ANZSIL POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH STUDENTS WORKSHOP
La Trobe Law School, Melbourne, Australia
Tuesday, 2 July 2024
The Call for Papers has now closed.
The Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL) Postgraduate Research Students Workshop will be held on Tuesday, 2 July 2024, at La Trobe Law School, Melbourne, Australia.
The Workshop aims to provide postgraduate degree research students with an opportunity to present their research to their peers, develop their feedback and engagement skills, discuss their experiences of postgraduate research and make academic and professional connections. Participants will give presentations on an aspect of their research for approximately 10 minutes, followed by a roundtable discussion of each paper. To facilitate this discussion, participants must submit short papers (no more than 1,500 words) for distribution before the Workshop. Participants will also be expected to engage as discussants of other papers. There is no registration fee.
The Workshop will be followed by the 31st ANZSIL Annual Conference, which will take place at Melbourne Law School from Wednesday 3 to Friday 5 July 2024. Workshop participants are encouraged to attend, and there will be no registration fee for workshop participants to attend the Workshop or the Annual Conference.
Postgraduate research students wishing to present their work on an international law topic are encouraged to submit their proposals for presentation at the Workshop. Applicants must be enrolled in a higher degree research program (PhD, SJD, or Research Masters) at an Australian or New Zealand university.
The Call for Papers for the 2024 Postgraduate Research Students Workshop has now closed.
The organisers will let applicants know of the outcome of their application by the middle of March 2024. If there are more applicants than there are places in the Workshop, priority will be given to participants who have not previously presented at an ANZSIL Postgraduate Workshop, and who have completed formal confirmation requirements for their research degree.
Short papers (no more than 1500 words) will be due on 17 June 2024.
The 2024 Workshop will be convened by Dr Maria Elander (La Trobe Law School) and Dr Ntina Tzouvala (ANU College of Law).