Announcements: SIEL October Conversation; Brunel International Law Group; UN Audiovisual Library of International Law; University of Helsinki Vacancy; Unlocking Slavery Crimes Lecture; CfA Law, Human Rights and Religion; Climate Change Vacancy; Geneva LLM

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1. SIEL October Conversation. The Society of International Economic Law (SIEL) is hosting its October Conversation entitled ‘Institutions and Dispute Settlement under WTO’, with Gerardo Vidigal (University of Amsterdam),  Tommaso Soave (Central European University; Former WTO Appellate Body Secretariat), Marcus Gustafsson (Legal Service of the European Commission), Pınar Artıran (Istanbul Bilgi University; WTO Chair), chaired and moderated by Kathleen Claussen (University of Miami School of Law). 28 October 2021 at 3pm CET time. Registration is available here.  More information can be found here.

2. Brunel University London International Law Group Inaugural Event. The Brunel University London International Law Group is hosting its online inaugural event titled ‘International Judges and Academics in Discussion.’ The event is being held in two parts, on October 20 and November 4 respectively and hosts the International Criminal Court Judge Kimberly Prost, the former UK Judge to the International Criminal Court, Howard Morrison and Mark Drumbl. Part II hosts the European Court of Human Rights Judges, Iulia Motoc and Ganna Yudkivska as well as Marko Milanovic. The Group will be holding fortnight online panel discussions and a Junior Scholars’ Conference. More details on these can be found at the Brunel University London’s events page or by emailing the Group’s co-Directors, Dr Patricia Hobbs and Dr Solon Solomon. Join Part I by clicking here. The link details for Part II will appear here in due course.

3. New Additions to the UN Audiovisual Library of International Law (AVL). The Codification Division of the UN Office of Legal Affairs recently added the following materials to the Lecture Series and Historic Archives of the UN Audiovisual Library of International Law: a lecture by Professor Jennifer Trahan on “War Crimes Prosecutions”; a lecture by Professor Bogdan Aurescu on “Sea-Level Rise in relation to International Law – A Concrete Contribution by the International Law Commission to Solving a Problem of Pressing Concern for the International Community” and an introductory note by Professor Donald M. McRae on the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, 1947. The Audiovisual Library of International Law is also available as a podcast on SoundCloud and can also be accessed through the relevant preinstalled applications on Apple or Google devices, or through the podcast application of your preference by searching “Audiovisual Library of International Law”.

4. Professor, Associate Professor, or Assistant Professor of International Law (Helsinki). The Faculty of Law at the University of Helsinki invites applications for the position of Professor, Associate Professor, or Assistant Professor of International Law. The closing date for applications is 7 November 2021. For more information, please see the job announcement here.

5. Unlocking Slavery Crimes Lecture. The Convenors of the Essex Public International Law Lecture Series (Dr Meagan Wong and Dr Emily Jones) are hosting a lecture on Monday 1 November at 6pm GMT to be given by Professor Patricia Viseur Sellers, Special Advisor for Slavery Crimes to the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, entitled ‘Unlocking Slavery Crimes.’ Slavery and the slave trade, practiced for generations, were expressly outlawed by international treaties, covenants, and tribunal statutes during the twentieth century. Notwithstanding, today’s legal redress of slavery and the slave trade is mired in a conceptually myopic morass. Slavery and the slave trade remains captive to the structural deficiencies embedded in statutes and their jurisprudential misinterpretation. This lecture attempts to unlock the shackles of Slavery Crimes. Registration and more information here.

6. Call for Abstracts – Flashpoints Conference: Law, Human Rights and Religion. A hybrid format conference organised by the Centre for Rights and Justice (CRJ) at Nottingham Law School, exploring themes which ignite debate in the field of Law, Human Rights and Religion. Conference date: Friday 10 December 2021. For 2021, they are particularly encouraging papers on the following themes: Freedom of religious expression and hate speech; Freedom of religion death and dying; Historical Papers; Freedom of religion, belief and children’s rights. They will also be pleased to receive proposed papers relating to the wider theme of Law, Human Rights and Religion. Email your proposed title and an abstract of no more than 150 words to selbi.durdiyeva {at} ntu.ac(.)uk. The deadline for proposals is Monday 22 November 2021. More information can be found here.

7. NUS Centre for International Law Research Position: Research Associate/Assistant Climate Change Law and Policy. The NUS Centre for International Law (CIL) is accepting applications from candidates with both an advanced degree (LLB/JD or LL.M) in public international law/environmental or climate law and prior work experience of between 1 to 3 years. Applications are assessed on a rolling basis. Full details of the position and application procedure are available here. For further information on the focus area including events, activities and publications,  see here.  Applications open 14 October 2021 and close on 14 November 2021.

8. Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, LL.M. in International Law. Applications are now open for the LL.M. in International Law at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, for the academic year 2022-2023 starting in September 2022. The intensive 10-month programme offers a wide course selection, covering not only the foundations of public international law but also allowing students to specialise in one of three different concentration streams: Protection of the Individual in International Law, International Environmental Law and Governance, and International Economic Law. The deadline to apply is 15 January 2022. Apply here.

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