Forthcoming Events

This is a listing of events relating to international law. Regional ILA Branch events are also listed own branch pages.If you are aware of events which should be included, please submit them here using this form or email details to info@ila-hq.org

2015 ILA-ASIL ASIA-PACIFIC RESEARCH FORUM

25 - 26 May 2015 - Regent Taipei Hotel in Taipei, Taiwan, ROC

Integrating the Asia-Pacific: Why International Law Matters? he theme of the Research Forum is “Integrating the Asia-Pacific: Why International Law Matters?” The Research Forum will provide a forum for academics, practitioners, and policy-makers to examine a wide range of international and transnational law issues confronting the Asia-Pacific.

The European Union and the Arctic (2015 EU-Arctic Conference)

29 - 30 May 2015 - The School of Law, University of Dundee

Registration now open

2015 ILA British Branch Spring Conference

29 - 30 May 2015 - University of Essex

ILA British Branch Spring Conference

The European Convention on Human Rights and General International Law

5 June 2015 - The Court in Strasbourg

A one-day conference entitled The European Convention on Human Rights and General International Law is being organized jointly by the European Court of Human Rights and the European Society for International Law. The programme includes presentations by ten judges from the European Court of Human Rights, as well as presentations by judges from the International Court of Justice, and other judges and international law scholars

Summer Programme in International and Comparative Law 2015 (7-19 June 2015)

7 - 19 June 2015 - University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Since many years the LLM Programme organizes a summer programme introducing students to the legal environment and the many facets of the global institutions and players in the Lake Geneva Region. In association with US Law schools we provide a perfect introduction to those wanting to know more about global trade and investment, including excursions to the international organizations based in Geneva. This year courses include WTO Law, International Investment Law and Comparative Copyright Law.

International Law and Time Conference - Call for Papers deadline 15 February

12 - 13 June 2015 - The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva (IHEID)

International Law and Time Conference convened by the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. The call for papers is currently live and the deadline for submission of abstracts is 15 February.

The International Criminal Court Summer School 2015

15 - 19 June 2015 - NUI Galway, Ireland

The ICC Summer School at the Irish Centre for Human Rights is the premier summer school on the International Criminal Court, the world’s permanent institution for the trial of international crimes. The Summer School comprises a series of intensive and interactive lectures over five days given by leading academics and legal professionals working at the International Criminal Court.

United Nations International Law Fellowship Programme 2015

22 June - 31 July 2015 - The Hague, The Netherlands

Applications for the United Nations International Law Fellowship Programme 2015 are currently being accepted. The deadline for applications is 1 December 2014.

"Why IP matters: who owns the arts and sciences?"

22 - 23 June 2015 - University of Exeter, UK

The network New IP Lawyers is organising its first annual conference entitled ‘Why IP matters: who owns the Arts and Sciences?’. This inaugural event will be focusing on the role and impact Intellectual Property Laws have had in the Arts and Sciences including their respective industries.

The Chagos Litigation: A Socio-Legal Dialogue

29 June 2015 - University of Greenwich, London, UK

The Chagos Litigation: A Socio-Legal Dialogue, 29th June 2015, School of Law, University of Greenwich, UK. This one-day conference will explore the Chagos litigation from a socio-legal perspective. The keynote speaker is Professor Philippe Sands QC. The conference is free to attend and papers are welcomed from legal and non-legal academics, and also from legal practitioners. CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE: 17 April 2015