Announcements: Exiting the Energy Charter Treaty Event; CfP German Yearbook of International Law; GROMADA Summer School and Moot Court; Global Health Law Interest Group Student Writing Competition

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1. Exiting the Energy Charter Treaty under the Law of Treaties. In the latest in the series Bocconi Conversations in International Law, Lorand Bartels (University of Cambridge) and Tibisay Morgandi (Queen Mary University of London), in conversation with Roger O’Keefe (Bocconi University), will discuss whether there is a way under the law of treaties for states parties withdrawing from the Energy Charter Treaty to circumvent the treaty’s 20-year sunset clause. The event will take place in hybrid format on Friday, 19 April 2024, 4:30-6:00pm at Bocconi University, via Röntgen 1, 20136 Milan, room 1.c3.01. Registration is required for attendance in person (email dip.ius {at} unibocconi(.)it). To follow the event on Zoom, see here, and use meeting ID 993 0983 0316, passcode 539190.

2. Call for Papers: The German Yearbook of International Law. The Editors of the German Yearbook of International Law (GYIL) have opened the call for contributions to the “General Articles” section of Volume 67 (2024). Submissions can be on all topics and fields of interest that are relevant to public international law. Papers submitted should be in English, be between 10,000-12,500 words (inclusive of footnotes), and must conform with the house style of the GYIL (accessible on the website of the Walther Schücking Institute for International Law). Submissions, including a brief abstract, keywords, statement of affiliation, and confirmation of exclusive submission, should be sent by 31 August 2024 to the Managing Editor of the GYIL via e-mail: yearbook {at} wsi(.)uni-kiel.de.

3. GROMADA Summer School and Moot Court on International Law. The University of Hamburg is hosting the GROMADA summer school and moot court on international law protecting for the environment during and after armed conflicts and the opportunities and limitations of citizen science from 25 August – 1 September 2024 in Hamburg. The interdisciplinary summer school is aimed at people interested in law, environmental sciences, and other related disciplines. The moot court at the end of the summer school will address various scenarios of war-related environmental damage after the Russian full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Applications from students, PhDs, postdocs and people affiliated with NGOs are welcome. More information can be found here. Application deadline: 30 April).

4. Global Health Law Interest Group Student Writing Competition. The Global Health Law Interest Group (GHLIG) of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) has announced the establishment of an annual Student Writing Competition. This competition aims to foster insightful and impactful discussions among students globally on crucial health law topics that have international significance. Starting in 2024, the GHLIG will award annually a Prize to the author(s) of an unpublished paper that a Selection Committee considers to be outstanding in the field of global health law. The competition is open to any individual enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program in any country. To be eligible, a paper must be written in the academic year 2023-2024. Jointly authored papers are not eligible. Membership in ASIL is not required. More information on submission is available here

 
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