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CANADIAN COUNCIL ON

INTERNATIONAL LAW

About the CCIL

The Canadian Council on International Law (CCIL) seeks to encourage the study of international law and to broaden relations and dialogues between international lawyers, scholars, individuals and organizations across Canada and around the world. To accomplish these objectives, the CCIL offers scholarships, grants awards, develops strategic partnerships with other organizations, and organizes international law events including our signature Annual Conference.

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News and Events

CCIL Scholarly Paper Award

2021

Call for Submissions

To recognize the work of Canadian scholars of international law, CCIL conducts a biannual competition for scholarly papers that make a substantial contribution to the international law literature.

Deadline to submit:  May 1, 2021

John E. Read Medal

2021

Call for Nominations

We are seeking your suggestions for worthy candidates to be considered for the John E. Read Medal.  The Read Medal is a singular honour awarded by the CCIL to those who have made an extraordinary contribution to international law.

John Peters Humphrey Fellowship

2021 Application Now Available

The John P. Humphrey Fellowship Application for the 2021-2022 Academic Year is now available. Download the application to view eligibility criteria.

Deadline to submit:  December 15, 2020

Jessup Competition 2021

Call for Judges - Oral Rounds

We are seeking volunteers to serve as judges for the oral rounds at the 2021 Jessup Canadian Qualifying Tournament. This is a great opportunity to interact with current law students and colleagues from across Canada.

CCIL FALL 2020 VIRTUAL CONFERENCE SERIES

Read the text from the recent webinar with Prof. José E. Alvarez

US Elections and International Law

 

Prof. Alvarez is the Herbert and Rose Rubin Professor of International Law at New York University School of Law and presented on the US Elections and International Law.

 

Don't miss the last webinar in our series:

Thursday, November 26

12:30 - 13:30 ET

Climate Change

Dr. Sara L Seck, Linda Siegele, Dr. Patricia G. Ferreira

CCIL Secretariat

c/o 275 Bay Street

Ottawa, Ontario

K1R 5Z5 Canada

Tel: 613-238-4870 press 4

Fax: 613-236-2727

Email:  ccil-ccdi@intertaskconferences.com

Support the work of the CCIL!

The Council is registered as a Canadian charity with the Canada Revenue Agency. The CCIL charitable registration number is 118830595RR0001

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