17 Jun Upcoming Events: June 17, 2012
- On June 21, the International Criminal Justice Unit of the University of Nottingham Human Rights Law Centre together with the British Institute for International and Comparative Law are organizing a conference “The 10th Anniversary of the International Criminal Court: Achievements to Date and Prospects for the Future” in the Grand Locarno Room of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, King Charles Street, London. The event is free, but you need to register at email@example.com.
- The Center for Law and Religion at St. John’s School of Law and the Department of Law at the Libera Università Maria SS. Assunta (LUMSA) are pleased to present an academic conference on State-Sponsored Religious Displays in the U.S. and Europe. Taking place on Friday, June 22, 2012, the conference will bring together American and European law and religion scholars to discuss state-sponsored religious displays from a variety of perspectives. The conference proceedings will be in English and Italian with simultaneous translation. Selected papers will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Journal of Catholic Legal Studies.
Calls for Papers
- The American Society of International Law is looking for panel and paper proposals for its 2013 Annual Meeting, International Law in a Multipolar World. Submissions should be in before June 22, 2012.
- The Refugee Law Initiative (RLI) of the Human Rights Consortium at the School of Advanced Studies of the University of London invites submissions to its Working Paper Series. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Institute for Transnational Arbitration is organizing its second Annual Winter Forum in Miami on January 24-25, 2013. It is calling for abstracts of works-in-progress on a broad variety of topics related to international commercial arbitration and international investment law. Abstracts are due by September 1, 2012 and need to be sent to ITAWinterForum2013@gmail.com. Proposals should be made in a Word document that is no longer than 1,000 words. The cover email should indicate your affiliated institution, your contact details and whether your paper has been submitted or accepted for publication elsewhere. Priority will be given to unpublished papers and works-in-progress. There will be the opportunity to publish final papers in the World Arbitration and Mediation Review. Please direct any enquiries to Joseph Matthews or Jarrod Wong.
Last week’s announcements can be found here. If you are organizing a conference or other event and would like to see the call for papers or the program announced on Opinio Juris, please contact us.