Announcements: CfP Palestine Yearbook of International Law; Moscow Journal of International Law Best Paper Awards; International Law Association Conference

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1. Call for Papers: Palestine Yearbook of International Law. The Palestine Yearbook of International Law (PYBIL) has opened an invitation for submissions for Volume XXIII. The PYBIL are interested in particular in critical approaches to public international law, and welcome submissions in relation to Palestine. In addition, they welcome articles on critical legal studies, in particular, those emanating from Third World Approaches of International Law (TWAIL) as well as Critical Race Theory (CRT). With respect to CRT, the PYBIL is interested in articles that explore the relationship between power, race, and international law in theory and practice. Articles employing CRT would be welcome in all areas of international law. Please submit your article to: iol.pyil {at} birzeit(.)edu. For queries, please contact: Dr. Nimer Sultany, Editor-in-Chief: ns30 {at} soas(.)ac.uk; Mr. Ata Hindi and Ms. Reem Al-Botmeh, Assistant Editors: iol.pyil {at} birzeit(.)edu. This peer-reviewed volume would include articles, case commentaries, and book reviews.  For the full call for submissions, see here.  

2. Moscow Journal of International Law Best Paper Awards. In 2021 the Moscow Journal of International Law will celebrate its 30th Anniversary. The Editorial Board of the MJIL is pleased to announce the Best Paper Awards contest for outstanding research papers published in the MJIL during the anniversary calendar year 2021. The research papers will be selected in two nominations: 1) the Best Paper in Russian; and, 2) the Best Paper in English. The awardees will be announced no later than 30 January 2022. Submissions are welcome here.

3. International Law Association Conference. The biennial conference of the International Law Association, 2020 ILA Kyoto, will be held entirely online from 29 November – 13 December 2020. There are 24 online live sessions planned, including topics such as Global Health Law, Digital World, and 2017 Nuclear Weapons Treaty. Check the provisional program here. The usual registration fee has been significantly reduced. Concerned about the time zones? Do not worry! Many of the live sessions will be available for on-demand video viewing during the Conference from the registered-participants only website. Register to the Conference here.  

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