Monday, December 19, 2011

Write On! Lubanga

(Write On! is an occasional item about notable calls for papers)

The International Criminal Court Student Network invites submissions from young scholars for its conference entitled "The Lubanga Trial: Lessons Learned," to be held March 8 and 9, 2012, in The Hague, Netherlands. (h/t) Submissions should be focused on the International Criminal Court trial of Thomas Lubanga Dyilo, judgment in which is expected soon, or on some other aspect of the work of the ICC.
The opportunity to present and discuss international criminal law research is aimed at undergraduate, graduate, and law students, as well as professionals academics 5 or fewer years away from their last degree.
Invited speakers will be asked to prepare comments or a paper. A number of papers will be selected for publication in Issues in International Criminal Justice, the journal of the Network. (credit for Network logo at right)
Deadline for submission of a 400-word abstract is January 23, 2012. Details on the call for papers and the conference are available here.


eseta said...

Can I submit a paper even if I'm currently not a student? I'm an activist with a Bachelor's in International Studies and a strong interest in Int'l Criminal Justice.

Diane Marie Amann said...

Dear Eseta,

You should click the "here" at the very end of the post and look at details there to get your answer. Among other information, you will find this sentence there: "If you are interested in participating in this conference but have remaining questions, please contact Hope May ("

Hope that helps,