Announcements: CfP Arab Yearbook of Public & Private International Law; Ignorance and Blame in International Criminal Law Book Launch; CfP Journal of International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict; Alexander C. Cushing International Law Conference; Summer School on European Union Law

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1. Call for Papers: Inaugural Volume of the Arab Yearbook of Public & Private International Law. The Arab Yearbook of Public & Private International Law, which has been recently established and will be published by BRILL, welcomes submissions to its inaugural volume. The Yearbook is dedicated to exploring questions of public international law and private international law throughout the Arab World. It publishes scholarship submitted by authors both from the Arab region and across the world on any topic of general public international law and its sub-fields and on any topic of private international law, including investor-state arbitration and commercial arbitration. The deadline for submissions is October of every year. However, submissions will be considered on a rolling basis throughout the yearMore information on the call for papers and the Arab Yearbook is available on its website here 

2. Virtual book Launch: Ignorance and Blame in International Criminal Law (19 April 2023, 5pm UK time, Zoom). On the occasion of the launch of Antonio Coco’s “The Defence of Mistake of Law in International Criminal Law: A Study on Ignorance and Blame” (Oxford University Press, 2022), the author and the panelists (Paola Gaeta, Oumar Ba, Kate Gibson, Matthew Cross) will engage in a conversation about what it means for an individual defendant to know the relevant law, about the role of the defence of mistake of law in international criminal proceedings, and about the imputation of blame to individuals for international crimes. Registration is free here.

3. Call for Papers: Journal of International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict / Humanitäres Völkerrecht (JILPAC / HuV). The Journal of International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict is welcoming articles for its second issue of 2023. This issue focuses on “International Criminal Jurisdiction”. Articles focusing on other topics are equally welcome. Contributions can be in English or German and should be approx. 6,000 words (including footnotes). Submissions, including a brief abstract and statement of affiliation should be sent by 15 July 2023 to the Managing Editor of the JILPAC via e-mail: lisa.cohen {at} rub(.)de. Please see the full Call for Papers here and the instructions for contributors here.

4. 5th Annual Alexander C. Cushing International Law Conference. The Stockton Center for International Law at the U.S. Navy War College is hosting the 5th Annual Alexander C. Cushing International Law Conference. The Conference will occur 23 – 25 May 2023 at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. Bringing together practitioners and scholars from around the globe, the Cushing Conference analyses topics around the theme of International Law and Conflict at Sea. This year’s event will feature presentations on: the Law of the Sea & Maritime Security; Marine Environmental Security; Disruptive Technology at Sea; Armed Conflict; Indo-Pacific Maritime Security; Great Power Competition and International Law; and, the Law of Naval Warfare, among others. The Stockton Center is co-sponsor of this event with the Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force Command and Staff College, and the University of Basel. Registration is required to attend and available here. For inquiries, contact Mike Layne at charles.layne {at} usnwc(.)edu

5. Summer School on European Union Law, Corfu Island 2023.  The Summer School will take place from 24 – 28 July 2023 in Corfu Island and applications are open until 10 June 2023. The Summer School’s professors are members of the European Court of Justice and the Commission’s Legal Service as well as professors and lawyers from European universities and law firms respectively. The 40 Summer School’s students are mainly LLM/PhD students and young practicing lawyers from all over Europe and abroad. The participation fee covers 6 nights’ accommodation, half board (breakfast, coffee break and dinner) and social activities. More information about the Summer School and the application procedure can be found here. More information can be found on the Instagram account of ELMAA

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