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43rd Annual Conference

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Igniting International Law

 November 13-15 2014

     Ottawa ON

 

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Monday
Jul142014

CCIL 2014 Annual Conference Update

The CCIL conference committee has released a few of the speakers' names for this year's conference.  Click here for those details.

Wednesday
Jul022014

Ronald St. John Macdonald Young Scholars Award

Please note that the deadline for receiving papers for the Ronald St. John MacDonald Award is July 11, 2014. 

Papers should be sent by email to: manager@ccil-ccdi.ca by July 11, 2014.   Please use the subject heading: Macdonald Award - Graduate or Macdonald Award - Undergraduate.

Tuesday
Jun102014

Leslie C Green Award

As you may already know, the Canadian Council on International Law (“CCIL”) established a scholarship in the name of the late Professor Leslie C. Green: The Leslie C. Green Veterans Scholarship

The Leslie C. Green Veterans Scholarship is awarded annually to a Canadian Armed Forces veteran wishing to pursue a career in international humanitarian law.  .

To find more information about the scholarship please visit http://ccil-ccdi.squarespace.com/ccil-veterans-scholarship/

Thank you for your consideration. Together we can make this happen; we can make a difference.

 

To donate:   http://www.ccil-ccdi.ca/ccil-make-a-donation/;

                   https://www.canadahelps.org/dn/4686

Friday
May302014

thePanel is hosting a discussion on Economic Diplomacy

When: June 3rd, 2014

Time: 7PM (mixer) / 8PM (discussion)

Where: Library and National Archives - 395 Wellington Street

 

Please view the flyer for more details

 

Wednesday
May212014

Paul Martin Professorship in International Affairs and Law

The Faculty of Law at the University of Windsor is seeking an outstanding individual or individuals for appointment to the Paul Martin Professorship in International Affairs and Law.  The appointment is intended for established scholars, eminent jurists and distinguished public servants and statespersons who are pursuing research in any area of international or transnational law (which we define widely to encompass public and private international law, comparative law, and law and globalization). Appropriate academic or professional qualifications and experience will be required. 
For more details, please see attached document.