Call for Papers: European Society of International Law 4th Biennial Conference

Submissions are invited for the 4th Biennial Conference European Society of International Law (ESIL) in Cambridge, England on 2-4 September 2010. This year’s theme is “International Law 1989-2010: A Performance Appraisal.” The working languages of the conference are English and French. The deadline for submissions of abstracts is 22 January 2010.

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Call for Nominations: Frank Carrington Crime Victim Attorney Award

Call for nominations for the Frank Carrington Crime Victim Attorney Award. The nominee must be a U.S. attorney, legal service provider, or organization who either: (1) represented victims in criminal, juvenile, or appellate courts, or (2) worked to promote the rights of victims in the criminal justice system. The late attorney Frank Carrington worked to […]

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FTC Workshop: Panel on Emerging Business Models for Online Journalism and Intellectual Property Rights

Nearly five years after the Grokster case transformed the freewheeling world of free online music sharing into the fee-based business model of iTunes, newspapers are arguing for similar legal enforcement of their intellectual property rights online. The enemy is no longer peer-to-peer (P2P) software. Rather, the new alleged enemy is “news aggregators,” such as Google […]

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FTC Workshop on Journalism and the Internet: How Will Journalism Survive the Internet Age?

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is hosting a two-day “Workshop on Journalism and the Internet” in Washington, D.C. The workshop serves as a forum for industry leaders, consumer advocates, academics, and lawyers to advise the FTC on possible changes to copyright law, antitrust law, and tax policy. The FTC convened the workshop in response […]

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Call For Papers: Hague Justice Journal – The Hague Institutions and International Law

The editorial board of The Hague Justice Journal / Journal Judicaire de La Haye (HJJ-JJH) is seeking contributions for 2010 from academics, practitioners, and post-graduate students working in the field of international law and international relations. The general theme is: “The Relationships between the International Courts and Tribunals: Conflict and Cooperation.” HJJ-JJH is a bilingual, […]

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Call for Proposals: Association for Conflict Resolution Annual Conference

The Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) will hold its 10th Annual Conference, September 1-4, 2010 in Chicago, Illinois. This year’s conference theme is “Many Paths: One Destination.” The organizers invite proposals for 60-minute facilitated discussions and 90-minute track sessions. Suggested topics include: theoretical and philosophical underpinning of conflict and its resolution; cultural barriers; cutting-edge practices; […]

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Singapore – Law Reach 2009

The Singapore Law Society is offering a weekend of FREE legal counseling, interactive panel discussions, and legal exhibitions to the public. Individuals can get 20 minute one-on-one consultations with an attorney on a first-come, first-served basis. Panel discussions include employment law, new bankruptcy laws, debt restructuring, using the Internet at work, and data privacy. Additional […]

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