Announcements: International Law Weekend 2018; CfP Edinburgh-Glasgow International Law Workshop; Legal Resilience in an Era of Hybrid Threats

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1. International Law Weekend 2018. International Law Weekend, a prestigious annual international law conference co-sponsored by the American Branch of the International Law Association and the International Law Students’ Association, will take place from 18 – 20 October, at Fordham Law School, and at the New York City Bar Association. For a detailed conference program, please see here.  For information regarding registration, please see here.

2. CfP Edinburgh-Glasgow International Law Workshop. The Edinburgh Institute for International and Global Law of Edinburgh Law School and the International Law and Security Research Group of the Glasgow Law School, will convene the first annual Edinburgh-Glasgow International Law Workshop at the Playfair Library Hall of Old College, the University of Edinburgh, on April 8 – 9 2019. The workshop invites applications for paper presentations in any subfield of international law and with any methodological orientation. Abstracts of not more than 750 words should be submitted by interested applicants to EdinGow2019 {at} by 15 November 2018. More information can be found online.

3. Legal Resilience in an Era of Hybrid Threats – Conference and Call for Papers. The Exeter Centre for International Law and its conference partners, the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats and the Geneva Centre for Security Policy, are delighted to invite you to a conference on ‘Legal Resilience in an Era of Hybrid Threats’, to be held on 8 – 10 April 2019 at the University of Exeter. The aim of the event is to explore the utility of legal resilience as an analytical and policy framework for countering the legal challenges presented by gray zone conflict, hybrid warfare and lawfare. The conference organizers invite proposals for papers, to be submitted by 30 November 2018, addressing subjects including the notion of legal resilience; strategies for rendering the international legal system more resilient against contemporary threats; the legal challenges presented by gray zone conflict, hybrid warfare and lawfare; the impact of influence operations and other indirect forms of intervention; and the legal and ethical implications of counter-lawfare. The full call for papers and more information about the event can be found here

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