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Call for Papers for the John Westlake Prize

24/02/2016 – 4:49 pm | Comments Off on Call for Papers for the John Westlake Prize

This Call for Papers concerns the John Westlake Prize, instituted by the late James B. Scott. All papers relating to the topic on ‘Dispute Settlement before International Courts and Tribunals’ can be submitted to the Institute of International Law until the 31st of December 2016.
Additional information regarding the Prize Regulation can be found on http://justitiaetpace.org/scott.php?lang=eng

CfP: “The Rule of Law in Areas of Limited Statehood: Internal and International Dilemmas”, 27-28 June 2016 and 29-30 September 2016

23/02/2016 – 3:04 pm | Comments Off on CfP: “The Rule of Law in Areas of Limited Statehood: Internal and International Dilemmas”, 27-28 June 2016 and 29-30 September 2016

The Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, the Lauder School of Governance, Diplomacy and Strategy, IDC (Herzliya), and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung are pleased to announce a call for papers for two workshops on “The Rule of Law in Areas of Limited Statehood: Internal and International Dilemmas”. The workshops will take place in Herzliya (Israel) on 27-28 June 2016 and Leuven (Belgium) on 29-30 September 2016.
Areas …

Professor (or Associate Professor) in Legal Theory/Political Philosophy at PluriCourts

19/02/2016 – 11:18 am | Comments Off on Professor (or Associate Professor) in Legal Theory/Political Philosophy at PluriCourts

Professor (or Associate Professor) in Legal Theory/Political Philosophy
A position as professor (or associate professor) in Legal Theory/Political Philosophy is announced at PluriCourts. The application deadline is 1 April.
Job Description
A position as professor (or associate professor) is announced at PluriCourts, a Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order. PluriCourts is a multidisciplinary Centre of Excellence at the Department …

Professor (or Associate Professor) in International Economic Law at PluriCourts

19/02/2016 – 11:16 am | Comments Off on Professor (or Associate Professor) in International Economic Law at PluriCourts

Professor (or Associate Professor) in International Economic Law
A position as professor (or associate professor) in International Economic Law is announced at PluriCourts. The application deadline is 1 April.
Job Description
A position as professor (or associate professor) is announced at PluriCourts, a Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order. PluriCourts is a multidisciplinary Centre of Excellence at the Department …

Three Postdoctoral Fellowships on the Legitimacy of International Courts and Tribunals (PluriCourts)

19/02/2016 – 11:10 am | Comments Off on Three Postdoctoral Fellowships on the Legitimacy of International Courts and Tribunals (PluriCourts)

Postdoctoral Fellowships on the Legitimacy of International Courts and Tribunals
PluriCourts announces up to three 3-year positions as postdoctoral research fellow studying international courts and tribunals in the following fields: human rights, trade, international criminal law or the environment. Deadline: 21 March 2016.
Job Description
Up to three 3 year postdoctoral fellowships are available at PluriCourts, a Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the …

CFP: Courts and Public Reason in Global Public Law

12/02/2016 – 3:38 pm | Comments Off on CFP: Courts and Public Reason in Global Public Law

Workshop themes
Public reason has been one of the most discussed and controversial ideas in political philosophy ever since Rawls introduced his political liberal ideal of public reason in the mid-1990s. Legal scholars, too, are arguing about the merits and problems of conceiving constitutional courts as a place where the justification of public acts are assessed in terms of constitutionally embedded public reason. More recently international …

Academy of European Law summer courses in Human Rights Law and the Law of the European Union

12/02/2016 – 11:13 am | Comments Off on Academy of European Law summer courses in Human Rights Law and the Law of the European Union

The Academy of European Law (AEL) holds two summer courses each year, on Human Rights Law and the Law of the European Union.  The Academy’s Summer Courses are renowned for their innovative and cutting-edge topics, combined with the highest standards of academic content presented by leading scholars and thinkers. Each year the courses attract highly qualified participants from all around the world and the mix …

Opportunity to Study Transatlantic Privacy Law in Amsterdam this Summer

12/02/2016 – 10:51 am | Comments Off on Opportunity to Study Transatlantic Privacy Law in Amsterdam this Summer

Online activities quite often involve transfers of personal data between the European Union (EU) and the United States (US), for example when using online search, social networks and many mobile apps. Both regions are governed by different rules on the protection of informational privacy and personal data. The EU’s stance on data protection law made the headlines when its highest court ruled that individuals have …

Mobile applications and non-discrimination laws

09/02/2016 – 11:09 am | Comments Off on Mobile applications and non-discrimination laws

* By Sefki Bayram, Generalist Legal adviser at Toynbee Hall, London, and researcher for the Pan-African Development and Advocacy Programme. Studied law (LLB) at the University of Leicester and the University of Oslo. The views in this post are expressed in the author’s personal capacity.
In 2015, 700 Million people owned a smartphone, each with potential access to 1.5 million applications. Amongst the many categories, the ‘dating application’ …

iCourts posts anniversary issue of working papers on SSRN

02/02/2016 – 12:55 pm | Comments Off on iCourts posts anniversary issue of working papers on SSRN

To celebrate 4 years since its establishment iCourts is pleased to announce this Anniversary Issue, which includes a sample of papers by members of the iCourts academic community available on SSRN.
iCourts’ research focus is on the ever growing role of international courts, their place in a globalizing legal order and their impact on politics and society at large. To understand these crucial and contemporary interplays …

Conference: The European Convention on Human Rights and the Crimes of the Past

01/02/2016 – 2:32 pm | Comments Off on Conference: The European Convention on Human Rights and the Crimes of the Past

A one-day conference entitled The European Convention on Human Rights and the Crimes of the Past is organized jointly by the European Court of Human Rights and the European Society for International Law.
The programme includes presentations by judges from the European Court of Human Rights, as well as international law scholars. The conference will take place on Friday 26 February 2016 at the premises of the Court …