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Announcements: Professor Anne Orford Lecture; Environmental Crimes and Protection Conference; Minerva LAW Network Event; Biodiversity Law and Governance Webinar Series; China, Law and Society Third Workshop; Military Law and the Law of War Review; UN Guiding Principles Webinar

1. Essex Public International Law Lecture: Professor Anne Orford - International Law and the Politics of History. This event, taking place on 21 Monday June, 12pm UK time, will be chaired by Dr Emily Jones, University of Essex. This will be the first time Professor Orford (Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor and Michael D Kirby Chair of International Law at the University of Melbourne) will speak about her new book, International Law and the Politics of History, forthcoming with Cambridge University Press later this month. For more information and to register, please see here.   2. 2021 Environmental Crimes and Protection Conference. The Common Good Foundation and the Jersey Law Commission are hosting the 2021 Environmental Crimes and Protection Conference on 16 - 17 September 2021. Call for abstracts is due 2 July 2021. Topics related to environmental crimes and environmental protection are welcome.  Find details regarding the CFP here. Last year's proceedings can be viewed here. 3. Minerva LAW Network Event: Women and the International Law Commission - Fri 30 June 11:00–12:00 CEST. In this panel session, the…

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Announcements: ECHR Protocol 15 Lecture; Geopolitical Shifts & Evolving Social Challenges; UN Guiding Principles on Business and HR; COVID19 Vaccinations and International Law; COVID19 Vaccinations and HR Panel; Careers Panel; CfP Milan Law Review; Science & Judicial Reasoning Webinar; International Nuremberg Principles Academy; Self Defence Book Launch; Intensive Doctoral Week Channel; Transitional Justice Series; Police Power & National Emergency Webinar; Customary IHR Law Event; Oxford Research Fellow Position

1. ECHR Protocol 15 – Brighton Revisited Lecture. On Monday 14 June at 6pm BST, the Convenors of the Essex Public International Law Lecture Series (Dr Meagan Wong and Dr Emily Jones) are hosting a lecture by Judge Erik Wennerström, European Court of Human Rights, entitled ‘ECHR Protocol 15 – Brighton Revisited’, chaired by Dr…

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Announcements: Derecho PUCP on International Economic Law; Global Rights Compliance International Legal Conference; Oxford International Law Research Fellow Position; NUS Centre for International Law Research Position; CfA Chinese Journal of Environmental Law; IHL Competition and Advanced Summer School; History and International Criminal Justice Roundtable

  1. Derecho PUCP on International Economic Law Special Issue. A special issue of Derecho PUCP on International Economic Law (no. 86, 2021) is out now. Contents include Juan-Felipe Toro-Fernandez & Jaime Tijmes-Ihl, Pacific Alliance, CPTPP and USMCA investment chapters: Substantive convergence, procedural divergence, and Natalia Gallardo-Salazar & Jaime Tijmes-Ihl, The Pacific Alliance and the CPTPP as…

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Announcements: Digital Rights Events; CfP Trade, Law and Development; CfA Funded PhD in IHRL; CfP Nordic Journal of Human Rights; Interpretation in International Law Workshop; EU Day Against Impunity Conversation; Law and Policy in European Integration Conference 

1. An Evening with Nani Jansen, Digital Rights: Developments at Home and Abroad. On Wednesday 9 June, the Human Rights Lawyers' Association will be hosting an online event on developments in the digital rights field with digital rights expert Nani Jansen Reventlow. The event will touch on topics such as the increasing threat to digital rights posed by the Covid-19 pandemic,…

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Announcements: CfP German Yearbook of International Law; International Law and the Problems With High Seas Fishing Lecture; CfA Secondary Sanctions Conference; CfS The Military Law and the Law of War Review; CfP Asian Association of Law Professors; CfM Kathmandu School of Law Review; Pathways to Adaptation for Conservation Law Webinar; Trade Deals & Human Rights Monitoring Discussion; CfA Gender, Peace, Education and International Law

1. Call for Papers: The German Yearbook of International Law. The deadline for submissions of general articles for volume 64 (2021) of the German Yearbook of International Law has been extended to 1 October 2021. Submissions are open for articles on all topics and fields of interest that are relevant to public international law. Papers submitted should be in English,…

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