June 8, 2022
JIEL Junior Faculty Forum for International Economic Law (IEL‐Forum)
The Journal of International Economic Law is delighted to announce the second annual IEL‐Forum for Junior Scholars. The IEL‐Forum aims at bringing together early career scholars (including junior faculty, visiting assistant professors, PhD candidates, post‐doctoral fellows, etc.) working in the field of international economic law. The purpose is to allow scholars to present their work before an audience of peers and experts and receive feedback from senior scholars. In addition, at least one piece will receive an offer of publication to appear in the 26th volume of the Journal of International Economic Law— the leading publication in the field.
Rules and Format
We welcome applications from early career scholars teaching in law faculties or other schools such as in economics, political science, history or international relations. The Forum welcomes submissions covering a wide range of international economic law topics – trade, investment, finance, tax, labor, intellectual property, data, and other topics reflective of the broad nature of the field. Scholars who have previously presented in the IEL‐Forum are not eligible to apply.
At the IEL‐Forum, up to six successful applicants will present their work; for each paper, a senior scholar will provide a response followed by general discussion by the entire Forum. The intention is to create a process of sustained exchange and feedback that can help to improve the piece. Interested applicants should submit a brief description of the unpublished/unsubmitted project (up to 800 words) in a Microsoft Word document as well as a CV in PDF by July 8, 2022 to JIELjff@gmail.com. The Word document description should be single spaced and should not include any identifying information as each submission will be reviewed without attribution. Applicants should be prepared to comply with the following schedule:
a) Selection and Notification of the List of Participants by July 22, 2022.
b) Draft Papers (up to 12,500 words) circulated by September 9, 2022.
c) IEL‐Forum held on September 23 & 24, 2022.
d) Possible JIEL Offer(s) of Publication by December 2022.
The IEL‐Forum to take place in hybrid or virtual format. It will take place on the sidelines of the biennial conference of the American Society of International Law’s International Economic Law Interest Group which is being held at Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas.
For any questionsregarding the submission orselection process, please email JIELjff@gmail.com.
Editors‐in‐Chief of JIEL
Professors Kathleen Claussen, Sergio Puig, and Michael Waibel