Announcements: Crisis of International Criminal Law in Africa Seminar; Neglected Methodologies of International Law Workshop

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Modern Law Review Seminar: ‘The Crisis of International Criminal Law in Africa’. This joint conference between University of Leicester and University of Johannesburg will take place on 7 November 2017, 8.45 am-5 pm (UK time) in the Haldane Room, Fielding Johnson Building, University of Leicester, UK, and Faculty of Law, University of Johannesburg, South Africa (both venues will be linked by Skype). Confirmed speakers include Judge Morrison, International Criminal Court (ICC), Sarah Swart, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), and members of the International Law and Policy in Africa Network (ILPAN). For further information, see here. The contact for bookings or further enquiries is eyo1 {at}

Workshop on ‘The Neglected Methodologies of International Law – Empirical, Socio-Legal and Comparative’. This workshop is being held at the University of Leicester on 31 January 2018. Methodologies of international law remain predominantly doctrinal. However, new approaches to international legal research are emerging. We welcome submissions that engage with innovative, non-dogmatic approaches to the study of international law – either in the form of theoretical analysis or case studies. The  full call for abstracts can be found here.
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