The Law Department of the European University Institute (EUI) is delighted to share this call for papers for an intensive one-day Doctoral Forum on international law, taking place in Florence, Italy on June 10, 2019, and sponsored by the European Society of International Law (ESIL).
The Forum allows PhD candidates to present their research and receive feedback from peers and EUI faculty members. The Forum welcomes submissions on any sub-field of international law, especially human rights, international economic law, and international dispute settlement. Researchers performing multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary analysis are in particular encouraged to apply.
To apply, please send an abstract of maximum 600 words and your CV to email@example.com by February 15, 2019.
It is our great pleasure to introduce our new IntLawGrrls contributor Ryan Corbett!
Ryan is currently the Project Manager for the Alternative Pathways to Resettlement project at Asylum Access in Malaysia. She previously worked at the same organisation as a legal advisor for refugee status determination cases. She holds a J.D. from Boston University School of Law. During her time in law school, she was the Editor-in-Chief of the International Law Journal and founded the BU chapter of the International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP).
She has experience working on refugee and migration issues in Malaysia, the United States, Egypt, and Israel. Her research interests are in the areas of forced migration, refugee rights, and citizenship.
In addition to her J.D., Ryan holds a Master’s degree in Conflict Resolution from Tel Aviv University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Religion from Dickinson College.
It is our great pleasure to introduce our new IntLawGrrls contributor Sandra Wisner!
Sandra is a Canadian human rights lawyer working as a Bertha Justice Fellow with the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti on UN accountability matters and as the liaison to fellows at the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux’s in Haiti. Prior to joining IJDH, Sandra worked as a UN legal consultant assisting with the prosecution of the most senior surviving membres of the Khmer Rouge at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. She has litigated plaintiff-side discrimination and tort cases in Toronto, Canada, and spent a year in South Africa assisting the Legal Resources Centre in their representation of victims at the Marikana Commission of Inquiry. Sandra holds Canadian J.D. and Honours Bachelor of Arts degrees as well as an Advanced LL.M. in Public International Law from Leiden University, specializing in business and human rights.
It is our pleasure to introduce our new IntLawGrrls contributor Ariel Wheway!
Ariel is a student in her final year of the joint Juris Doctor and Masters of Arts in International Affairs program at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law and the Norman Patterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. Her studies have focused on Public International Law, and specifically International Human Rights Law and International Criminal Law.
She is the current president of the International Law Students Association at the University of Ottawa where she organizes events to help educate other students on international law. She is also completing a fellowship with the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Adequate Housing and is a member of the University of Ottawa’s International Criminal Court moot team. She is passionate about international human rights and criminal law and hopes to practice in these areas in the future.
It is our great pleasure to introduce our new IntLawGrrls contributor Ebru Demir!
Ebru Demir is a PhD researcher and an associate tutor (AT) at the University of Sussex Law School. Ebru holds an LLM degree in International Law from the University of Nottingham and a BA degree from Istanbul University.
Ebru’s PhD research focuses on gender issues in the transitional justice process in Bosnia and Herzegovina. During her fieldwork in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ebru worked as an intern in a women’s organization, Medica Zenica. Occasionally, she reviews books on transitional justice at LSE Review of Books Blog.
Ebru’s academic interests include international law, transitional justice, gender and conflict, human rights. She is particularly interested in gender-based analyses of transitional justice processes.
It is our great pleasure to introduce our new IntLawGrrls contributor Marian Yankson-Mensah!
Marian is a lawyer with specialization in International Criminal Law, Transitional Justice and Economic Crimes. She worked previously with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration in Ghana and also worked as a private legal practitioner with the Ghanaian law firm Sima Consultancy. She is a doctoral researcher at the Lehrstuhl für deutsches und internationales Strafrecht, Strafprozessrecht und Juristische Zeitgeschichte at the Humboldt Universtität zu Berlin. Her doctoral dissertation discusses the impact of truth commissions on transitional societies, with a focus on the National Reconciliation Commission of Ghana.
She is also a Project Officer at the International Nuremberg Principles Academy. The Nuremberg Academy is a foundation dedicated to the promotion of international criminal law and related human rights. Located in Nuremberg, the birthplace of modern international criminal law, its mandate is to promote the universality, legality and acceptance of international criminal law. The foundation’s main fields of activity include interdisciplinary and applied research, specialized capacity building for practitioners of international criminal law, and human rights education with an international reach.