Events and Announcements: February 23, 2014

by An Hertogen

Calls for Papers

  • TDM is calling for papers for a special issue on “The Pacific Rim and International Economic Law: Opportunities and Risks of the Pacific Century“. The formidable scale and pace of economic and legal development in the Pacific Rim region offers considerable opportunities, but also carries certain risks. The forthcoming Pacific Rim TDM Special Issue will collect views of experienced practitioners, academics, and policymakers on key economic and legal opportunities and risks in the Pacific Rim region today. Topics to be addressed could include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. TPP and RCEP: Competition, Coordination, or 2. A U.S.-China BIT as a 21st Century Model BIT?, 3. Pacific Rim Investment Treaty Practice: Regional Considerations, 4. Pacific Rim Approaches to Key Legal Issues. The editors of the Pacific Rim TDM Special Issue are Wenhua Shan (Xi’an Jiaotong University School of Law) and Mark Feldman (Peking University School of Transnational Law). See here for more details and contact information.
  • The Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL) is calling for papers for its 22nd annual conference in Canberra on July 3-5, 2014. This year’s theme is Towards International Peace through International Law. A postgraduate research students workshop will be held the day before the conference. Deadline for the submission of abstracts is March 7, 2014 for both the conference and the workshop.  More information is available here.
  • The Surrey International Law Centre of the School of Law of the University of Surrey with the support of the Institute of Advanced Studies, the McCoubrey Centre of the University of Hull and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (‘BIICL’) will host a two-day workshop on the identification of core standards of Procedural Fairness before International Courts and Tribunals. The deadline for the submission of abstracts of max. 500 words is April 1, 2014. More information is here (pdf).


  • The final program for the February 25-26, 2014 Doha conference on the Syrian Crisis and International Law, organised by the Qatar University, College of Law and the Qatari Branch of the International Law Association, is now available online.
  • Applications for the EIUC training seminar for International Electoral Observers close on March 14, 2014. More information about the seminar is available here. 

Last week’s events and announcements can be found here. If you would like to post an announcement on Opinio Juris, please contact us.

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