CFP: New Voices（徵稿：New Voices）Posted: 04/17/2013
I just got this information from GULC. It’s a online conference held by Opinio Juris. It invites submissions from LL.M., S.J.D., and Ph.D. students. If you are planing to circulate your ideas or research topics, this is a good opportunity to build your own social network. And this conference is a online conference decreasing the geographical limitation to participation. Here is the idea and the link is HERE.
Are you an international law student or a recent graduate with an idea that you’d like you tell our readers about? Then we at Opinio Juris want to know about you! This July, we are planning to launch a new feature called New Voices: a two-month online symposium to run alongside our regular posts. Our goal is to give students and emerging scholars a chance to profile their work by providing a platform for fresh ideas that will hopefully stimulate discussion with our regular bloggers and commentators.
We invite submissions on any topic of international law from LL.M., Ph.D., and S.J.D. students as well as those in the early stages of their careers (e.g., post-docs, junior academics or early career practitioners within the first five years of finishing their final degree), anywhere in the world.
If you’re interested, please send a 200-word summary of your idea and your CV to opiniojurisblog [at] gmail [dot] com by May 1, 2013. If selected, we’ll let you know by mid-May. We’ll also let you know at that point when your post is scheduled to go online. Final submissions between 1000-1500 words will be required two weeks before publication for review, so at the earliest by mid-June.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in the comments or send us an e-mail at the address above.