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Lunch Buffet

ALAA-ANZ Symposium 2024

is coming up!

It will be an exciting chance for members to get together, to present research and to connect!

Stay tuned!

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31st ANZSIL Annual Conference 2024

Presented by the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL)

Facts

📅 When: July 3 - July 5, 2024
📍 Where: Melbourne Law School, Melbourne, Australia
🤝 Co-hosted by: Institute for International Law and the Humanities (IILAH) at Melbourne Law School

🌍🌐 Theme: International Law: Crisis, Conflict, and Cooperation
 
🔔 Call for Papers and Panel Proposals Deadline: February 12, 2024

Unlock the Power of International Law in Times of Crisis!

The Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL) invites you to the 31st Annual Conference, a global platform where the most influential legal minds will gather to explore the intricate dynamics of international law in times of crisis, conflict, and cooperation.

Why Attend?
✨ Diverse Perspectives: Engage in a comprehensive dialogue on the impact of crises on international law from various angles, fostering a rich and multifaceted discussion.
✨ Innovation and Diversity: ANZSIL encourages transdisciplinary projects and welcomes submissions from traditionally underrepresented groups in the international law community.
✨ Networking Opportunities: Connect with leading experts, scholars, and practitioners in the field of international law.
✨ Alice Edwards Breakthrough Researcher Award: Early career researchers and PhD students have the opportunity to present their breakthrough research at the conference.

Submission Details:

Paper Proposals: Submit your abstract (250 words) and a brief biographical note (200 words) here.
Panel Proposals: Propose a panel by submitting a 250-word synopsis along with abstracts and biographical notes for each panellist here.


For more information, visit anzsil.org.au/events.

Note: This post is shared on behalf of ANZSIL and does not imply direct affiliation with ALAA.

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