International Law

Webinar: Teaching and Researching International Economic Law in Africa, Strategies for Overcoming Publishing Challenges

July 2, 2021

International economic law is an emerging area of teaching, research, and practice in Africa. The area, which is a sub-field of international law, is concerned with the regulation of economic relations between states as well as the conduct of private parties involved in cross-border economic and business transactions.

University of South Africa presents Professor Babatunde Fagbayinbo's Inaugural Lecture themed: "The Two Eras of Reform Efforts in the African Union (AU): A Politico-Legal Critique"

July 2, 2021

Professor Puleng LenkaBula, Principal and Vice Chancellor of the University of South Africa, takes pleasure in inviting you to the virtual Inaugural lecture of: 

Professor Babatunde Fagbayibo, College of Law: Department of Public Constitution and International Law

Topic: The Two Eras of Reform Efforts in the African Union (AU): A Politico-Legal Critique

Date: Wednesday, 14 July 2021

University of New South Wales, Canberra presents the Asian Society of International Law's 8th Biennial Conference themed "What Place for International Law in the Asian Future?"

For the first time in its history, the biennial conference of the Asian Society of International Law is to be held online. The conference will be held from 24 to 28 May 2021 (plenary conference*) and the PhD Students Workshop will be on 20 to 21 May 2021.

Call for Application: Master's, Doctoral and Postdoctoral Research in International Law, University of Pretoria

May 18, 2021

The South African Research Chair in International Constitutional Law in the Faculty of Law (UP Law) at the University of Pretoria (UP), Prof Dire Tladi, invites applications for full-time Research Master's / Doctoral / Postdoctoral candidates commencing in 2022.

The relevant areas of research to which this call relates are:

(a) The law of International Organizations, including the United Nations and the African Union

Reflections on the 9th Afronomicslaw Academic Forum Guest Lecture Delivered by Harrison Mbori and John Nyanje

The lecture was fascinating because it provided various ways of moving forward. These include the questioning of international law as amateurs, the need to produce ‘African’ international law, and the duty we have in promoting and protecting our epistemic locations.

Research Symposium – “International Law 'in the Palm of our Hand’: Reading between the Lines of Brazilian International Law Textbooks.”

The “Research Symposium” is an initiative of the ILA-Brazil International Law Agendas blog to stimulate the debate on ideas that emerge from research projects in international law in Brazilian law schools. In this inaugural symposium, we present the research project “International law 'in the palm of our hand’: reading between the lines of Brazilian International Law textbooks.”

Afronomicslaw.org Academic Forum Guest Lecture Series: A Conversation around "The Promise of International Law: A Third World View?"

April 22, 2021

The Afronomicslaw.org Academic Forum invites you to join their next guest lecture series.

Guest Speaker:

Harrison Mbori, Research Fellow at Max Planck Institute Luxemburg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law

John Nyanje, International Lawyer, Kenya and Switzerland

Call for Papers: The Nigerian Yearbook of International Law (NYBIL) - Volume 3 (2020/2021)

The NYBIL welcomes original contributions from scholars, lawyers, judges and professionals active in fields on topics within the scope of the Yearbook. The length of manuscripts should normally range between 8,000 and 12,000 words (including footnotes) for full-length articles; 2,000-3,000 words for commentaries and case notes; and 1,000-1,500 words for book reviews.