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wm192762ttConvocatoria de becas para el XLII Curso de Derecho Internacional 
Fuente: Organización de Estados Americanos 
El Departamento de Derecho Internacional se complace en informar que el anuncio para los interesados en postular al XLII Curso de Derecho Internacional “La Actual Agenda Jurídica Interamericana” ya ha sido publicado. El anuncio puede encontrarse en el siguiente enlace:
El Curso de Derecho Internacional constituye una actividad organizada anualmente por el Departamento de Derecho Internacional de la Secretaría de Asuntos Jurídicos, en conjunto con el Comité Jurídico Interamericano, con la finalidad de difundir y promover el derecho internacional, con énfasis en el Sistema Interamericano y su agenda actual. La OEA ofrece cada año un número determinado de becas para estudiantes de los Estados miembros que estén interesados en participar del curso.

El evento tendrá lugar del 3 al 21 de agosto del 2015, en la ciudad de Río de Janeiro, Brasil, sede del Comité Jurídico Interamericano.
Al igual que en años anteriores, se espera que participen en calidad de profesores un selecto grupo de juristas expertos en derecho internacional, tanto de las Américas como de otras regiones, entre ellos, distinguidos académicos, magistrados de tribunales internacionales, altos funcionarios de organismos internacionales, entre otros.
Cabe destacar que esta actividad se realiza en cumplimiento del Programa Interamericano para el Desarrollo del Derecho Internacional, adoptado por la Asamblea General de la OEA por medio de la resolución AG/RES. 2852 (XLIV-O/14).
Para más detalles sobre cómo postular al Curso, véase el anuncio (Español / English). Para consultas específicas sobre el proceso de aplicación a las becas, favor remitirse al email indicado en dicho documento.
» Para más información sobre el Curso, por favor visite nuestra página Web
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wm213490ttOn the Job! Assistant Professor of International Law at Graduate Institute Geneva (deadline 15 Feb.)
Source: IntLaw Grrls
The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland, invites applications for a full-time position at the rank of Assistant Professor in International Law (pdf) with a specialization in one of the following areas :
• International Economic Law – trade law, investment law, intellectual property and/or financial regulation
• Protection of Human Dignity – human rights, humanitarian law, international criminal law and/or transitional justice
• International Environmental Law – climate change, energy law, and/or natural resources management
• Transnational Law – transnational business transactions, commercial arbitration, alternative dispute settlement, transnational litigation
starting on 1 September 2015 or on a mutually agreed-upon date.
Candidates are expected to have an excellent background in international law and be prone to interdisciplinary dialogue.
Applicants should have a doctoral degree prior to the start of their contract.
All candidates must be able to supervise master’s and doctoral theses and to teach graduate students in both disciplinary and interdisciplinary programs, including general courses in International Law and in their own area of specialization.
The teaching language is either English or French. Prior knowledge of French is not required, but the successful candidate is expected to acquire at least a passive knowledge of it within two years of being hired.
Applications, including a motivation letter, a detailed curriculum vitae and a list of publications – but excluding letters of recommendation and publication samples – must reach the Director, preferably by email (, ref. LAW) or by post (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, P.O. Box 136, 1211 Geneva 21, Switzerland), by 15 February 2015.
Information on employment conditions can be obtained using the same contact details.
The Institute reserves the right to fill the post by invitation at any time.
For more information, candidates are encouraged to consult the Institute’s website:

Fotor09279173Duke Law Seeks Supervising Attorney/ Clinical Fellow, International Human Rights Clinic
Source: IntLaw Grrls 
Our colleagues at Duke Law have asked us to post the following announcement, a link to which can also be found here. Among the benefits of this position is the mentorship the person would receive from the clinic director, the fabulous Jayne Huckerby!
DEADLINE for applications: 16 March 2015
Duke Law seeks to fill a Clinical Fellow/Supervising Attorney position in its International Human Rights Clinic beginning in the Summer of 2015.
Duke Law has deep faculty, student and institutional engagement in human rights and international law. In addition to its International Human Rights Clinic launched in the Spring of 2014, the law school is home to a Center for International and Comparative Law and a Center on Law, Ethics, and National Security. It offers a joint JD-LLM in international and comparative law, has many student organizations relating to international law, and publishes the student-edited Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law.
The Clinical Fellow/Supervising Attorney will work closely with the Director of the International Human Rights Clinic. She or he will primarily help supervise student fieldwork in Clinic projects and participate in the planning and teaching of the Clinic advocacy seminar. The Clinical Fellow/Supervising Attorney will also work closely with the Director and other faculty to expand Duke Law’s experiential learning opportunities in international law, including through student placements in competitive summer and semester fellowships and externships in human rights and related fields. The individual appointed to the position will receive mentorship in teaching, scholarship, and human rights lawyering and will have an opportunity to work with the faculty affiliated with the Center for International and Comparative Law.
Applicants should have a minimum of two to five years of relevant experience. In addition to a record of, or demonstrated potential for, clinical teaching, advocacy, and intellectual engagement, the ideal candidate will have experience: as practicing lawyers or human rights advocates, developing practice-oriented courses, supervising students in fellowships or externships, working collaboratively with faculty, and other evidence of in-depth knowledge of and practical engagement in international human rights law and mechanisms.
The initial term of the appointment is expected to be two years. Salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience and competitive with similar fellowship positions at other top U.S. law schools.
Applicants should send a statement of interest and CV to Ali Prince at by March 16, 2015.
Duke University and Duke University Health System is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual’s race, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran status, or disability.

file0001973458259Call for Submissions: International Community Law Review Special Issue on the WTO 
Source: International Law Reporter 
The International Community Law Reviewhas issued a call for submissions for a special issue on “The World Trade Organization.” Here’s the call:
Call for Submissions: The World Trade Organisation
The editors of the International Community Law Review are pleased to announce a call for papers for a special issue of the journal on ‘The World Trade Organisation’.
The International Community Law Review is a peer-reviewed academic journal, published quarterly by Brill/Nijhoff. The journal addresses all aspects of international law and the international community, and aims to explore the implications of various traditions of international law and how the international community uses and adapts international law to deal with new and emerging challenges.
Submissions are invited for the special issue on all aspects of the topic. Areas of interest may include (but are not restricted to):
• The World Trade Organisation (WTO) and the protection of natural resources;
• Standard of review in the context of the International Court of Justice case Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia v. Japan: New Zealand intervening);
• The input of the WTO in the development of the law of treaties, especially in relation to:
o the object and purpose of a treaty;
o systemic integration;
o evolutionary or dynamic interpretation.
All those with an interest in the subject are invited to contribute articles for publication in the special issue. Proposals for papers should be should be no more than 10000 words, and be submitted to the editors by 31st February 2015. Publication is expected in the second quarter of 2016.
For further information please contact Dr Sarah Singer at

file0001011985902Call for Submissions: Goettingen Journal of International Law 
Source: International Law Reporter
The Goettingen Journal of International Law has issued a call for submissions for a special issue on “Protection of the Atmosphere in International Law.” Here’s the call:
The Goettingen Journal of International Law will dedicate Vol. 7 Issue No. 2 to the protection of the atmosphere in international law.
The atmosphere is our planet’s largest single natural resource and is vital to the survival of humankind and any life on earth. Therefore, the degradation of the atmosphere’s condition has long been a matter of concern to large segments of the international community. In 2013, the United Nation’s International Law Commission (ILC) took up this issue. Several conventions regulate atmospheric and related issues, yet there is still no coherent legal framework addressing the protection of the atmosphere. The work by the ILC will be the first attempt to derive rules from the current practice of States addressing the atmosphere’s protection. However, the work by the ILC is significantly complicated by the restrained scope of the topic, as the Commission deliberately decided not to deal with, inter alia, questions of liability, the polluter-pays principle, and the principle of precaution.
In order to foster and critically accompany the codification and progressive development of the law surrounding the protection of the atmosphere, the Goettingen Journal of International Law, one of Germany’s leading international law publications, will dedicate the second issue of its seventh volume to this topic. The Editors are therefore inviting authors to submit papers on this subject. Submissions from an international law background as well as other disciplines such as international relations, geography, earth sciences, etc. are welcome. Papers will be submitted to a double-blind peer review and should not exceed 15,000 words including footnotes.
The deadline for submissions is the 15th of July 2015. For further information, please contact the Editors at info(at)

file000175875802Job Opening: Oslo-PluriCourts (Research Professor and Coordinator in Political Science 

Source: International Law Reporter
The University of Oslo Faculty of Law, by PluriCourts – Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order, invites applications for the position of Research Professor and Coordinator in political science for five years, once renewable. The advertisement is here.

commerce-acts-books-477966-mCall for Papers: 15th BIICL WTO Conference
Source: International Law Reporter  
The British Institute of International and Comparative Law has issued a call for papers for its 15th WTO conference, to be held May 7, 2015, in London. Here’s the call:
Call for Papers: 15th BIICL WTO Conference
The Annual WTO Conference was originally established in 2000 through a partnership between the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) and the Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) at the Georgetown University Law Center, and is currently organised jointly by BIICL, IIEL, and the Society of International Economic Law (SIEL). As originally established by University Professor John H. Jackson of Georgetown, and Professor Sir Francis Jacobs, KCMG, QC, a Trustee of BIICL, the Annual WTO Conference has a longstanding affiliation with the Journal of International Economic Law, published by the Oxford University Press. The Annual WTO Conference is one of the most important and prestigious conferences addressing developments in international trade law, pursuing cutting-edge issues of interest to academics and practitioners alike.
The 15th Annual WTO Conference will this year take place on Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 May 2015 at Goodenough College, London. Further information on the event is available here.
The Annual WTO Conference has traditionally selected speakers by invitation only; this year, however, the organisers have decided to conduct a call for papers aimed at opening opportunities for younger scholars to present their research and analysis at the conference. The organizers will consider proposals, in the form of an abstract or a completed short paper, submitted on or before 28 February 2015, for inclusion on the panels being organised on the following six topics:
1. The Revival of Export Controls and Trade Sanctions: The Russia-Ukraine Conflict and Beyond
2. WTO Accession Protocols and Other Non-Treaty WTO Instruments or Texts: Legal Status and Interpretation in WTO Dispute Settlement
3. Restoring the Negotiating Function of the WTO: Are there Alternatives to the Single-Speed, Single Undertaking Approach?
4. Measures Pursuing Multiple Policy Objectives: The Scope of Application and Overlapping Disciplines in GATT-TBT-SPS After Seals
5. The “Plain Packaging” Public Health Strategy: Tobacco Products, Alcohol, Sugary Products: What Role (If Any) For the WTO?
6. Recent Developments in WTO Dispute Settlement Procedure & Jurisprudence
For further information, view the full call for papers document.



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