Events and Announcements: June 30, 2013

by An Hertogen

Call for Papers

  • The NYU Journal of International Law and Politics (JILP) is currently accepting submissions for its Summer 2014 Peer Review Issue. This year’s peer review issue is dedicated to showcasing the work of emerging scholars who are early in their professional careers and making significant contributions to international legal scholarship. Articles submitted for the peer review issue are reviewed by NYU-affiliated faculty members with expertise spanning a wide variety of disciplines within international law. JILP will be accepting submissions until August 31, 2013 and making decisions for publication on a rolling basis. Submissions must be in electronic form and should be transmitted as attachments to email messages addressed to articleseditors [at] nyujilp [dot] org. Submissions must include the author’s name and “JILP Peer Review Submission” in the subject line of the email. Please also note in your cover letter that you are submitting for consideration in the peer review issue. More information is here.

Announcements

  • A conference on Law & Security: Perspectives from the Field and Beyond will take place in Israel this week. The conference is a joint endeavor of the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism at IDC, the Institute for National Security and Counter-Terrorism at Syracuse University, and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.  It will begin today with a keynote speech by Israel’s Deputy Attorney General Shai Nitzan and a dinner, followed by two days of panels on topics including the rule of law, maritime security, cyber-warfare, drones, and the role of courts in balancing law and security. More information is here.

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One Response

  1. Learn more about the Law & Security: Perspectives from the Field & Beyond conference at http://insct.syr.edu/law-security-perspectives-from-the-field-and-beyond/

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