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Announcements: The Outcomes of MC12; CfP Washburn Law Journal; CfS Trade, Law and Development; Audiovisual Library of International Law; BIICL Annual WTO Conference Border Carbon Adjustment

1. SIEL Conversations: The Outcomes of MC12 and the Future of the Multilateral Trading System. Interested in the outcomes of the World Trade Organization MC12? Then join this SIEL Conversation on Monday (27 June, 2pm Brussels time), with present and former officials, negotiators and observers. They will discuss what came out of MC12, what was missing, and what the WTO should - and could - become to address the challenges of 21st Century trade. With Anabel González, Bernard Hoekman, Victor do Prado, Peter Ungphakorn and Iryna Polovets. Register here.  2. Call for Papers: December 2022 Issue of the Washburn Law Journal. The Washburn Law Journal is soliciting articles for Issue I, Volume 62 of the Journal. The lead Essay for the issue is written by Professor Daniel Bodansky and discusses the UN climate change regime, the Paris Agreement, and COP 26. Articles chosen for publication will be published in December 2022. Articles must discuss climate change, environmental law, or natural resource law to be accepted for publication. Authors may email articles to journalarticles@washburn.edu with the…

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Announcements: CfP Washburn Law Journal; German-South African Dialogue on Democracy; Athens PIL Discussion Group; UN Audiovisual Library of International Law; CfA EULab Summer School

1. Call for Papers: December 2022 Issue of the Washburn Law Journal. The Washburn Law Journal is soliciting articles for Issue I, Volume 62 of the Journal. The lead Essay for the issue is written by Professor Daniel Bodansky and discusses the UN climate change regime, the Paris Agreement, and COP 26. Each year, Washburn University School of…

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In Memoriam: Antônio Augusto Cançado Trindade

Antonio Augusto Cançado Trindade, who died at age 74 after a long illness, was unquestionably a towering figure of international law and a profound influence on many. As a professor, researcher, consultant, legal advisor, delegate, and international judge, Cançado Trindade had always kept an intransigent commitment to humanized international law, one sensitive and attentive to the needs of…

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Announcements: WILIG Scholarship Prize; Fossil Fuels to Renewable Energy Webinar; I-HILT E-lecture Series; Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Sanctions Workshop; International Law Commission Lecture; Dispute Resolution Under UNCLOS Seminar

1. WILIG Scholarship Prize. The WILIG Scholarship Prize highlights and promotes excellence in international law scholarship involving women and girls, gender, and feminist approaches. It recognizes innovative contributions to international law scholarship that theorize or utilize a feminist lens or lenses, highlight, and seek to address topics disproportionately affecting women and girls, or consider the impact…

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Announcements: Global Conflict, Security and Human Right Summer School; Ukrainian Protection-Seekers in Europe Symposium; Global Security Event; Documenting Damage During Ongoing Aggression Event; Early Career International Law Academia Symposium

1. The 2022 Groningen-Tbilisi Summer School on Global Conflict, Security and Human Rights: International Law Perspectives. This summer school will consider the situation that Eastern European countries have found themselves in after the end of the Cold War. Located strategically between Russia and Western and Middle European states, Eastern European countries are caught in a split…

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