Announcements

Jobs

The Department of Law at the University of Southern Denmark in Odense is currently advertising a post as Assistant Professor in Public International Law with starting date 1 January 2017 or soon thereafter. The successful applicant will have a strong profile in both research and teaching and also be interested to work in a multidisciplinary environment. This will include contributions to the University’s Centre for War Studies and the interdisciplinary master degree in “International Security and Law”. The candidate is expected to be able to teach in English and Danish within three years from the start of employment. For more information and the application form see the official job advert. Applications are accepted until 21 August 2016.

Call for Papers

Appel à communications – édition spéciale dans la Revue femmes et droit Commémoration des travaux de la professeure Nicole LaViolette

La Revue femmes et droit sollicite des observations rédigées en français sur l’intersection des LGBTQ et des réfugiés. Cette édition spéciale commémore les travaux de la professeure Nicole LaViolette dont le travail a contribué à mieux comprendre les croisements entre l’orientation et l’identité sexuelles et la migration forcée au Canada et à l’échelle internationale. Dans ce numéro spécial, on cherche à faire avancer les travaux de la professeure LaViolette. Les auteurs sont invités à puiser dans une bibliographie annotée que la professeure LaViolette et Mary Kapron ont compilée en vue de générer des idées ou de l’utiliser comme source (http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2457503).

Les articles, d’une longueur maximale de 10 000 mots, doivent être finalisés d’ici le 1er octobre 2016.

Nous sommes ouverts à la collaboration de nouveaux chercheurs et étudiants des cycles supérieurs. Veuillez faire parvenir des résumés de 500 mots maximum à Jamie Liew (jamie.liew@uottawa.ca) et Mary Kapron (mary.kapron@gmail.com) au plus tard le 1er août 2016.

Call for papers – Special Issue in Canadian Journal of Women and the Law Commemorating the work of Professor Nicole LaViolette

The Canadian Journal of Women and the Law is welcoming submissions written in French on the intersection of LGBTQ and refugees. The special edition is commemorating the work of Professor Nicole LaViolette whose work contributed to understanding the intersection of sexual orientation and gender with forced migration both in Canada and internationally. The edition hopes to further the work of Professor LaViolette. Writers are welcome to mine an annotated bibliography that Professor LaViolette and Mary Kapron compiled to generate ideas or use as source material (http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2457503).  Papers no more than 10,000 words must be completed by October 1, 2016.

We welcome emerging scholars and graduate students. Abstracts of 500 words should be submitted to Jamie Liew (jamie.liew@uottawa.ca) and Mary Kapron (mary.kapron@gmail.com) by no later than August 1, 2016.

Events

The Law Students’ Committee at the International Bar Association (IBA) and The European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) are organizing the IBA Annual Student Conference which will take place on the 12th and 13th of November 2016 in London on the topic of international courts and tribunals. They are currently seeking speakers for their career and gender sessions and we are reaching out to established organisations in London to assist them with this process to assure the quality of the conference. More information can be found here. Please contact the Vice Co-Chair of the IBA for more information at the following address: vaneetasharma90@gmail.com.

 

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