both seeking to promote the provision of access to justice for all and building effective, accountable and inclusive institutions.

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