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Environmental Crimes Law Conference – St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands    

Source: Legal Scholarship Blog

August 05, 2019

The Common Good Foundation in partnership with The Resolution CentreJersey Law Commission, and The Resolution Journal, is hosting an Environmental Crimes Law Conference October 31st and November 1st2019 in St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands.

The purpose of the conference is to bring together diverse professionals from different disciplines to discuss emerging trends and responses to environmental crimes. The conference welcomes papers on topics such as (but not limited to):

  • Wildlife crimes
  • Environmental criminal laws, policies, or prosecutions
  • The impact of environmental crimes on specific communities
  • Environmental/Social movements which respond to or address an environmental crime
  • Technological responses to environmental crime

All papers that are accepted will have an opportunity for publication in The Resolution Journal, an open access law journal.

The conference fee will be £150 per person. All expenses will be paid for by the attendee, there are no stipends offered for travel or other expenses. Further information for registration will be posted by September.

If you are interested in presenting, please submit the following to Regina Paulose: (reginapaulose@gmail.com):

  • A brief bio
  • Abstract – 300 words

The deadline for abstract submission is Friday, August 30, 2019.  Notifications of acceptance will be delivered by early September.

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Conference: What Room for Military Assistance on Request in the International Legal Order?               

Source: International Law Reporter

July 15, 2019

On Thursday and Friday, December 5-6, 2019, the Journal on the Use of Force and International Law and the Ghent Rolin-Jaequemyns International Law Institute will hold a conference on “What Room for Military Assistance on Request in the International Legal Order?” in Ghent. The program is here.

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Conference: The League of Nations Decentred: Law, Crises and Legacies           

Source: International Law Reporter

June 20, 2019

 On July 17-19, 2019, the Laureate Program in International Law will hold a conference on “The League of Nations Decentred: Law, Crises and Legacies,” at the Melbourne Law School. The program is here.

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Go On! Regional ILA Conference in Slovenia    

Source: International Law Grrls

June 02, 2019

The Slovene Branch of the International Law Association is organizing the first Regional ILA Conference in Slovenia. The conference will take place from June 27 to 30, 2019 in the seaside resort of Bernardin located between the town of Piran and the Portorož Riviera on the Adriatic coast. The general theme of the conference is “Migration / international legal regulation” and will thus provide a forum to address and discuss a plethora of challenging questions related to the issue of migration from both the public and private international law lens in a region largely affected by the topic. The program of the conference is available here.

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Conference: International Criminal Justice at the Crossroads: Reflecting upon the Past, Discussing the Present, and Imagining the Future        

Source:  International Law Reporter

May 8, 2019

On May 17, 2019, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam will host a conference on “International Criminal Justice at the Crossroads: Reflecting upon the Past, Discussing the Present, and Imagining the Future.” The program is here. Here’s the idea:

In July 1998, with loud ovations, diplomats and activists celebrated the adoption of the Rome Statute establishing the International Criminal Court (ICC). Set up in 2002 in the footsteps of various ad hoc international and hybrid criminal tribunals, the ICC was welcomed with great anticipation and high hopes as a global institution that would speak justice to power, hold perpetrators accountable and satisfy victims of the most serious crimes of international concern. Twenty years later, some say that international criminal justice is in crisis. The ICC is facing increasing criticism from States, academia and commentators. Not only is the Court’s case record relatively meagre, but the difficulties relating to issues such as witness interference, political influences, and a lack of state cooperation, make future prospects of the Court challenging. Calls for justice after mass atrocity crimes from victims, activists and others, however, are not likely to dissipate.

This one-day event brings together different generations of practitioners and scholars studying, observing and practicing international criminal justice. During interactive roundtable sessions, the discussants will reflect upon the past, discuss how to address the current challenges, and imagine the future of criminal justice after atrocities.

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Conference: 113th ASIL Annual Meeting           

Source: International Law Reporter

March 12, 2019

On March 27-30, 2019, the American Society of International Law will hold its 113th Annual Meeting, in Washington, DC. The theme is: “International Law as an Instrument.” The program is here.

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Conference: 2019 ESIL Research Forum              

Source: International Law Reporter

 March 04, 2019

The European Society of International Law‘s 2019 Research Forum, will take place April 4-5, 2019, at the Institute for International Law and European Law, Faculty of Law, University of Göttingen. The theme is: “The Rule of Law in International and Domestic Contexts: Synergies and Challenges.” The program is here. On Wednesday, April 3, seven ESIL Interest Groups will convene side events on the occasion of the Research Forum. Those events and their programs can be found here.