Post date: 08/14/21 | Abstract Deadline: 10/29/21 | Event Date: 04/8/22

Location: TBD

The Center on Applied Feminism at the University of Baltimore School of Law seeks paper proposals for the Thirteenth Annual Feminist Legal Theory Conference.  We hope you will join us for this exciting conference on Friday, April 8, 2022.  This year, we aim to capture, develop, and disseminate cutting edge theorizing around issues of gender equity and intersectionality. 

Post date: 08/14/21 | Abstract Deadline: 09/1/21 | Event Date: 02/28/22

Location: N/A

International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Call for Papers 

Special Issue 

Aesthetics of Law 

Guest Editor: Kamil Zeidler 

Department of the Theory and Philosophy of the State and Law 

Faculty of Law and Administration 

University of Gdańsk, Poland 

Post date: 08/14/21 | Abstract Deadline: 10/25/21 | Event Date: 03/1/22

Location: N/A

Climate crisis and displacement: from commitment to action

Due out March 2022

Deadline for submissions: Monday 25th October 2021

In 2008 we published our first FMR issue focusing on climate change and displacement. This issue explored the potential impact of climate change on people’s mobility and the tension between the need for research and the need to act. Thirteen years on, the debate should no longer be about the need to act but about how to act.

Post date: 08/14/21 | Abstract Deadline: 09/30/21 | Event Date: 02/4/22

Location: Virtual




Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and the Constitution: How LGBTQ Rights are Defined, Protected, and Preempted


Post date: 08/14/21 | Abstract Deadline: 09/30/21 | Event Date: 09/30/21

Location: N/A


Call for Papers: CRIL Journal of International Law and Policy, Vol. I Issue I 


NLIU-CRIL is pleased to invite original and unpublished manuscripts for publication in its annual journal, now rebranded as the CRIL Journal of International Law and Policy. This inaugural edition of the annual journal seeks to secure collaboration between students, research scholars, and professionals interested in international law, from across the world.  


About the organization 


Post date: 08/14/21 | Abstract Deadline: 09/7/21 | Event Date: 01/5/22 to 01/9/22

Location: Virtual

Call  for  Papers 

AALS Program of the Section on International Law 


2022 AALS Annual Meeting (Virtual) 

Washington D.C. 


The Challenges and Opportunities of Teaching International Law Responses to the Climate Change Crisis 

The Section on International Law is pleased to announce a Call for Papers for a program at the AALS 2022 Annual Meeting to be held virtually between Jan. 5-9, 2002 (exact time and date of the panel TBA).  


Post date: 08/14/21 | Abstract Deadline: 08/31/21 | Event Date: 08/31/21

Location: N/A

About the Journal

Post date: 07/16/21 | Abstract Deadline: 08/1/21 | Event Date: 01/5/22 to 01/9/22

Location: Virtual

Call for Proposals

What Research Can Tell Us About How Law Schools, Lawyers, and Leaders Can Nourish Democracy

AALS Section on the Empirical Study of Legal Education and the Legal Profession

Cosponsored by: The AALS Sections on Election Law, Leadership,

Legislation & Law of the Political Process, and Professional Responsibility


January 2022 Annual Meeting


Post date: 07/15/21 | Abstract Deadline: 09/1/21 | Event Date: 12/13/21 to 12/15/21

Location: Virtual


Malnutrition, climate change, globalization, and trade patterns profoundly shape the global food system. These challenges, along with rapid population growth, have compromised the ability of food systems to deliver safe, nutritious, sustainable, and equitable foods, in turn impacting the fulfillment of fundamental human rights.

Post date: 07/15/21 | Abstract Deadline: 09/27/21 | Event Date: 12/16/21 to 12/17/21

Location: Washington, DC


International Law Without International Courts: 

Looking to History and Considering the Future 

Concept: On March 26, 2021, in a speech to the American Society of International Law,  Judge Abdulqawi Yusuf of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) reflected on the establishment  of the Permanent Court of International Justice. Judge Yusuf closed this portion of his remarks  by stating, “there can be no international law without a court to apply it.”