Announcements: Ship as a Unit Rule Lecture; Sanctions, Remittances, and (in)Security Conference; CfP Change and Stability in EU External Relations Law; CfP Cambridge International Law Journal; CfP ASIL International Criminal Law Interest Group; CfP International Community Law Review; Rosalyn Higgins Prize; Western Academy for Advanced Research Position; Summer School on EU Migration and Asylum Law and Policy; Exploring Multi-Fora Litigation Conference; CfP EYCL; CfP Small States and Arctic Sustainability Workshop

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1. The Scope of the ‘Ship as a Unit’ Rule’ Lecture. A Lecture by Judge Liesbeth Lijnzaad in the Public International Law Lecture Series, entitled ‘We’re in this together, the scope of the ‘ship as a unit’ rule’ chaired by Dr Meagan Wong will take place on Wednesday 8 May, 6pm BST. The Public International Law Lecture Series is co-founded by Dr Emily Jones and Dr Meagan Wong. See here for more information and to register. 

2. Sanctions, Remittances, and (in)Security: Legal Conundrums, Financial Paradoxes, and Humanitarian Puzzles Conference. The conference “Sanctions, Remittances, and (in)Security: Legal Conundrums, Financial Paradoxes, and Humanitarian Puzzles” will take place at Leiden University (in-person only) on 15 May 2024. Register here.

3. Call for Papers: Between Crisification and Legal Resilience – Change and Stability in EU External Relations Law. In recent years, crisis narratives have dominated EU legal discourse. While traditionally crises are seen as moments of rapture in a continuum of normal law and policy-making within a given governance field, the recent proliferation of crises – whether real or perceived – has arguably led to a perpetual state of exceptionalism. This ‘crisification’ raises a whole host of questions for EU law – and for EU external relations law in particular. The conference aims to explore the overarching topic of ‘crisification’ of EU external relations law and invites critical reflection on different aspects of the debate. For more information, see here

4. Call For Papers: Volume 13(2) of the Cambridge International Law Journal. The Editorial Board of the Cambridge International Law Journal (CILJ) is inviting submissions for Volume 13(2), to be published in December 2024. This issue accepts submissions on the theme of ‘The intersection of peace and sustainability in international law’. The Journal accepts submissions that engage with current themes in international law, including articles between 6,000 and 12,000 words including footnotes, case notes, and book reviews. Submissions for Volume 13(2) must be received through the online Submittable platform by 11:59 pm (BST) on Tuesday 7 May 2024. More details are available here.

5. Call for Papers: ASIL International Criminal Law Interest Group Works-in-Progress Conference. The ASIL International Criminal Law Interest Group will be holding its annual Works-in-Progress Conference in person on Monday 24 June 2024 at Boston University School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts.  Submissions at various stages of development on any topic related to international criminal law broadly construed (including transnational criminal law) are welcomed. They also welcome indication of interest from those interested in commenting on papers. Prospective participants should fill out this form by 20 May 2024.  Decisions will be made shortly thereafter. Drafts will due approximately two weeks before the conference. Questions can be e-mailed to co-chairs Ryan Liss (rliss {at} uwo(.)ca) or Steve Koh (koh {at} bu(.)edu).

6. Call for Papers: The International Community Law Review. An open call for papers or special issue proposals from the International Community Law Review (ICLR) has been issued. The ICLR addresses all aspects of international law and the international community. The Journal aims to explore the implications of various traditions of international law, as well as more current perceived hegemonic trends for the idea of an international community. They invite submissions from scholars at all stages of their academic career for articles, shorter articles/comments, case notes and book reviews. Submissions can be made here. More information can be found here.

7. Rosalyn Higgins Prize. The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals now invites submissions for the 2024 Rosalyn Higgins Prize. The Rosalyn Higgins Prize is an annual prize which awards EUR 1.000 of Brill book vouchers and a one-year LPICT subscription to the author of the best article on the law and practice of the International Court of Justice, either focusing solely on the ICJ or with the ICJ as one of the dispute settlement mechanisms under consideration. The winning article will also be published in LPICT and made freely available online for ninety days to maximize its dissemination. Deadline: 15 May 2024. More information can be found here.  

8. Western Academy for Advanced Research: Postdoctoral Opportunity on Peace and International Law. The Western Academy for Advanced Research (WAFAR) is seeking applications for two (2) postdoctoral associates to work with the upcoming WAFAR theme on “The Possibilities for Peace in the Twenty-First Century.” WAFAR, based at the University of Western Ontario, Canada, brings together interdisciplinary and international teams of scholars to address major issues facing humanity through periods of dedicated focus. It is expected that the postdoctoral associate will work with WAFAR for the duration of the project, spanning from January 2025 until December 2025. Given the interdisciplinary nature of the project, candidates from all fields of study are encouraged to apply if their expertise relates to the study of interstate peace, broadly construed. Further details about the position and instructions concerning how to apply can be found here.

9. Odysseus Network Summer School on EU Migration and Asylum Law and Policy. The 24th edition of the Odysseus Network summer school on EU migration and asylum law and policy is open for applications. It will take place in Brussels and online from the 1 – 12 of July 2024. This 24th edition of the summer school will focus on the new instruments to be adopted in 2024 under the new Pact on migration and asylum. All courses will be entirely updated and cover the issues of screening, Dublin and solidarity between Member States, Asylum Procedures, Eurodac, crisis, force majeure and instrumentalization, reception conditions, qualification & asylum agency. Apply here – deadline 15 May.

10. Recharacterising International Disputes: Exploring the Phenomenon of Multi-Fora Litigation Conference.  On 12 – 13 June 2024, Maastricht University’s Faculty of Law will host a conference titled ‘Recharacterising International Disputes: Exploring the Phenomenon of Multi-Fora Litigation’. This is a hybrid event, offering both in-person and online participation options. Registration is free of charge, but seating at the conference venue is limited. For more details, to register for both online and in-person attendance, and to view the programme, see here.

11. Call for Papers: Seventh Volume of the EYCL – Fundamental Rights in Times of Crisis. The EYCL is an annual publication devoted to the study of constitutional law. The yearbook provides a forum for in-depth analysis and discussion of new developments in constitutional law in Europe and beyond. The yearbook is published by TMC Asser Press in cooperation with Springer Publishers. Find the call for papers here.

12. Call for Papers: Small States and Arctic Sustainability Workshop. Singapore Management University Yong Pung How School of Law is soliciting papers that address the key question of the Workshop: How do small States engage with international law and governance to address sustainability challenges in the Arctic? Papers could be related (but not restricted to) the following sub-themes: geopolitics, technology, and climate change – three major challenges for sustainability in the Arctic. The due date for submitting the abstract is 15 July 2024.  Workshop will take place on 20 November 2024 in Singapore. Details of the Call can be found here.

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