Call for Papers and Panels Making International Economic Law Work Integrating Disciplines and Broadening Policy Choices
Call for Papers and Panels: ASIL International Economic Law Interest Group 2016 Biennial Conference
30 September-1 October 2016, Georgetown University Law Center.
Making International Economic Law Work:
Integrating Disciplines and Broadening Policy Choices
The conference will comprise:
• Academic paper presentations drawn from an open call for papers
• Invited papers and keynote speakers
•Roundtable conversations with practitioners, governments officials, NGO representatives, think tank members
We encourage submissions on all aspects of international economic law, including those that do not focus on cross‐cutting issues.
Deadline: Consideration is guaranteed until June 24 2016, and will be on a rotating basis thereafter.