Announcements: CfP Sustainable International Investment Law for Energy; CfP Translucent Justice; Constitutionalism Beyond the State and the Role of Domestic Constitutional Courts Worskshop; CfP South Asian Perspectives on Environmental Protection and Forest Rights

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1. Call for Papers: A Sustainable International Investment Law for Energy? The Role of the EU and the Troublesome Practice and Future of the Energy Charter Treaty. DIEcon, the Interest Group on International Economic Law of the Italian Society of International and EU Law (SIDI), together with Professors Pia Acconci and Maria Rosaria Mauro, has launched a Call for Papers for “A Sustainable International Investment Law for Energy? The Role of the EU and the Troublesome Practice and Future of the Energy Charter Treaty”. The deadline for submissions is 6 January 2023, midnight (CET). Proposals may be submitted in English or Italian. Abstracts counting no more than 200 words, written in English or Italian and including the author’s name, affiliation and email address should be submitted to the organizers (emails: pacconci {at} unite(.)it; mauro {at} unimol(.)it; grupposididiecon {at} gmail(.)com). 

2. Call for Papers: Translucent Justice? Transparency and International Courts and Tribunals. The Department of International Law and Dispute Resolution of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Procedural Law invites papers for a conference on “Translucent Justice? Transparency and International Courts and Tribunals” on 19 – 20 October 2023. This conference aims at refocusing the conversation surrounding transparency and international courts and tribunals. The objective is to provide a platform to analyse recent developments in practice as well as scholarship that address manifestations, causes and potential drawbacks of transparency. The organisers welcome contributions that employ critical, comparative and empirical approaches, through either qualitative or quantitative studies, devoted but not limited to the themes of Transparency as a Notion; Transparency and the Exercise of Judicial Function; and, Transparency and Courts as Institutions. Further details can be found here. Abstracts between 400 and 600 words should be submitted to kritika.sharma {at} mpi(.)lu and olivier.baillet {at} mpi(.)lu by 25 January 2023.The papers will be published as part of a special issue in the Journal of International Dispute Settlement. Submissions by early career researchers (PhD candidates and recent PhD holders) are particularly encouraged and welcome. Co-authored submissions are also welcome.

3. Solange – 50th Anniversary Online Workshop: Constitutionalism Beyond the State and the Role of Domestic Constitutional Courts. On 12-13 January 2023, this online workshop on “Constitutionalism Beyond the State and the Role of Domestic Constitutional Courts” will be held at the occasion of the upcoming 50th Anniversary of the Solange I-decision of the German Constitutional Court. Hosted on behalf of WZB Berlin Social Science Center in cooperation with Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, the two-day workshop will be moderated by Andrej Lang, Kriszta Kovács and Mattias Kumm. Anybody who would like to participate should send an email to solange-conference {at} jura.uni-halle(.)de, and they will then receive the zoom link and the papers. More information can be found here

4. Call for Papers: South Asian Perspectives on Environmental Protection and Forest Rights – Emerging Trends and Practices. The conference is jointly organized by the Center for International Law and Global Governance (CILGG), Institute of Legal Studies and Research (ILSR), GLA University, Mathura; Faculty of Law, Nepal Law Campus (NLC), Tribhuvan University, Nepal; and Department of Law, Bangladesh Army International University of Science and Technology (BAIUST), Cumilla, Bangladesh. It will take place in Mathura, Kathmandu, Cumilla, on 24 – 25 March 2023. The conference aims to provide a platform to critically engage with the emerging legal and policy challenges in the area of environmental protection through forests in India, Nepal and Bangladesh. The abstracts (of not more than 300 words) are invited from young scholars, academicians, legal practitioners, and policy makers to share their work and also extend the future possibilities of cooperation in the major and sub-themes of the conference. The conference will take place “online” and the selected papers are expected to be published in an edited volume fall 2023. The abstract must be submitted by 21 January 2023 at ICSAP2023 {at} gmail(.)com. For more details see here.  

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Sana says

January 10, 2023

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