The 5th conference of the network will be held on 14-15 April 2016 in Luxembourg. The call for papers can be found here: PEPA 2016.pdf
ESIL has published the CfP, it is available here: CALL FOR PAPERS TRANSPARENCY.pdf
SIEL has released the call for papers for its 5th Biennial Global Conference. Please see attached. Closing date is 9 November 2015.
SIEL 2016 call for papers.pdf
The University of New South Wales Australia is advertising a postdoctoral fellowship in the field of Chinese international business or international economic law as part of its new CIBEL Initiative. Applications close 15 September 2015.
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Keep the date! The 2016 Biennial Global Conference will be hosted by the Oliver Schreiner School of Law and its Mandela Institute, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, from 7 to 9 July 2016.
ELSA International invites proposals from prospective case authors to write the Moot Court Case for the 14th edition of the ELSA Moot Court Competition on WTO Law. See http://elsamootcourt.elsa.org/the-case/
The Centre for International and Transnational Law (CDIT) of Laval University organizes an international conference to mark the twentieth anniversary of the establishment of the WTO. Paper proposals must be sent by 8 June 2015, the seminar will take place in September 2015. Read the call for papers here.
CALL FOR PAPERS Journal of World Investment _ Trade Special Issue Latin America Edited by Katia Fach and Catharine Titi.pdf
The Journal of International Economic Law is currently collecting recommendations or applications from persons who might wish to take on the position of Editorial Assistant to the Journal of International Economic Law (JIEL). JIEL is a highly influential academic and professional journal dedicated to encouraging thoughtful and scholarly attention to a broad range of subjects which concern the relation of law to international economic activity. The Journal is published on a quarterly basis by Oxford University Press and the editorial work is based at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington DC.
The position of Editorial Assistant is half-time (generally, 15-20 hours/week) for approximately one year, beginning in August (or earlier, subject to individual circumstances). Individuals who have undertaken this role have usually pursued their own research (such as a thesis), or performed the role in conjunction with work towards an LL.M. degree at Georgetown University Law Center or another institution, with part-time devoted to the Editorial Assistant position. There is no rigid policy concerning these formats.
Compensation is provided at the prevailing rates established for Research Assistants by Georgetown University Law Center.
We would be grateful to receive recommendations or indications of interest by April 30, 2015 from outstanding students or professionals with exceptionally good English writing and comprehension abilities, including knowledge and background in international economic law subjects, particularly the World Trade Organization (WTO). A letter of inquiry or application (with references) including a C.V. can be sent to Ada B. P. Siqueira at the JIEL’s e-mail address: email@example.com
Further background information concerning the Journal of International Economic Law may be found at http://jiel.oxfordjournals.org/