Post date: 01/19/22 | Abstract Deadline: 01/31/22 | Event Date: 03/31/22 to 04/1/22

Location: Glasgow, Scotland

ESIL IG History of International Law Research Forum Workshop

Regulating Global Security: History of an Illusion

Throughout history, with words and with deeds, international lawyers and activists have striven to eliminate war and conflict. Yet international law, the institutions it has built, and even the normative considerations it has engendered, have failed to guarantee global security and prevent interstate conflicts. Why has this happened? Why have so many past attempts to achieve a right and just world order failed?

Post date: 01/19/22 | Abstract Deadline: 02/15/22 | Event Date: 06/9/22 to 06/12/22

Location: University of Hamburg and Online

The University of Hamburg and the 

Post date: 01/18/22 | Abstract Deadline: 02/15/22 | Event Date: 07/1/22

Location: Virtual or Hybrid

St. Thomas Journal of Law and Public Policy: Spring 2022 Symposium 

The contemporary world has become an arena for emerging new types of international conflict. In recent years, we have seen hybrid forms of war, as in Russia’s use of a spectrum of weapons – military, cyber, and informational – in its 2014 takeover of the Crimean Peninsula; or more recently, in Belarus’ weaponization of refugees and immigrants at the Polish border.

Post date: 01/18/22 | Abstract Deadline: 02/28/22 | Event Date: 07/9/22

Location: Virtual or Hybrid

Call for Papers (in pdf format)

The Japan Chapter of the Asian Society of International Law
The 13th Annual Conference

Date: July 9 (Sat), 2022, 14:00-17:00 (UTC+9)
Venue: Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan
(*Online or in hybrid format: Physical attendance is not mandatory in the hybrid format)

Post date: 01/18/22 | Abstract Deadline: 01/31/22 | Event Date: 03/30/22

Location: Glasgow, Scotland

The ESIL Interest Group on International Organizations welcomes submissions from early career scholars for the interest group workshop taking place as part of the ESIL Research Forum in Glasgow on Wednesday, 30 March 2022

THEME: The Institutionalization of Climate Security

Post date: 01/18/22 | Abstract Deadline: 01/31/22 | Event Date: 06/3/22

Location: University of Innsbruck, Austria

The 5th annual Young European Law Scholars Conference (YELS) will be held on Friday 3rd June 2022 at the University of Innsbruck, Austria. The conference is co-organised with King’s College London, UK. We invite young scholars of European law (i.e. all scholars who have not yet secured a full professorship) to come together and discuss reforming the European Union’s (EU’s) principal Treaties.

Post date: 01/18/22 | Abstract Deadline: 04/30/22 | Event Date: 09/1/22

Location: N/A

The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals now invites submissions for

the 2022 Rosalyn Higgins Prize


In light of her outstanding and inspiring achievements in the field of international dispute settlement, the Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals (LPICT) has named a Prize in honour of H.E. Rosalyn Higgins.


Post date: 12/16/21 | Abstract Deadline: 02/15/22 | Event Date: 06/9/22 to 06/11/22

Location: University of Hamburg, Germany

Humanity has seen improvements in quality of life over time resulting from advancing knowledge, economic growth, and stronger institutions, among others. These developments have also led to technologies that threaten the existence of future generations. We have long been aware of the dangers of nuclear weapons and climate change to the long-term future of humanity; however, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has shown that we are not prepared to tackle many of the greatest existential threats.

Post date: 12/16/21 | Abstract Deadline: 01/16/22 | Event Date: 04/7/22

Location: Maastricht University, Netherlands and Online

Call for Papers:

Deconstructing International Law

Hybrid conference, Maastricht University, 7 April 2022



An air of reverence permeates the solemn corridors of the Peace Palace and the halls of the United Nations. International law and its institutions are seen as a force for the greater good in the world, as a bastion of civilisation. In accordance with this picture, international law is seen as being built on a foundation of peace, equality, and justice.


Post date: 12/10/21 | Abstract Deadline: 02/15/22 | Event Date: 02/15/22

Location: N/A

Legal Reference Services Quarterly (LRSQ) is a peer-reviewed journal featuring scholarly research and practical insights into law library management and legal information studies globally. 

We are currently seeking scholarly research (under 7500 words) and practical insights (500 to 2000 words) in the following areas: