Call for Papers: Journal of Islamic State Practices in International Law

The Journal of Islamic State Practices in International Law (JISPIL) welcomes submissions for its online edition. The Journal covers important international legal issues addressed by the Islamic world, including treaty arrangements. It also includes articles on recent developments in national and international case law involving Islamic States and multilateral organizations. JISPIL is a peer-reviewed journal. […]

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Call for Papers: International Review of the Red Cross – The Evolution of Warfare since World War I

The International Review of the Red Cross invites articles on the evolution of international humanitarian law (IHL). Suggested topics include state sovereignty, changing legal perceptions, evolving IHL practice, and emerging legal dimensions of IHL. Have the humanitarian consequences of conflict generated a respect for rule of law? Deadline The deadline to submit articles is March […]

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U.S. State Department Briefing: 5th Annual “Live from L” on ISIL and the Use of Force

5th Annual “Live from L” The Role of the Law in the Fight Against ISIL: Use of Force, Sanctions, and Foreign Terrorist Fighters Office of the Legal Adviser at the U.S. State Department February 12, 2015, noon- 1:30 pm ET Jacob Burns Moot Courtroom, George Washington University Law School Teleconference $15. Free to attend in […]

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