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Announcements: CfP International Law of Military Operations; BIICL Annual Grotius Lecture & Dinner; Hamburg International Environmental Law Conference; Additions to UN Audiovisual Library; Colloquium on Emotions and International Law; Global Governance Summer School; IGLP Workshop; Student Writing Competition; International Law Literature Forum

Published on March 13, 2016        Author: 

1. Call for Papers: The International Law of Military Operations – Mapping the Field. Military deployments in the territory of other States are subject to a diverse range of rules under international law. In recent years, it has become increasingly common to refer to these rules as ‘operations law’ or the ‘international law of military operations’. The purpose of this conference, from 21 – 23 June 2016, in Exeter, UK, is to develop our understanding of the international law of military operations from a comparative and practical perspective. It is with great pleasure that the International Society for Military Law and the Law of War and Exeter Law School invite subject matter experts to submit their proposals for presenting a paper at the conference. See here for further information on particular topics of interest and the submission process. Proposals must be submitted by 8 April 2016.

2. BIICL Annual Grotius Lecture and Dinner 2016. The BIICL Annual Lecture and Dinner will take place on 21 March 2016 at the Law Society in London. The lecture will be delivered by The Rt Hon. Lady Justice Arden DBE, Head of International Judicial Relations for England and Wales, on the subject:’Water for All? Developing a Human Right to Water in National and International Law’. The lecture will be chaired by the President of BIICL, The Right Honourable The Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers KG PC. The lecture is followed by a networking drinks reception and an optional dinner is available to those attendees looking to extend their evening. David Anderson QC will deliver a speech during dinner entitled ‘Responding to Terrorism’. David’s speech will touch on the UK’s response to the terrorist threat, drawing on his personal observations as Independent Reviewer. Find out more and book online here.

3. Hamburg International Environmental Law Conference 2016. The HIELC 2016 will take place on 15-16 April 2016 under the title “A Sea Change for Sustainable Ocean Resource Governance”. High ranking experts from all over the world will address the fragile balance between the economically efficient use of ocean resources and the preservation of the ocean’s ecosystem in their presentations and in the subsequent working groups. Furthermore, the conference offers a forum to international and interdisciplinary academics and practitioners to share their insights. For further information and registration, please see here.

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Announcements: Second Thessaloniki Summer Course; EU’s Response to the Refugee Crisis; Interaction Between Human Rights: 50 Years of the Covenants; AHRI Call for Submissions; CfP Climate Refugees: Beyond the Legal Impasse?

Published on March 6, 2016        Author: 

1. Second Thessaloniki Summer Course. The Kalliopi Koufa Foundation for the Promotion of International and Human Rights Law is delighted to announce that the Second Thessaloniki Summer Course to be hosted by the Foundation in the historical city of Thessaloniki from 27 June to 8 July 2016 will deal with the ever-increasing importance of International Environmental Law and is titled “International Environmental Governance: Contemporary Challenges and Prospects”. Registration is now open. Prospective applicants may take advantage of the early-bird application fee. For more information, see here.

2. The EU’s Response to the Refugee Crisis. The International Law Programme at Chatham House will be hosting a meeting on ‘The EU’s Response to the Refugee Crisis: Prospects for Greater Cooperation?’ on 9 March 2016 at Chatham House. The meeting will consider the possible EU policy responses to the refugee and migrant crisis and whether there is a way to reconcile national and strengthen compliance with international refugee law. For further details and to enquire about registering see here.

3. Interaction Between Human Rights: 50 Years of the Covenants. INTRAlaw (International and Transnational Tendencies in Law) is organising a workshop on 29–30 September 2016 on the theme of ‘Interaction between human rights: 50 years of the Covenants’. The colloquium will bring together scholars working on the interaction within the human rights regime on the international, regional and domestic planes. What is of interest is the way that the two covenants have influenced each other in their legal development; and, significantly, the way that different human rights systems have influenced each other in the definition and implementation of these rights. Particular attention will be given to the activities of the Human Rights Committee and the Committee on Economic Social and Cultural Rights, and their role in interpreting and driving implementation of the ICCPR and the ICESCR. INTRAlaw has issued a call for papers for the workshop. See here for further information. Abstracts must be submitted by 15 April 2016.

4. AHRI Call for Submissions. The Association of Human Rights Institutes (AHRI) calls for the submission of proposals for papers to be presented at the general AHRI Human Rights Research Conference held at the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM) in Utrecht, the Netherlands, on 2-3 September 2016. The title of the conference is “50 Years of the Two UN Human Rights Covenants: Legacies and Prospects”, and the conference will have six thematic tracks: indivisibility and interactions of norms and regimes; citizenship, migrants and refugees; non-state actors and human rights; EU and human rights; the global economy and human rights; and new avenues in human rights research. Find the full call for papers here.  

5. Call for Papers: Climate Refugees: Beyond the Legal Impasse? A One-Day Workshop will be held at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, on 4 July 2016. The aim of this workshop is to address a fundamental gap in academic literature and policy making; namely the legal ‘no-man’s land’ in which the issue of climate refugees currently resides. Papers which address the following areas will be considered: Questions of international rights and responsibilities; the role of international institutions; legal interactions and tools for systemic integration; the relevance of the emerging concept ‘environmental justice’ to climate refugees, and creative future pathways and ways to overcome the impasse. Please send the title of your proposed paper along with a 200-word abstract and your contact details to avidan.kent {at} uea.ac(.)uk by 15 April 2016. For further information please email Dr Simon Behrman s.behrman {at} uea.ac(.)uk . See here for further details.

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Announcements: New additions to the UN Audiovisual Library of International Law; ILA British Branch Spring Conference; Senior Lecturer Vacancy, University of Essex School of Law; Call for Papers, AgLaw Colloquium

Published on February 28, 2016        Author: 

1. New additions to the UN Audiovisual Library of International Law. The Codification Division of the UN Office of Legal Affairs has added new lectures to the UN Audiovisual Library of International Law website, which provides high quality international law training and research materials to users around the world free of charge. The latest lectures were given by Professor Concepción Escobar Hernández on “Inmunidad de jurisdicción penal extranjera de los funcionarios del Estado” and by Professor Françoise J. Hampson on “Reservations to Human Rights Treaties”.

2. ILA British Branch Spring ConferenceThis two day conference at Lancaster University, from 8-9 April 2016, will first explore the implications of non-state actors for the structure of international law: its sources, boundaries, functions and obligations, and in dispute settlement and responsibility. Secondly, it will investigate the role of prominent non-state actors: corporations, international organisations, organised armed groups and terrorist networks. For further details and registration please visit the conference website.

3. Senior Lecturer/Reader in International Human Rights Law Vacancy. The School of Law, University of Essex, is appointing a Senior Lecturer/Reader in International Human Rights Law. This is an appointment for a key role in the International Human Rights law team in the School of Law. In addition to a general expertise in the field of Public International Law, the individual will be expected to have expertise in a particular area of International Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law, International Humanitarian Law or directly related fields. See here for further details. Read the rest of this entry…

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Announcements: International Criminal Justice, Migration and Human Trafficking Course; FRAME workshop – A global force for human rights?; Third-Party Economic Sanctions Lecture; PluriCourts Professor Vacancies and Postdoctoral Fellowships; Program of Advanced Studies on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law; RfS Manchester Journal of International Economic Law; Revista Tribuna Internacional

Published on February 21, 2016        Author: 

1. Hague Academy Advanced Course on International Criminal Justice, Migration and Human Trafficking. The Hague Academy of International Law and the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies will host the second edition of the Advanced Course on International Criminal Law between 30 May and 8 June 2016, at the Peace Palace, The Hague. The course will focus on International Criminal Justice, Migration and Human Trafficking. It will include a panel discussion on International Law and the Migration Crisis and interactive lectures on, inter alia, the interplay between refugee law, migration law and international criminal justice, the movement of persons across borders in international law, modern types of slavery and human exploitation and human trafficking as a crime against humanity. The course is coordinated by Prof. Carsten Stahn, Programme Director of the Grotius Centre (The Hague). It is geared at practitioners who seek to enlarge their vision or discover a new field of practice and scholars seeking to gain expertise in the application of concepts and norms. Further information on the programme and application process is available here.

2. FRAME workshop ‘A global force for human rights?’. The FRAME workshop ‘A global force for human rights? Assessing the EU´s comprehensive approach to human rights in crisis management and conflict´ will take place at the Law School of the University of Seville (Spain), on 11 March 2016. The workshop will consist of a keynote speech and two panels. The keynote speech is entitled “A Global Force for Human Rights? Preliminary Findings from the FRAME Project” by Prof. Dr. Jan Wouters. The first panel will deal with the applicable regulatory frameworks regarding human rights violations in conflicts and the protection of vulnerable groups. The second panel will discuss the integration of human rights and international Humanitarian Law (IHL) and democracy/rule of law principles and tools into the Common Security and Defence  Policy (CSDP) and missions and evaluating their impact on vulnerable groups. More details can be found here. To register, email Laura Iñigo via linigo {at} us(.)es.

3. Third-Party Economic Sanctions Lecture. On Thursday 25 February 2016 from 6pm to 7pm at UCL Pavilion (Main Quad), Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, Professor Cecile Fabre (University of Oxford) will speak on third-party economic sanctions. Mindful that economic sanctions have become a staple of foreign policy, Professor Fabre’s lecture focuses on the question of whether just war theory provides a useful normative framework for assessing the morality of sanctions; whether sanctions are effective; and whether the harms which they occasion to innocent civilians are such as to render them impermissible. Professor Fabre will explore so-called unilateral third party sanctions, such as have been imposed by the United States vis-à-vis Iran and Cuba. Her aim is to provide a cosmopolitan defence of unilateral third-party sanctions as a means to stop ongoing human rights violations. The lecture will be chaired by Professor Leif Wenar (Kings College London). Admission is free but registration is required (here). Read the rest of this entry…

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New Issue of EJIL (Vol. 26 (2015) No. 4) – Out Now

Published on February 17, 2016        Author: 

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Law has been published. Beginning tomorrow, we will have a series of posts by Joseph Weiler – Editor in Chief of EJIL. These posts appear in the Editorial in the new issue. Here is the Table of Contents for this new issue:

Editorial

On My Way Out – Advice to Young Scholars II: Career Strategy and the Publication Trap; Roll of Honour; In this Issue

Articles

Yishai Beer, Humanity Considerations Cannot Reduce War’s Hazards Alone: Revitalizing the Concept of Military Necessity

Helen Keller and Cedric Marti, Reconceptualizing Implementation – The Judicialization of the Execution of the European Court of Human Rights’ Judgments

Anna Dolidze, Bridging Comparative and International Law: Amicus Curiae Participation as a Vertical Legal Transplant

Ruth Rubio-Marín and Mathias Möschel, Antidiscrimination Exceptionalism: Racist Violence before the ECtHR and the Holocaust Prism

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Announcements: AEL Summer Courses; Durham Lecturer Positions; CfP All Art and Cultural Heritage Law Conference; GlobalTrust Applications; CfP Investment Migration; CfP Interactions Between EU and International Law Workshop; CfP Authority of International Lawyers and Others; Thinking Through the International Conference; Max Planck Group Leader in Bogotá; CfP Adjudicating International Trade and Investment Disputes

Published on February 13, 2016        Author: 

Academy of European Law Summer Courses. The Academy of European Law (AEL) holds two summer courses each year on Human Rights Law and the Law of the European Union, at the European University Institute, in the hills above Florence. The Summer Courses are renowned for their innovative and cutting-edge topics, combined with the highest standards of academic content presented by leading scholars and thinkers. Each year the courses attract highly qualified participants from all around the world. The 2016 Human Rights Law Course will be held from 20 June to 1 July. It comprises a General Course on ‘The Sources of International Human Rights Law’ by Professor Jean d’Aspremont (University of Manchester and University of Amsterdam) and a series of specialized courses on the topic of ‘The Sources of Human Rights’ by leading scholars from universities all over the world. The 2016 Law of the European Union Course will be held from 4 July to 15 July. It comprises a General Course on ‘The Global Reach of EU Law’ by Professor Joanne Scott (University College London) and a series of specialized courses on the same topic by leading scholars and practitioners in the Law of the EU. The deadline for applications is 4 April 2016. See here for further information.

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in International Law at Durham University. Durham Law School, in the United Kingdom, is advertising for the appointment of three lecturers and senior lecturers (for the general posts click here), with one additional lectureship/senior lectureship specifically reserved for international law (for the international law post click here). There are excellent opportunities at Durham for international lawyers: besides launching a new LL.M in International Law and Governance in October 2016, there are research clusters in the School as well as on a University-wide level, at the Global Policy Institute, the Institute for Border Research, and the Global Security Institute. The closing date for applications is 14 March 2016, with interviews to be held on 18 April 2016. For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Roger Masterman, Head of Durham Law School, or any of the international law academics (Aoife O’Donoghue, Gleider Hernández, Catherine Turner and Henry Jones) based at Durham.

Call for Papers: Second All Art and Cultural Heritage Law Conference. The Art-Law Centre of the University of Geneva is inviting submissions for papers to be presented at the Second All Art and Cultural Heritage Law Conference, to be held on 24 June 2016. The call for papers is herePaper proposals should include a title and an abstract no longer than 300 words, and should be accompanied by a short biography and full contact details of the author, including institutional affiliation, mailing address and e-mail address. Paper proposals should be emailed to the Art-Law Centre’s team at art-adr {at} unige(.)ch by 29 February 2016. Successful applicants will be notified by 14 March 2016, and would be required to submit a summary of their presentation by 23 May 2016 Read the rest of this entry…

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ESIL-International Human Rights Law Symposium: Interactions Between IHRL and Other Sub-branches of International Law

Published on February 4, 2016        Author: 

We are happy to announce that over the course of this week and next we will be hosting an ESIL Interest Group on Human Rights blog symposium on the interactions between international human rights law (IHRL) and other sub-branches of international law. This follows the previous ESIL-IHRL Online Symposium – Is There General International Human Rights Law?

The discussion will start with an introduction by Başak Çali and Lorna McGregor, co-chairs of the ESIL Interest Group on Human Rights. The symposium will go on to consider the relationship between IHRL and other areas of public international law. Lucas Lixinski will analyse the interaction between IHRL and international cultural heritage law, whilst  Francoise Hampson and Daragh Murray will review its relationship with international humanitarian law. Robert Cryer will consider the interaction with international criminal law, Tara Van Ho the relationship with international investment law accounting, and Siobhán McInerney-Lankford the interaction of IHRL and development regimes.

We are grateful to all of the contributors for participating in what we are sure will be a fascinating symposium.

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Announcements: ECHR and the Crimes of the Past; Journal on the Use of Force and International Law RfS; Women in International Law Network; International Cultural Heritage Law Summer School; CfC for International Criminal Justice On/And Film Workshop; Conference on the Protection of Persons in Times of Disasters; Drones and International Law Event; Reforms of the Individual Complaint Mechanisms Conference

Published on January 31, 2016        Author: 

1. European Convention on Human Rights and the Crimes of the Past. A one-day conference entitled European Convention on Human Rights and the Crimes of the Past is organized jointly by the European Court of Human Rights and the European Society for International Law.  The programme includes presentations by judges from the European Court of Human Rights, as well as international law scholars.  The conference will take place on Friday 26 February 2016 at the premises of the Court in Strasbourg. Registration is now open (deadline: 19 February). In order to register, please send an email to ESIL-ECHR-Conf2016 {at} echr.coe(.)int.

2. Request for Submissions: Journal on the Use of Force and International Law. The Journal on the Use of Force and International Law (Routledge) is requesting submissions. The Journal attracts contributions both from scholars writing on the general nature of the law in the area of the jus ad bellum and those examining particular uses of force or developments in this field of law. The Journal invites submissions of unsolicited manuscripts for both articles (suggested word length between 8-25,000 words including footnotes) and book reviews (suggested word length between  3-4,000 words including footnotes).  All submissions will be double-blind peer reviewed and should comply with the Journal’s style guidelines. The deadline for submissions is 20 May 2016.  Articles and book reviews can be submitted online here.

3. Women in International Law Network: The Olive Schill Society. At a time where there are continuing efforts to promote the place of women working in international law, such as the recently launched global campaign for gender parity in international representation, the Manchester InternationaI Law Centre is proud to launch the Women in International Law Network: The Olive Schill Society (WILNET). Founded by female researchers of MILC, and dedicated to Miss Olive B. Schill (whose bequest to the University of Manchester funds public lectures in commemoration of her brother, Edward Melland Schill, who was killed in the First World War), this new platform aims to provide a professional community for women international lawyers at any stage of their career to discuss both their experiences in — and pathways into — the field. WILNET will be formally launched in Manchester on 1 February: see here for further information.  WILNET invites female international lawyers at any stage of their careers, including students, to join us in this initiative. If you are interested in becoming a member, please email us at wilnet {at} manchester.ac(.)uk. Place “Membership” in the subject title, and provide us with your name, affiliation, and a short bio. Read the rest of this entry…

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Announcements: ANZSIL Call for Papers & Panel Proposals; ESIL Paper Series; Responsibility to Protect Workshop; UCL Journal Call for Submissions; University of Reading Postgraduate Programme; Protection of Human Rights & Environment Training

Published on January 23, 2016        Author: 

1. Call for Papers & Panel Proposals: 24th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law. This ANZSIL conference will take place from 30 June 2016 to Saturday 2 July 2016 at University House, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. The theme of the conference is International Law of the Everyday: Fieldwork, Friction & Fairness, and participants are invited to reflect on what comprises the everyday of international law and how international law shapes the everyday. The Conference Organising Committee invites paper submissions reflecting on these themes in any area of public and private international law. Also invited are proposals for panels comprised of three to four papers in circumstances where the presenters concerned are already in conversation, or would find it useful to be so assembled. Details of the submission process for proposals can be found in this flyer. Submissions must be sent by 26 February 2016.

2. ESIL Paper Series. The latest instalments in the European Society of International Law’s Paper Series have been published, featuring 8 papers from its 2015 Annual Conference and 7 papers from its 2015 Research Forum. The complete collection of papers from the ESIL Series is available here.

3. Lincoln Law School Responsibility to Protect Workshop. On 22 April 2016, Lincoln Law School will host the workshop ‘Evaluating the Impact of the Responsibility to Protect – 10 years on: An idea whose time has come and gone?’. This workshop will focus on the effectiveness and implementation of the Responsibility to Protect (RtoP), and brings together eminent scholars in the field and academics currently undertaking research into the implementation of RtoP. Key speakers include, Dr Aiden Hehir, University of Westminster; Professor James Pattison, University of Manchester; and Dr Justin Morris, University of Hull. We will also be joined by Dr Alexandra Bohm, University of Sheffield; Dr Sarah Sargeant, University of Buckingham; and Dr Stuart Wallace, University of Nottingham. Registration is available here and costs £15. The workshop will run between 10am and 6pm, lunch and refreshments will be provided. Contact Dr. Graham Melling (gmelling {at} lincoln.ac(.)uk) or Dr. Christy Shucksmith (cshucksmith {at} lincoln.ac(.)uk) for further information.

4. Call for Submissions: UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence. The UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence is a law journal run by postgraduate students of the UCL Faculty of Laws. The Journal appears twice a year and is available open access. The Editorial Board is pleased to call for submissions for the second issue of 2016. This will be our ‘City Issue’ and the Editorial Board welcomes submissions that engage with this general theme. The topic is broadly conceived and leaves scope for any area of law or jurisprudence (domestic, regional or international) that is deemed to be ‘City’ related, including, for example, banking and finance, regulation, capital markets, trusts, tax, IP, corporate or international economic law. Submissions could be theoretical, doctrinal or aimed at practice. The deadline for submissions is 30th April 2016. Manuscripts must be uploaded via the submissions section on our website. For further information and guidelines for authors please visit our website.

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Announcements: CfP Adjudicating International Trade and Investment Disputes; CfP Regional Approaches to International Adjudication; CfP DEBACLES – Illusions and Failures in the History of International Adjudication; Conference on Non-State Actors; Judge Rosas Conversation at City University; Research Fellow – International Humanitarian Law; Representations of the (Extra)territorial Conference; 1st Annual Conference on Energy Arbitration and Dispute Resolution in the Middle East and Africa;

Published on January 17, 2016        Author: 

1. Call for Papers – Adjudicating International Trade and Investment Disputes. PluriCourts, Center of Excellence for the Study of the Legitimacy of International Courts and Tribunals at the University of Oslo will host a conference from 25 – 26 August 2016 on “Adjudicating International Trade and Investment Disputes: Between Interaction and Isolation”. A call for papers has been issued for the conference across the disciplines of law, political science, and philosophy relating to three themes: the new mega-regionals, comparisons and practices, and cross-fertilization and learning. Abstracts of no more than 500 words should be submitted by 1 March 2016. Further details can be found here.

2. Call for Papers – Regional Approaches to International Adjudication. A call for papers for the second joint meeting of ASIL Interest Group on International Courts and Tribunals (ASIL ICTIG) and ESIL Interest Group on International Courts (ESIL ICTIG) has been announced. The joint meeting will take place in Washington, D.C. during ASIL’s annual meeting (30 March-3 April 2016) (exact time and date to be confirmed). Abstracts are requested describing unpublished works (original and ongoing research) on the theme of  “Regional Approaches to International Adjudication”. Current (2016) members of either ASIL ICTIG and ESIL ICTIG, at any level of their careers, are invited to submit abstracts. Abstracts must not exceed 500 words, and must be submitted to geir.ulfstein {at} jus.uio(.)no and ngrossman {at} ubalt(.)edu. Deadline for submissions is 1 February 2016. Along with the abstract, please include the author’s name and affiliation, a short author’s CV and whether the author is an ESIL ICTIG member or an ASIL ICTIG member, or both

3.  Call for papers – “DEBACLES – Illusions and Failures in the History of International Adjudication”. The Department of International Law and Dispute Resolution of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law launches a call for papers for the Research Workshop “DEBACLES – Illusions and Failures in the History of International Adjudication/ Illusions et échecs dans l’histoire de la juridiction internationale”. The purpose of the DEBACLES project is to share cutting-edge research on specific failed attempts to create and operate international judicial forums as well as on broader historical/theoretical issues related to such failures. For more information, please read the call for papers. Read the rest of this entry…

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