26 Nov Events and Announcements: 26 November 2023
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Calls for Papers
Call for Papers: Berlin Workshop ‘Comparative International Legal Policy: National Political Approaches towards International Legal Order’: 5-6 June 2024. Legal advisers and policymakers increasingly face questions that are not merely interpretive in nature, but require perspectives on the basic power and social relations to be enshrined in international law. The Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg, together with Humboldt University of Berlin, jointly convene this interdisciplinary workshop to explore the dimensions of states’ international legal policies towards the construction of international legal order. Scholars in comparative international law, the politics of international law and global order, on the role of international legal advisers, International Relations and its subfield of foreign policy analysis—plus further relevant fields—are invited to submit papers for this workshop on change and continuity in states’ policy approaches and perceived ‘roles’ towards the system of international law. Read more here.
Call for Abstracts: The Cambridge International Law Journal: The Cambridge International Law Journal (‘CILJ’) is pleased to invite submissions of abstracts of papers to be considered for presentations at the 13th Annual Conference of the CILJ. The Conference will take place at the Faculty of Law of the University of Cambridge on 8–9 April 2024. The topic of the Conference is ‘The Intersection of Peace and Sustainability in International Law’. To submit abstracts, click here.
International Conference “A LOAC MANUAL for Portugal”: On December 6 at 9:30 am, at the Military University Institute in Lisbon, the Porto School of Law of the Portuguese Catholic University and the Military University Institute will hold the International Conference “A LOAC MANUAL for Portugal,” as part of the research project “Times of war and time in war”. This event aims to launch the preparation of the Portuguese Law of Armed Conflict Manual. Themes such as International Humanitarian Law, Professional Military Education and Military Law will also be addressed at the event. To see the full program, please click here. To register please click here.