The Chinese (Taiwan) Society of International Law (a branch of the International Law Association) is pleased to hold the International Law Association (ILA) Asia-Pacific Regional Conference from May 29 to June 1, 2011, in Taipei, Taiwan. The theme of the conference will be Contemporary International Law Issues in the Asia Pacific: Opportunities and Challenges. Paper and panel proposals must be submitted electronically by December 20, 2010, to ila [at] nccu.edu.tw. A proposal of no more than 300 words should include the authors name and full contact information.
The call for papers is available here.
Subject areas may include, but are not limited to, the following:
- General Public International Law
- The Use of Force
- Asia-Pacific Security
- Territorial Disputes
- Teaching and Research of International Law
- The Law of the Sea
- International Frameworks on Fisheries Conservation
- International Criminal Law
- International Protection of Human Rights
- International Economic Law
- The WTO, APEC and ASEAN
- FTAs and the Cross-Strait ECFA
- United Nations and Regional Organizations
- Private International Law
- Enforcement of Arbitral Awards and Court Judgments
Other inquiries about the conference can be directed to Professor Pasha Hsieh, Conference Co-organizer, at pashahsieh [at] smu.edu.sg.