Post date: 03/5/21 | Abstract Deadline: 04/18/21 | Event Date: 11/25/21 to 11/26/21

Location: The Hague, pandemic permitting



Interpretation of Customary International Law: Methods, Interpretative Choices and the Role of Coherence 2nd TRICI-Law Conference, 25-26 November 2021, The Hague* This conference addresses the methods international judges from all branches of international law use  to interpret rules of customary international law (CIL). 

Post date: 03/5/21 | Abstract Deadline: 03/29/21 | Event Date: 04/22/21 to 04/23/21

Location: Virtual

On July 1st, 2022, the International Criminal Court (ICC) will mark the twentieth anniversary of the entry into force of the Rome Statute, its constitutive treaty. Prior to the Court’s establishment, and through those intervening years, scholars and practitioners have energetically debated the effectiveness of its procedural architecture, it’s evidential model, and it’s deliberations on matters of fact.

Post date: 03/5/21 | Abstract Deadline: 05/7/21 | Event Date: 12/13/21 to 12/15/21

Location: University of Pretoria, South Africa

The Annual Junior Faculty Forum for International Law is delighted to announce that the tenth Forum will be hosted by the South African Research Chair on International Constitutional Law in collaboration with the Institute for Comparative and International Law in Africa of the University of Pretoria.

Post date: 03/5/21 | Abstract Deadline: 07/1/21 | Event Date: 07/1/21

Location: N/A


Post date: 03/5/21 | Abstract Deadline: 03/16/21 | Event Date: 06/2/21 to 06/4/21

Location: Virtual




Post date: 03/5/21 | Abstract Deadline: 04/5/21 | Event Date: 06/16/21

Location: Virtual

About the workshop

The 2020-2021 cohort of Schwartz Reisman Graduate Fellows presents “Views on Techno-Utopia,” a one-day, online, interdisciplinary workshop for early career scholars.

 “Views on Techno-Utopia” will bring together early career scholars in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities to follow emerging technologies—particularly AI, platforms, and surveillance tech—through the lens of techno-utopianism. 

Post date: 03/3/21 | Abstract Deadline: 06/14/21 | Event Date: 07/19/21

Location: Virtual

Asian Law Works-In-Progress Session

AALS Section on East Asian Law and Society

ASIL Asia-Pacific Interest Group

ASCL Asia Committee


Post date: 02/22/21 | Abstract Deadline: 03/15/21 | Event Date: 07/9/21 to 09/17/21

Location: Virtual

The world economy is entering a new and complex landscape. This landscape will include new approaches by different states), new trade agreements, and new digital currency. The changes will affect all aspects of international economic relationships, ranging from trade and investment to competition, finance and dispute settlement.

Post date: 02/22/21 | Abstract Deadline: 03/15/21 | Event Date: 07/7/21 to 07/9/21

Location: Virtual

To be held online on the Zoom platform, hosted by Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Slavery (the treatment of humans as chattel) and enslavement through conquest, birth, gender, race, ethnicity, kinship, and exploitation of indebtedness have been an intrinsic part of human societies.

Slavery and a variety of other forms of exploitation existed in ancient societies across the world, and in many other states and territories.  The Transatlantic Slave Trade furnished at least 10 million Africans for slavery throughout the Americas. 

Post date: 02/22/21 | Abstract Deadline: 03/31/21 | Event Date: 08/26/21 to 08/28/21

Location: Crowne Plaza, Ruiterij 1 Maastricht (on 27th August 2021) and at the Faculty of Law, Bouillonstraat 3 Maastricht

    Association of Human Rights Institutes (AHRI) Annual Conference 2021

27-28 August 2021 * Maastricht, The Netherlands

Human Rights Strategies

Call for papers