Announcements: Conference in Bangor on Proof in International Criminal Law, ASIL Research Forum Call for Papers: New Deadline, Conference on 21st Century Borders

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1.  From 27-28 June 2014, Bangor Law School and the Bangor Centre for International Law will host a conference on proof in international criminal trials. It promises to be of great interest to academics and practitioners alike. The full conference programme is available here. Register here.

2.  ASIL Research Forum – November 6-8, Chicago, USA. The American Society of International Law has extended the deadline for submissions of scholarly paper proposals for the ASIL Research Forum to be held during the Society’s Midyear Meeting in Chicago November 6-8, 2014. Papers can be on any topic related to international and transnational law and should be unpublished.  Interdisciplinary projects, empirical studies, and jointly authored papers are welcome. Interested paper-givers should submit an abstract (no more than 1000 words in length) summarizing the scholarly paper to be presented at the Forum. Review of the abstracts will be blind.  Proposals should be submitted online by June 15, 2014. To submit a proposal, or for more information, please visit here. 

3. The Keele School of Law is hosting a workshop on June 13th on the theme: ‘Theorising and Historicising International Law and the Environment’. The workshop brings together scholars with a shared interest in legal history to critically engage with the pre-history of international environmental law and its relationship to empire. Speakers include Yoriko Otomo (SOAS), Stephen Humphreys (LSE), Celine Tan (Warwick), Matthew Nicholson (Southampton) and Mario prost (Keele). For more information, and to register, please visit here.
4. Conference on 21st Century Borders: Territorial Conflict and Dispute Resolution, Friday 13th June 2014, University of Lancaster. 21st Century borders are coming under increasing strain with the recent annexation of the Crimea and disputes over islands and maritime delimitation in Asia, amongst others. This conference, organised by the Centre for International Law and Human Rights at Lancaster University Law School will explore the causes and dynamics of contemporary territorial disputes as well as mechanisms to resolve them. Full details and registration information can be found at the Centre’s website


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