At the Conference of the European Society of International Law taking place in Naples, Italy, the ESIL International Economic Law Interest Group will convene a full day workshop, which will take place on 6 September 2017. Here's the call for papers: 170423 ESIL International Economic Law Interest Group.pdf
The University of Middlesex Mauritius Campus will hold the 4th Biennial Conference and First High Level Multi-Stakeholder Conference of the Africa Trade Policy Experts Roundtable (ATEPAR) on 8-10 November, 2017. The call for papers is available here.
UNAM's Latin American Journal of International Trade Law published its CfP for Issue 2, Volume 5, 2017. You can find it here: LATAM Journal. Call for papers V.5, I.2, 2017.pdf
The position of Editorial Assistant of JIEL (half-time, 15-20 h/week for one year) will be available starting June 2017.
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Queens University Belfast has published a CfP on Sustainable Developments and EU Trade Agreements. Submission deadline 16 June. Details here: https://blogs.qub.ac.uk/tensionatthefringes/2017/04/03/call-for-papers-sustainable-development-in-trade-agreements-11-october-2017-queens-university-belfast/
The international conference ‘Freedom Under Pressure’, is organised by the Faculty of Law of Ghent University on the occasion of the latter’s bicentennial. It seeks to gather scholars and practitioners from various legal disciplines to discuss key fundamental rights and freedoms under pressure in three distinct areas: (1) data protection and privacy, (2) freedom of movement in the EU, and; (3) property protection.
Panel topics include a.o.: “Use and abuse of international investment arbitration”, “Limits to international immunity from execution”, “Targeted financial sanctions as a foreign policy tool” and “Public policy limitations to patent rights”.
Legal scholars wishing to present a paper in the context of one of the conference (12) panels are warmly invited to submit an abstract of no more than 400 words to email@example.com. The deadline for abstracts is 30 April 2017. The deadline for submitting full papers is 15 September 2017.
More information on the conference, including the full call for papers with further details of the different panels, can be found herewww.ugent.be/200/freedomunderpressure
This truly outstanding Institute researching international economic law is looking for a senior researcher for three years, deadline 31 March. Details are available here: MI Reseacher-Senior Researcher Advert 2017.docx
The Research Centre on Procurement Law and International Investments (CREDIMI) (French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) & University of Burgundy), in association with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, organizes a series of three seminars on selected topics in investment treaty arbitration. For more information see the following files: Seminar 3 30 June 2017.pdf; Seminar 2 19 May 2017.pdf; Seminar 1 28 April 2017.pdf
On Tuesday, 16 May 2017, the Centre for Law, Regulation and Governance of the Global Economy (GLOBE) at the University of Warwick, as part of the International Economic Law in Context Seminar Series, will host a public event on Socio-Legal Methodologies. The event will consist of a panel discussion followed by a workshop for early career researchers to discuss their own research ideas with the panelists. More information is available here: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/research/centres/globe/events/iel_seminars/slrmethods