Announcements: CfA Emile Noël Fellowship Program; CfA Global Fellows Program; CfA Visiting Doctoral Researcher Program; Postdoctoral Research Grant Vacancy; CfP The Global South and Liberal Values; CfP American Review of International Arbitration; UN Audiovisual Library of International Law; CfP Entanglements in Refugee and Migration Law; Migrations, Rule of Law and European Values Workshop

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1. Call for Applications: Emile Noël Fellowship Program. New York University School of Law is currently accepting applications for the Emile Noël Fellowship Program. Deadline 15 January 2023. The principal objective of the Emile Noël Fellowship program is scholarship and the advancement of research on the themes prioritized by the Jean Monnet Center for International and Regional Economic Law & Justice, which include the following overarching areas: European Integration, general issues of International (principally WTO), and Regional Economic Law and Justice and Comparative Constitutional Law. The Jean Monnet Center at NYU School of Law currently offers fellowship opportunities for scholars in the following categories: 1.  Global & Senior Global Emile Noël Research Fellows; 2. Global Emile Noël Fellows from Practice and Government; and, 3. Post-Doctoral Global Emile Noël Fellows. For an overview of Program eligibility and other guidelines and to apply, visit the Emile Noël Fellowship Program Overview page. Questions about the Emile Noël Fellowships should be directed to: JeanMonnet {at} nyu(.)edu.

2. Call for Applications: Global Fellows Program. New York University School of Law is currently accepting applications for the Global Fellows Program. Deadline 15 January 2023. The Global Fellows Program offers an opportunity for academics, practitioners, government officials and post-doctoral scholars from around the world to spend a semester or academic year in residence at NYU School of Law.  The principal objective of the Global Fellows Program is the production of scholarship through the advancement of research. Fellows are welcome to participate in academic activities such as fora, lectures, colloquia, seminars and conferences. They are also invited to various social events, including some organized specifically for Global Fellows and others aimed at the broader community. The Global Fellows Program currently offers fellowship opportunities for scholars in the following categories: 1. Global and Senior Global Research Fellows; 2. Global and Senior Global Fellows from Practice & Government; and, 3. Post-Doctoral Global Fellows. For an overview of Program eligibility and other guidelines and to apply, visit the Global Fellows Program Overview page. Questions about the Global Fellows Program should be directed to: law.global {at} nyu(.)edu.

3. Call for Applications: Visiting Doctoral Researcher Program. New York University School of Law is currently accepting applications for the Visiting Doctoral Researcher Program. Deadline 15 February 2023. Visiting Doctoral Researchers are doctoral candidates enrolled in a doctoral degree program at another institution abroad who wish to benefit from spending one year of their research at NYU School of Law. They will be fully integrated into the JSD program as far as is relevant. The JSD program invites approximately five to six Visiting Doctoral Researchers each academic year to contribute to the Visiting Doctoral Researcher position. The Visiting Doctoral Researchers are actively integrated into the Law School community through various academic and social programs, including an invitation to participate in the JSD Colloquium where they may present their research. For an overview of Program eligibility and other guidelines and to apply, visit the Visiting Doctoral Researcher Program Overview page. Questions about the Visiting Doctoral Researcher Program should be directed to: jsdcoordinator {at} nyu(.)edu.

4. Postdoctoral Research Grant (2 years) in International Law, Bocconi University. The successful candidate, who will be responsible to Prof. Roger O’Keefe, will be required to conduct research and to contribute to institutional activities (including moot courts) in the field of public international law, including international criminal law. Details, including how to apply, are available here.

5. Call for Papers: The “Global South” and Liberal Values in the Historiography of Human Rights. As part of the Cluster of Excellence “Contestations of the Liberal Script” (SCRIPTS), Tobias Berger (Freie Universität Berlin), Anna Holzscheiter (Technische Universität Dresden), and Thomas Risse (Freie Universität Berlin) are organising a workshop to be held in Berlin on 4-5 May 2023. The workshop aims to discuss the place of liberal values in twentieth-century contestations over human rights, and it is intended as a first step towards a joint publication. Scholars working in the social sciences – including but not limited to IR and legal scholars, historians, and political scientists – are invited to submit a 300/500-word abstract and a short bio as a single file by 6 January 2023 to Prof. Tobias Berger (tobias.berger {at} fu-berlin(.)de). Expenses for attending the workshop will be covered by the organisation. Find the full call for papers here.

6. Call for Papers: American Review of International Arbitration at Columbia Law School. The American Review of International Arbitration at Columbia Law School, a leading international dispute resolution journal, is soliciting manuscripts of Articles and Notes for possible publication in Volume 34, no. 2 (winter 2023) – Special Issue: Russian-Ukraine War. They welcome Articles by scholars, practitioners, and other professionals, as well as Notes by law students, with especial encouragement for authors from communities traditionally underrepresented in international arbitration scholarship and practice. While submissions related to the Russian-Ukraine war are especially encouraged, they welcome manuscripts on other topics. Manuscripts should be submitted as an email attachment in Microsoft Word format to aria {at} law.columbia(.)edu, with “Submission for Review [last name]” as the subject line, by 15 January 2023. ARIA also accepts manuscripts of Blog Posts relating to recent developments in international arbitration for potential online publication on a year-round basis. Direct any questions to ARIA’s Student Editor-in-Chief, Olivia Lu, who can be reached at osl2102 {at} columbia(.)edu.

7. New Additions to the UN Audiovisual Library of International Law (AVL). The Codification Division of the Office of Legal Affairs recently added the following materials to the Mini-Series of the UN Audiovisual Library of International Law: A new lecture entitled Self-Defence and “Unwilling or Unable” States, by Mr. Said Mahmoudi, Professor of International Law at Stockholm University and two lectures entitled The Legal Status of Cyberspace under International Law and The Use of Force in Cyberspace by Mr. Nicholas Tsagourias, Professor of International Law at the University of Sheffield. The Audiovisual Library of International Law is also available as an audio podcast on Apple, Google and SoundCloud or through the podcast application of your preference by searching “Audiovisual Library of International Law”.

8. Call for Papers: Entanglements in Refugee and Migration Law, Celebrating Forty Years of the Nordic Asylum Law Seminar. The Nordic Asylum Law Seminar is an international conference for scholars, practitioners, and civil society. The conference is open to papers covering issues in international refugee and migration law in the Nordic region and beyond. This year the conference takes a specific focus on the intersections, or entanglement, between refugee and migration law and other fields of international, regional and national law. This edition marks the fortieth anniversary of the conference and will feature keynote presentations from international scholars and high level debates between practitioners and academics.  The Nordic Asylum Seminar will take place on 23 – 24 May 2023 at the University of Copenhagen, and is organised by the Nordic Institute for Migration and the Center of Excellence for Global Mobility Law. Further information and the call for papers is available here.

9. Workshop for Young Researchers: Migrations, Rule of Law and European Values. Hosted by University of Salerno IT. Interested young researchers are invited to send, by 15 February 2023, an abstract written in Italian or in English (between 1.500-3.000 words), together with a CV, to slsg {at} unisa(.)it. Proposals will be selected by the Scientific Committee. The outcome of the selection – which is going to be conducted on the basis of the relevance to the themes of the call, the originality, and diversity of the subjects – will be announced by email no later than 20 March 2023. See here and here for more information.

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