Announcements: CfP TAU Workshop for Junior Scholars; Gender and the Lost Private Side of International Law Lecture; BIICL International Trade Law Course

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1. Call for Papers: 6th TAU Workshop for Junior Scholars in Law – Legal Change in Revolutionary Times. The Tel Aviv University Buchmann Faculty of Law is pleased to invite submissions to its sixth junior legal scholar workshop. The workshop provides junior scholars with the opportunity to present and discuss their work, receive feedback from faculty members and peers, and actively participate in an international community of junior legal scholars. The upcoming 2021 TAU workshop for junior scholars in law, which will be held in Tel-Aviv University Law School on 14 – 16 November 2021, will be dedicated to “Legal Change in Revolutionary Times.” They are seeking cutting-edge works in progress, in varied legal fields and written from a variety of methodological and theoretical perspectives, that investigate the role of law in revolutionary times, and welcome works that broadly relate to the core themes of the workshop. For more information, please see hereDeadline for submissions is 1 June 2021.  

2. Essex Public International Law Lecture: Gender and the Lost Private Side of International Law. The co-founders and co-convenors (Dr Meagan Wong and Dr Emily Jones) of the Essex Public International Law Lecture series invite you to attend the following event: Gender and the Lost Private Side of International Law, Professor Karen Knop, University of Toronto. The event will take place on 26 April, from 4-5pm (UK). For more information and to register, please see here.  

3. BIICL Virtual Course: International Trade Law. This British Institute of International and Comparative Law virtual training course in International Trade Law starts on 28 May 2021. The course offers an in-depth dynamic and applied knowledge of the regulatory framework of the multilateral trading system, covering both the institutional and substantive law of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). Delivered by academics, practitioners and experts in the field, the training course will offer a practical insight into the most recent developments, at a critical time for international trade law, international governance and connectivity. The virtual course format will consist of a series of ten 1.5 hours sessions in which live training is offered via Zoom. More information can be found on the course page

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