The Law and Political Economy of Business and Human Rights: A Turn to Root Causes?, Erasmus School of Law Rotterdam, The Netherlands (hybrid), 10 – 11 November 2022 (abstract deadline: 17 June 2022)
The following opportunities may be of interest to researchers in the field of law and development:
Iowa Law Faculty fellowship | University of Iowa, USA (deadline: 5 March 2020)
Postdoctoral researcher – Development Processes, Actors and Policies | Institute of Development Policy, University of Antwerp, Belgium (deadline: 15 March 2020)
Associate professor – socio-legal studies | Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford, UK (deadline: 2 April 2020)
Teaching fellow – Stanford Programme in International Legal Studies | Stanford School of Law, CA, USA (deadline: 15 April 2020)
Research associate – qualitative research on New York bail reform | Vera Institute of Justice, New York, USA / remote (rolling deadline)
Visiting clinical supervisor – immigration law clinic | Brooklyn Law School, NY, USA (rolling deadline)
Conferences and workshops
Law and Digital Society: Re-Imagining the Futures – Conference of the Research Committee for the Sociology of Law | Lund University, Sweden | 24 – 26 August 2020 (deadline: 15 March 2020)
Science for Sustainable Development – Conference of the ACV International Law Institute and the Cambridge University Brazilian Alumni | São Paulo, Brazil | 2 – 3 July 2020 (deadline: 30 March 2020)
The European Convention on Human Rights Turns 70 – Taking Stock, Thinking Forward | Ghent University, Belgium | 18 -20 November 2020 (deadline: 15 April 2020)
LDRN members are welcome to announce any opportunities (e.g. vacancies, scholarships, calls for papers) by contacting the Editor.
The International Economic Law (IEL) Collective will host its inaugural conference at Warwick University, UK, on 6 – 7 November 2019.
The IEL Collective was launched to provide a space for critical reflection in the growing field of international economic law. It aims to explore how epistemological and methodological diversity can contribute towards the development of a more holistic landscape of scholarship on law and the governance of the global economy. The IEL Collective aims to stimulate conversations about plurality, representation and criticality in researching, teaching and practising international economic law and spark new conversations about the future of the discipline.
The conference aims to bring together scholars as well as other stakeholders, including policymakers, campaigners and practitioners, to contribute towards the development of The IEL Collective and to springboard and further new and existing conversations about the past, present and future of the discipline.
The IEL Collective welcomes papers and contributions that speak to the themes of the Collective and invite critical and contextual reflections of teaching, research and practical engagement with the broad sphere of international economic law. This can include explorations of thematic or substantive areas of international economic law, broadly conceived; contributions towards or challenges of methodological diversity within the discipline; engagements with the policy and practice of international economic law; and issues relating to the engagement of a broader community of scholars, students and stakeholders in the field of international economic law.
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Deadline for paper proposals: 31 July 2019 (title + abstract of max. 250 words, to be submitted via the conference website)