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PluriCourts – Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order at the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo announces Postdoctoral Research Fellows in Political Science, Law, and Political Philosophy/Political Theory. See more here. Deadline for applications: March 5, 2013.


The Asian Society for International Law announces a call for papers for their 4th biennial conference. Details here.


The Graduate Program ‘Law and Economics of Money and Finance’ together with the Cluster of Excellence ‘Normative Orders’ at Goethe University Frankfurt are convening the international and interdisciplinary symposium ‘10 Years Equator Principles: Fragment of a Normative Sustainability Order or Business as Usual?’ in order to mark the tenth anniversary of the adoption of the Equator Principles. Bringing together experts on the Equator Principles from academia, the finance industry and civil society, the symposium will assess the Equator Principles’ impact on project finance and, more broadly, sustainable finance and CSR. The symposium will take place on 14/15 March 2013 at the House of Finance of Goethe University Frankfurt. For the symposium program please see here.

The speakers of this year’s symposium are: Foster Deibert (Portigon), Christian Förster (Goethe University), Johan Frijns (Bank Track), Reidar Kvam (International Finance Corporation /World Bank Group), Suellen Lambert Lazarus (Independent Consultant),Ariel Meyerstein (University of California, Berkeley), Niamh O’Sullivan (University of Amsterdam), Bert Scholtens (University of Groningen), Josef Wieland (University of Applied Sciences Konstanz), Cynthia Williams (University of Illinois).


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