Announcements: CfP Energy Charter Treaty and Dispute Resolution Mechanisms; CfS Juris Gentium Law Review; CfP General Principles in EU External Relations Law; The Identity of Governments in International Law; Goldsmiths Law Annual Human Rights Symposium & Lecture

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1. Call for Papers: The Energy Charter Treaty and Dispute Resolution Mechanisms Conference. This conference on the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) and dispute resolution mechanisms in the energy sector is set to take place on 5 October 2024, at the International Hellenic University in Thessaloniki, Greece. Key topics for consideration include: The ECT’s ongoing relevance and adaptation to contemporary energy challenges;  A critical analysis of dispute resolution mechanisms established by the ECT; Insights into the use of arbitration and mediation for resolving energy disputes; Exploring recent developments and challenges encountered in energy arbitration; A thorough analysis of Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) within the energy sector; and,  the crucial role played by international organizations in facilitating effective energy dispute resolution. Scholars and practitioners are encouraged to submit abstracts of no more than 300 words by 31 May 2024. All submissions must be presented in English. Utilize the following subject line: “The Energy Charter and Dispute Resolution Mechanisms Conference – Abstract Submission.” For further inquiries or to submit abstracts, contact Dr. Venetia Argyropoulou at ectconference {at} ihu(.)gr .

2. Call for Submissions: Juris Gentium Law Review. The student-run law review in Indonesia, Juris Gentium Law Review (JGLR) is now opening its doors to law students, of any level of study, to publish their research findings on matters concerning International Law (both public and private) and Comparative Law in the form of articles, case commentaries, book reviews, or article reviews for its 2024 issue. Submission deadline: 30 June 2024. Submit through our OJS site here.

3. Call for Papers: Asser Institute Conference on General Principles in EU External Relations Law. General principles play an important role in EU external relations law shaping the legal framework for EU external action as well as strengthening the judicial accountability of the EU as a global actor. At the same time, many questions regarding their specific function, scope and method of identification in EU external relations law remain unclear. What is the function of general principles in EU external relations law? Could these principles be in tension with the objectives and values of the Union’s external action and how is this tension resolved in practice? What is the role of the CJEU in identifying and developing general principles in EU external relations law? What is the role of general principles of international law in EU external relations law? More information on this call for papers can be found here.

4. The Identity of Governments in International Law. In the light of questions raised by coups and constitutional crises around the world, UCL Laws is organizing an event with Sir Michael Wood KC (Twenty Essex), Professor Roger O’Keefe (Bocconi University), Dr Federica Paddeu (Queen’s College, Cambridge) and Belinda McRae (Twenty Essex) to discuss the recognition and The Identity of Governments in International Law with Dr Niko Pavlopoulos (International Court of Justice), chaired by Professor Alex Mills (UCL). For more information and to register for the event (3 June, 6pm), see here.

5. 2024 Goldsmiths Law Annual Human Rights Symposium & Lecture. This hybrid Symposium aims to gather academic experts to explore contemporary challenges to social and economic or labour rights and the current state of these rights. Academic experts will also explore opportunities for further action and how international or domestic human rights law can effectively respond to those challenges. The Symposium will be followed by a keynote lecture on ‘Social Rights and Civil Liberties: A False Divide’ by Professor Conor Gearty. The Symposium and Lecture will take place on 17 May 2024 at Goldsmiths, University of London (online participation is also possible). Further details and the registration link can be found here.

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