Announcements: Colonialism and the EU Legal Order Conference; ECHR in Areas of Conflict Conference; International Law Weekend; CfP International Trade and Business Law Review; CfS Student Rights and Legal Education Journal

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1. Conference: Colonialism and the EU Legal Order, University of Copenhagen, 29-30 September. In 1957, when the European Union (then EEC) was founded, four of the original six Member States were colonial powers. This conference will bring lawyers, legal historians, sociologists and political scientists together to discuss the ways in which colonialism has shaped the EU legal order. The reverberations of colonialism will be addressed with respect to the construction of EU law in areas such as development aid; trade and free movement; the interpretation of specific legal categories; as well as the in the re-emergence of actors; and the setting up of institutions. Ultimately, this conference will reflect on the implications of these imprints of colonialism, for the individual subjected to EU law and for the societies that the EU legal order touches. More information can be found here.  
 
2. Lighting the Shade: Effective Application of ECHR in Areas of Conflict in Europe. The Irish Centre for Human Rights at the School of Law, National University of Ireland – Galway, is hosting an Academic Conference Lighting the Shade: Effective Application of ECHR in Areas of Conflict in Europe on 1 September. It is open to all to observe proceedings online. Register here

3. International Law Weekend 2022. The American Branch of the International Law Association (ABILA) has opened registration for International Law Weekend (#ILW2022) which will be held 20 -22 October 2022 in NYC. The unifying theme for ILW 2022, held during the American Branch’s centennial year, is The Next 100 Years of International Law. The conference will feature 35 panels (many of which offer CLE), a High-Level Opening Plenary, multiple keynote addresses, networking opportunities, the 100th Members Meeting, award ceremonies, and more. The Thursday evening Centennial Gala & Dinner and Friday evening UN Mission Reception require separate tickets. The early bird discount ends on September 10 and non-members can select the bundle rate for big savings. To register and learn more about International Law Weekend 2022 see here.  
 
4. Call for Papers: International Trade and Business Law Review (ITBLR) Volume XXIV.  In this call for papers, the International Trade and Business Law Review invite papers that touch on any of the following themes: Trade, investment, and contractual debates arising out of local, national, regional, supranational, institutional, formal, and informal arrangements; Legal and policy issues in global market, food security, finance, technology, the value chain, and various regulatory techniques of labour and capital; Environmental, social, human rights/humanitarian dimensions of political and economic measures, including monetary, tax, intellectual property, development, and immigration laws and policies; and, Legal, political, and ethical implications of ideas linked to global trade and business, including to, bailout, free trade, protectionism, responsible business, and corporate liability. The deadline to submit the paper is 30 November 2022. They would particularly encourage scholars from the Global South. For any queries, email Dr Sharmin Tania or Dr Mostafa Haider at ITBLR {at} curtin.edu(.)au.  For further information, see here

5. Call for Submissions: Student Rights and Legal Education Journal. New, published quarterly, international, scientific (double blind peer-reviewed) journal — “Student Rights and Legal Education Journal” — is now accepting the submissions for its first issue. The Journal focuses on the topics related to student rights, education related legislation and policy, and legal education. They are interested in widening the discourse around student rights and legal education as well as publishing research and commentary related to national, regional, and international perspectives. The Journal invites submissions from a wide range of disciplines including law, education, philosophy, and psychology. The process of submission does not have any specific deadline (they accept papers all year long), however, the deadline for the articles to be published in the first issue is 30 September 2022. The Author Guidelines can be found here. The homepage of the Journal can be found here.  For any enquiries, contact the Editorial Team at: journal {at} prawaucznia(.)pl.

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