Announcements: CfEL Contested Equality Conference; CfP Emerging Voices Panel, International Law Weekend; CfP Melbourne Doctoral Forum on Legal Theory; HDI Spanish International Legal Podcast

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1. Call for Engaged Listeners: International Conference on ‘Contested Equality: International and Comparative Legal Perspectives’, University of Zurich. The Faculty of Law (URPP Equality of Opportunity) of the University of Zurich is hosting the International Conference on Contested Equality: International and Comparative Legal Perspectives, which will take place in Zurich, Switzerland, on 20 –21 October 2022. The conference will bring together around 40 experts from all over the world to speak in 9 panels on a range of current issues related to equality and non-discrimination. Find out more and see the Call for Engaged Listeners here. For the conference programme and speakers list, see here.

2. Call for Proposals: Emerging Voices Panel at International Law Weekend 2022. The American Branch of the International Law Association (ABILA)’s International Law Weekend Organizing Committee is accepting abstracts on “The Next 100 Years of International Law” for presentation at ILW 2022 (October 20-22, 2022 in NYC; virtual participation may be possible) as part of a panel of new and emerging professionals. Eligibility is restricted to applicants who have been working in the field of international law for five years or less. Submissions should be sent to ilw {at} ila-americanbranch(.)org with the subject line “Emerging Voices – ILW 2022.” Deadline: 28 August 2022. See here to learn more. See here to learn more about International Law Weekend 2022.

3. Call for Papers: 15th Melbourne Doctoral Forum on Legal Theory. The 15th Melbourne Doctoral Forum on Legal Theory (DFLT-15) will take place on 24 – 25 November 2022. The DFLT-15 is an annual interdisciplinary workshop hosted by graduate researchers. The Forum brings together graduate researchers and early career scholars from a range of disciplines to think critically, methodologically and theoretically about law and legal theory. The Forum aims to create a cordial and safe space for doctoral scholars to share their research. The theme for this year’s Forum is Law, Text and Contrapuntal Reading. Abstracts of 300 words together with biographies of up to 100 words should be submitted via this form by 1 September 2022. Confirmation emails will be sent to the selected participants by early September. Confirmed participants are to submit their papers (between 3000-5000 words) by 28 October 2022. Papers may be works-in-progress. For more information, see the Forum’s website and the MLS events page.

4. Hablemos de Derecho Internacional (HDI) – The International Legal Podcast (Spanish). Hablemos de Derecho Internacional (HDI) – The International Legal Podcast (Spanish) recently added the following episodes in Spanish: #84: Prof. Ana Gemma López Martín – Creación de Estados, Secesión y Reconocimiento; #85: Prof. Juan Tovar Ruiz – La Política Internacional de las Grandes Potencias; #86: Mtro. Adalberto Méndez López – La Pederastia Clerical: Instituciones Religiosas y los Estados; #87: Juan Auz – Crisis Climática, Justicia Climática y Derechos Humanos; and, #88: Ezequiel Heffes – Detenciones por Grupos Armados No-Estatales. The podcast is available on the main platforms: SpotifyApple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts, or through other podcast applications by searching “Hablemos de Derecho Internacional”. Updated information about the guests and episodes can be found on the website, or on HDI’s social media accounts: LinkedInTwitterInstagramFacebook, and Youtube.

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