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Nigerian Branch Launch

28 October 2014

NIGERIAN BRANCH HOLDS FIRST ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND PUBLIC LAUNCHING The Nigerian Branch of the International Law Association successfully held its inaugural annual conference on October 28, 2014 at Raddison Blu Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. Themed “International Investments in an Era of Terrorism and Transnational Threats: Taking Stock and Charting International Law Responses for the Future." the event was a high-level gathering of eminent international and Nigerian scholars. The Branch President Prof Fidelis Oditah QC, SAN was on hand to welcome delegates to the conference to the present the keynote speaker Prof. Maurice Mendelson Q.C.- Master of the Bench of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister and Solicitor, Blackstone Chambers and member of the British Branch of the ILA. The event was chaired by The Hon. Aloma Mariam Mukhtar, GCON the Chief Justice of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

New Study Group Announced for the ILA Italian Branch

17 October 2014

The Italian Branch of the International Law Association (ILA) is happy to announce the establishment of a Study Group on Rural Sustainability and Food Security. Coordinator : Prof. P. Acconci, Supporting members: Prof. C. Campiglio, Prof. A. Santini, Dr. L. Mola.

ILA Scholarship Fund

23 September 2014

The ILA has established a scholarship fund to help postgraduate students and other young scholars attend ILA Regional or Biennial Conferences. The first awards were made to assist 8 young people to attend the Lisbon ILA Regional Conference in September 2014.

ILA Regional Conference 2014, Lisbon

23 September 2014

The Regional Conference held in Lisbon in September 2014 was a great success. It was well attended and the first 8 ILA Scholars took part.

Round up of past events of the ILA Argentine Branch

04 September 2014

The last meeting was held on August 26 on the subject of the present Argentine sovereign debt litigation in New York. Speakers were Javier González Fraga, former president of the Argentine Central Bank, Eduardo Conesa, economist formerly with the World Bank and the Interamerican Development Bank and our Chairman, Ricardo Balestra, professor of private international law. (click to continue)

China and International Law in the 21st Century: edited by Professor Eric Lee

08 July 2014

Professor Eric Lee, Secretary & Treasurer of the Korean branch, has edited a new book, China and International Law in the 21st Century. This book contains various articles handling highly topical contemporary issues of China's international law and foreign policies raning from security to WTO.

2014 ILA British Branch Spring Conference

12 June 2014

On 23 and 24 May 2014, The Dickson Poon School of Law played host to an impressive group of international lawyers, practitioners and researchers, gathered together to attend the International Law Association British Branch Spring Conference 2014.

Handbook On The Law Of Cultural Heritage And International Trade

10 June 2014

Edited by James A.R. Nafziger , Robert Kirkwood Paterson This Handbook offers a collection of original writings by leading scholars and practitioners in the exciting, rapidly developing field of cultural heritage law. The detailed essays are the product of a multi-year project of the Committee on Cultural Heritage Law of the International Law Association.

Call for Submission: The Third Issue of the Inaugural Volume of Indonesian Journal of International

27 May 2014

The Journal is thus particularly interested in considering submissions that invoke creative outlooks on “law” and present arguments that go beyond doctrinal analysis. We strongly encourage works that aim to generate practical impact in policy-making at all levels. The Journal welcomes theoretical, empirical, historical, comparative, and inter-disciplinary manuscripts covering legal issues in any jurisdiction, as well as notes and book reviews examining the impact of rapidly changing legal regimes on specific areas or sub-disciplines of legal studies.

Congratulations to Professor Don Rothwell on his brilliant Interview on the ICJ Whaling Judgment

22 April 2014

Professor Don Rothwell, Rapporteur on ILA International Committee on Baselines under the International Law of the Sea and Professor of International Law at ANU discusses the decision by the International Court of Justice on Japan's whaling programme, broadcaust on ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) on 31 March 2014.

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