So, recently I created a curated list in Twitter about international law and other type of issues related to it. I think it is quite fun to encounter different perspectives on different issues to maintain oneself engaged in this exciting area of law.
But, sometimes the likes the retweets and the bookmarkings tend to get you lost in the discourse, so here is a curated list of calls that I have encountered lately.
One example is the call for papers made by the Journal of International Economic Law and the American Society of International Law, more information you will find it by clicking here.
The Center of International Law by the University of Singapore and the ILA branch from Singapore are organizing a e-seminar on International Law and Technology, this will be on the upcoming week on the 21 May at 5pm Singapore’s time.
The British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) is having a call for expressions to be part of their board of Trustees, they have a section on International Law, and this might be a possible area for engaging in interesting work, although is not paid, but there seems to be a compensation, more on this is here, you have until June 7, 2021.
There is a call for input, made by the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities the deadline is set for June 8, 2021, and the aim is to give input specially in situations of armed conflict, more on this here.
If you are a methodologies’ junkie, then the Maastricht University through the respective faculty of law are organizing a workshop entitled Narratives of International Law, this one will take place on May 20, 2021, and will kickstart at 12:30 Maastricht time.
NYU at Abu Dhabi has an open call for a tenure track professor in Law with a knack on international and comparative law, deadline June 15, 2021.
That is all for today. Have fun!