CfS Tsinghua China Law Review; CfA Yearbook of International Disaster Law; CfS Jindal Forum for International and Economic Law; PluriCourt Workshop; Russia/Ukraine webinar; CfP Dutch Yearbook of International Law; CfP Revista Tribuna Internacional – EJIL: Speak up!

1. Call for Submissions: Review of Chinese Tsinghua Law. Tsinghua China Law Review (TCLR) (cited as Tsinghua China L. Rev.: ISSN 2151-8904) invites Chinese law papers for Volume 15, Number 1. Established in 2008, the TCLR is dedicated to to advance the global scholarly debate of all matters relating to Chinese law. For the past decade, they have published articles and notes twice a year in the United States. Since 2016, the TCLR has been indexed by the ESCI. In 2017, TCLR’s impact factor and journal citations ranked 1st among English legal journals in Mainland China and 9th among English journals in the field of Asian law (source: 2017 Washington & Lee Law Journal Rankings) . Visit the official site, LinkedIn account Where Twitter account for more information.

2. Call for Abstracts: Yearbook of International Disaster Law. The call for abstracts for the fifth issue of Yearbook of International Disaster Law, published by Brill, is now out. The Yearbook welcomes abstracts related to both its thematic section on “Human Rights and Disasters and his General sectionon implications for international law of disaster scenarios. Deadline: November 30, 2022 with abstracts between 500 and 1000 words to be sent to info {at} yearbookidl(.)org accompanied by a short CV.

3. Call for submissions: Jindal Forum for International and Economic Law. The Jindal Forum for International and Economic Law (“JFIEL”) invites submissions for the 1st JFIEL Student Paper Conference. The JFIEL is a blog affiliated with OP Jindal Global University, Sonipat. It has been ranked among the top 30 international law platforms in the world from 2020 to 22 and is one of India’s leading forums on international law. The theme of the conference is “Making International Law Relevant – Promises and Challenges for India”. The conference recognizes the fact that international law is not a significant part of Indian legal practice and public discourse. The conference aims to challenge this status quo with analytical, reflective and grounded papers that show the importance of international law in the Indian context.

4. Human rights in the face of populism and authoritarianism: time for a system change? On April 27 and 28, 2023, PluriCourts is organizing a workshop on populism, authoritarianism and the response of the European Court of Human Rights. Regarding the workshop, there is a call for abstracts with a submission deadline of December 26. More information can be found here.

5. Center for Law and Social Justice Webinar: Russia-Ukraine War. Join the Center for Law and Social Justice on October 17 at 6:00 p.m. (AEDT) for a webinar on recent developments and challenges related to the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian war. The roundtable includes experts working on and researching aspects related to armed conflict. Panelists will discuss issues related to: (i) Ukraine’s recent case before the International Court of Justice (ICJ): Allegations of Genocide under the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Ukraine v. . Russian Federation) ; and, (ii) accountability efforts for alleged international crimes committed during the Russian-Ukrainian war from the perspective of international criminal law and Ukrainian domestic law. The registration link is here.

6. Call for papers: Dutch Yearbook of International Law. The editors of the 53rd volume of the Netherlands Yearbook of International Law – Julie Fraser, Emmanuel Giakoumakis and Otto Spijkers – invite all scholars and practitioners to contribute a chapter to the next collective volume on the standard of reparation in international law, which will be published in 2024 by TMC Asser Press. For more information, see here.

7. Call for papers: Revista Tribuna Internacional. Revista Tribuna Internacional is the official journal of the Department of International Law of the University of Chile. It is indexed in LATINDEX and DOAX; and is working to be incorporated into SCIELO, SCOPUS and WOS. They invite submissions, in English or Spanish, of unpublished articles in the field of public international law, private international law, international human rights law and international relations. The deadline for submission is December 4, 2022. More information can be found here. Contact the team at [email protected]uchil.cl.

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