1. Submissions for the SIEL-Hart Prize in International Economic Law. The SIEL–Hart Prize is awarded every two years to an outstanding unpublished manuscript by an early career scholar in the field of International Economic Law. The winner of the SIEL–Hart Prize will receive a contract for publication within the Hart series Studies in International Trade and Investment Law; a £250 Hart book voucher; a SIEL bursary of up to £750 to cover travel and accommodation expenses to, and waiver of the registration fee for, the 2020 SIEL Global Conference (to be held in Milan, July 2020). Full details about the prize can be found here. Deadline for submissions is 1 December 2019.
2. American University Washington College of Law LLM. The LL.M. in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at the American University Washington College of Law is accepting applications for the hybrid and online programs starting this January. Students will benefit from a flexible curriculum focused on over 20 human rights doctrinal courses offered every year and taught by expert faculty. Deadline to apply is 1 December, classes start January 2020. Apply here.