Joel Trachtman has asked me to bring this job opportunity to your attention. Tufts does not have a law school, but this junior level position requires a JD. It is a great opportunity for someone who wants great students, and to live in the Boston area.
You can learn more about the position here.
The editors of Law & Social Inquiry are pleased to announce their annual competition for the best journal-length paper in the field of law and social science written by a graduate or law student. Law & Social Inquiry publishes empirical and theoretical studies of sociolegal processes from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. Entries will be accepted starting January 1, 2019 and must be received by March 1, 2019
For more information, see: http://www.americanbarfoundation.org/publications/lawsocialinquiry/Graduate_Student_Paper_Competition.html?fbclid=IwAR1GPby7SHWY06UsYoEiZqRNKXlYdsYFtvoK5u3Un8IYAeGjALcxTp73CDE
The ASIL mid-year research forum is a great place to present work in progress, and to network. The research forum is, in my view, the best ASIL meeting because it is all focused on research, discussions are usually high quality, and each panel has an engaged discussant. While the majority of presenters come from the discipline of law, it is interdisciplinary and it attracts many young scholars.
Applications are due June 25, and they are blind reviewed. Papers may be on any topic related to international and transnational law and should be unpublished (for purposes of the call, publication to an electronic database such as SSRN is not considered publication). Interdisciplinary projects, empirical studies, and jointly authored papers are welcome. The application involves an abstract of no more than 500 words. I hope to see you there!
The project “Women Also Know Stuff,” which makes it easier for the media to find informed women to speak on public affairs topics, has inspired the creation of a new project: “People of Color also Know Stuff.” While mostly focused on political science, legal experts and interdisciplinary scholars may also be permitted to join the ranks of listed experts.
Check out the two projects, and consider listing yourself on these portals:
Women also know stuff: https://womenalsoknowstuff.com/
People of Color also know stuff: https://sites.google.com/view/pocexperts/home?authuser=0
Seventh Annual ASIL Research Forum will be held October 26-28, 2017, St. Louis, Missouri
The American Society of International Law calls for submissions of scholarly paper proposals for the ASIL Research Forum to be held during the ASIL Midyear Meeting in St. Louis, Missouri at Washington University School of Law.
The Research Forum, a Society initiative introduced in 2011, aims to provide a setting for the presentation and focused discussion of works-in-progress. All ASIL members are invited to attend the Forum, whether presenting a paper or not.
Papers may be on any topic related to international and transnational law and should be unpublished (for purposes of the call, publication to an electronic database such as SSRN is not considered publication). Interdisciplinary projects, empirical studies, and jointly authored papers are very welcome.
Proposals should be submitted online at www.asil.org/researchforum by June 26, 2017. Interested paper-givers should submit an abstract (no more than 500 words in length) summarizing the scholarly paper to be presented at the Forum. Abstracts will be considered via a blind review process. Papers that do not follow these guidelines will not be considered. Notifications of acceptance will go out by the end of July.
Papers accepted for presentation will be assembled into panels. The organizers welcome volunteers to serve as discussants who will comment on the papers. All authors of accepted papers will be required to submit a draft paper four weeks before the Research Forum (September 29, 2017). Accepted authors must commit to being present on both Friday, October 27 and Saturday, October 28, 2017. Draft papers will be posted in advance of the Forum on an asil.org website accessible only by attendees of the Forum.
Applications for iCourts Phd Summer are being accepted through April 1. The summer school is for students who are well into their Phd process. We work on framing and writing strategies, professionalization and mentorship.
The course is offered free of charge but the participants pay for expenses relating to travel and accommodation. Read about the summer school here.
1-2 postdoctoral fellowships of up to three years in political science are available at PluriCourts, University of Oslo. We are looking for applicants who will contribute to PluriCourts’ research agenda, by studying the functioning, effects and legitimacy of international courts and tribunals (ICs). We seek candidates with a background in judicial politics, international relations, comparative politics, political economy, public administration, or other relevant political science sub-fields.
Successful candidates will develop their own research agenda, in collaboration with colleagues at PluriCourts. Possible research topics include, but are not restricted to; 1) judicial independence and politicization of ICs, 2) compliance with and effectiveness of ICs’ decisions, 3) the effects of international judicialization on domestic politics, including redistribution of powers and resources between societal groups and actors, 4) judicial behavior and impartiality of judges, 5) the selection and retention of judges, 6) the social legitimacy of international courts, 7) descriptive and substantive representation of men and women in ICs, and 8) interest group litigation and the role of law and courts as a legitimation strategy for achieving political goals.
Salary level 57-65 (NOK 486 100 to 567 100 pr. year)
Application deadline is January 25, 2017. Read the full announcement here: http://uio.easycruit.com/vacancy/1735565/70420?iso=no