The Wisconsin International Law Journal just published a selection of papers from the Wisconsin International Law Journal Annual Symposium held April 4-5, 2014 at the University of Wisconsin Law School on the Creation of International Law: Exploring the International Law Components of Peace. This Conference invited all women scholars from a range of fields within International Law was a follow up to the first Creation of International Law Conference held in Oslo in 2010.
Amrei Müller, The Right to Health and International Humanitarian Law: Parallel Application for Building Peaceful Societies and the Prevention of Armed Conflict
Rohini Sen, Use of Force and the ‘Humanitarian’ Face of Intervention in the 21st Century
Myriam Senn, Implementing Public International Law Effectively- Towards Conceptualizing a Steering of Business Activities
Hitomi Takemura, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: Humanization from International Humanitarian Law
Inga T. Winkler, Margaret L. Satterwaite, and Catarina de Albuquerque, Treasuring What We Measure and Measuring What We Treasure: Post-2015 Monitoring for the Promotion of Equality in the Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Sector
Hannah Woolaver, State Failure, Sovereign Equality and Non-Intervention: Assessing Claimed Rights to Intervene in Failed States
We would like to plan the next conference, so please let us know if your Law School would be interested in hosting!