BJIL Call for Papers on Corporate Social Responsibility

by Roger Alford

I received an email today from the Berkeley Journal of International Law requesting that I post this announcement:

The Berkeley Journal of International Law (BJIL) is accepting submissions for it’s annual symposium issue. The symposium issue shares its theme with the eighth annual Stefan A. Riesenfeld Symposium — to be held in Berkeley on March 14 — “Realizing The Potential Of Corporate Social Responsibility: The Role Of The Legal Profession.” BJIL welcomes articles exploring the potential of transnational corporations to positively affect the communities in which they operate. This broad theme encompasses efforts to hold transnational corporations accountable for human rights violations, the need for binding or non-binding international norms to guide corporate conduct, and the potential of transnational corporations to facilitate sustainable economic development, to name a few examples.

Submissions, accompanied by the author’s C.V., should be sent to bjilsubmissions [at] gmail [dot] com by February 1, 2008.

http://opiniojuris.org/2008/01/18/bjil-call-for-papers-on-corporate-social-responsibility/

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