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The following conferences, seminars, lectures, call for nominations, competitions and call for papers are advertised: 


National Sovereignty and International Co-operation: The Challenges of Navigating Global Crises

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the tension between the benefits of internationally co-ordinated responses to global issues, and States’ unwillingness to concede their sovereign right to act – or not act – as they see fit. However, the difficulty posed by conflicting international and domestic concerns is by no means novel, nor limited to public health. The major issues of global import – from environmental threats to impediments on trade, the forced migration of refugees to nuclear weapons and intervention in armed conflicts – naturally entail interactions between States, as global interconnectedness draws domestic concerns into regional and international spheres. Yet, the legal mechanisms facilitating co-operation – from international organisations to bilateral agreements – are stymied by States’ reticence to participate. While national sovereignty is paramount, how can true international co-operation be achieved?

The Conference Convenor and Editors of the Cambridge International Law Journal (CILJ) welcome submissions for the 10th Annual Cambridge International Law Conference, which will be hosted online from 18 to 20 March 2021. Submissions may be on any area of public or private international law, and should raise issues relevant to the theme ‘National Sovereignty and International Co-operation: The Challenges of Navigating Global Crises’.

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Kaldor Centre Virtual Conference 2020: ‘New Frontiers of Refugee Law in a Closed World’ (17-20 November 2020)

A virus has laid bare our interconnectedness – for better or worse. While we have seen acts of solidarity and compassion around the world, we have also seen borders slam shut and reasoned debate give way to fear and rage. Under the cover of COVID-19, laws and norms have started to shift away from long-held principles. The Kaldor Centre for International Law’s Virtual Conference 2020 brings together leading thinkers from around the world with diverse perspectives to explore where we stand in the wake of COVID-19, where we are going, and what can be done to promote protection of forced migrants in the face of emerging challenges.

For more information visit www.kaldorconference.com


International Association of Constitutional Law Virtual Global Roundtable: 'Democracy 2020'

On 18-26 November 2020 the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL) Global Roundtable ‘Democracy 2020: Assessing Constitutional Decay, Breakdown, and Renewal Worldwide’ will take place as series of 9 inter-connected webinars. Featuring 50 speakers from 5 continents across 5 days, the webinars will be devoted to an array of themes including global and regional overviews, challenges from algorithmic governance to vote suppression, understudied countries, key actors like courts, parliaments, and parties, and possible remedies and renewal of our democratic systems. The Roundtable is co-sponsored by the Laureate Program in Comparative Constitutional Law (Melbourne Law School) and the Melbourne School of Government.
 
For more information visit www.iacl-democracy-2020.org

Call for Articles: Revista de Direito Brasileira (Brazilian Journal Of Law)

The Brazilian Journal of Law, ISSN 2237-583X (Qualis A1), invites authors of the legal community to submit scientific papers and/or critical reviews for its next edition, to be published in December/2020. The Journal receives permanently articles, opinions, jurisprudence, and comments on legislation, with the theme constitutional justice as its theoretical approach, both domestically and abroad, for publication in its editions. 

Submission information

Deadline: Sumbissions accepted on a rolling basis


Call for Papers: Inter Gentes - Mcgill Journal of International Law & Legal Pluralism 

The Mcgill Journal of International Law & Legal Pluralism is currently welcoming thoughtful, argument-driven full-length pieces from scholars, jurists, judges, professionals, and students. Articles should offer original, innovative, and critical outlooks on international law and legal pluralism. We also welcome case comments, book reviews and op-eds on a rolling basis. Inter Gentes is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal and accepts submissions in English, French and Spanish

Download Call for Papers

Deadline: Sumbissions accepted on a rolling basis


Call for Papers: Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy

The Editorial Committee of the Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy (JSDLP), Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria is currently calling for high-quality articles.

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Submissions are reviewed on a rolling basis


Call for Papers: De Jure Law Journal

De Jure Law Journal is currently making a call for papers from legal academics, practitioners and scholars within a broad legal spectrum.

Download Call for Papers

Submissions are reviewed on a rolling basis

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The following conferences, seminars, lectures, call for nominations, competitions and call for papers are advertised: 


National Sovereignty and International Co-operation: The Challenges of Navigating Global Crises

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the tension between the benefits of internationally co-ordinated responses to global issues, and States’ unwillingness to concede their sovereign right to act – or not act – as they see fit. However, the difficulty posed by conflicting international and domestic concerns is by no means novel, nor limited to public health. The major issues of global import – from environmental threats to impediments on trade, the forced migration of refugees to nuclear weapons and intervention in armed conflicts – naturally entail interactions between States, as global interconnectedness draws domestic concerns into regional and international spheres. Yet, the legal mechanisms facilitating co-operation – from international organisations to bilateral agreements – are stymied by States’ reticence to participate. While national sovereignty is paramount, how can true international co-operation be achieved?

The Conference Convenor and Editors of the Cambridge International Law Journal (CILJ) welcome submissions for the 10th Annual Cambridge International Law Conference, which will be hosted online from 18 to 20 March 2021. Submissions may be on any area of public or private international law, and should raise issues relevant to the theme ‘National Sovereignty and International Co-operation: The Challenges of Navigating Global Crises’.

Download Call for Papers


Kaldor Centre Virtual Conference 2020: ‘New Frontiers of Refugee Law in a Closed World’ (17-20 November 2020)

A virus has laid bare our interconnectedness – for better or worse. While we have seen acts of solidarity and compassion around the world, we have also seen borders slam shut and reasoned debate give way to fear and rage. Under the cover of COVID-19, laws and norms have started to shift away from long-held principles. The Kaldor Centre for International Law’s Virtual Conference 2020 brings together leading thinkers from around the world with diverse perspectives to explore where we stand in the wake of COVID-19, where we are going, and what can be done to promote protection of forced migrants in the face of emerging challenges.

For more information visit www.kaldorconference.com


International Association of Constitutional Law Virtual Global Roundtable: 'Democracy 2020'

On 18-26 November 2020 the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL) Global Roundtable ‘Democracy 2020: Assessing Constitutional Decay, Breakdown, and Renewal Worldwide’ will take place as series of 9 inter-connected webinars. Featuring 50 speakers from 5 continents across 5 days, the webinars will be devoted to an array of themes including global and regional overviews, challenges from algorithmic governance to vote suppression, understudied countries, key actors like courts, parliaments, and parties, and possible remedies and renewal of our democratic systems. The Roundtable is co-sponsored by the Laureate Program in Comparative Constitutional Law (Melbourne Law School) and the Melbourne School of Government.
 
For more information visit www.iacl-democracy-2020.org

Call for Articles: Revista de Direito Brasileira (Brazilian Journal Of Law)

The Brazilian Journal of Law, ISSN 2237-583X (Qualis A1), invites authors of the legal community to submit scientific papers and/or critical reviews for its next edition, to be published in December/2020. The Journal receives permanently articles, opinions, jurisprudence, and comments on legislation, with the theme constitutional justice as its theoretical approach, both domestically and abroad, for publication in its editions. 

Submission information

Deadline: Sumbissions accepted on a rolling basis


Call for Papers: Inter Gentes - Mcgill Journal of International Law & Legal Pluralism 

The Mcgill Journal of International Law & Legal Pluralism is currently welcoming thoughtful, argument-driven full-length pieces from scholars, jurists, judges, professionals, and students. Articles should offer original, innovative, and critical outlooks on international law and legal pluralism. We also welcome case comments, book reviews and op-eds on a rolling basis. Inter Gentes is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal and accepts submissions in English, French and Spanish

Download Call for Papers

Deadline: Sumbissions accepted on a rolling basis


Call for Papers: Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy

The Editorial Committee of the Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy (JSDLP), Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria is currently calling for high-quality articles.

Download Call for Papers

Submissions are reviewed on a rolling basis


Call for Papers: De Jure Law Journal

De Jure Law Journal is currently making a call for papers from legal academics, practitioners and scholars within a broad legal spectrum.

Download Call for Papers

Submissions are reviewed on a rolling basis