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International Law: Enforcement and Entanglements

This year’s theme sheds light on the enforcement in international law and the forces that can subvert it. From the rise of AI to the rise of populism; from the use of force to market forces to the forces of climate change; from the adoption of international instruments to its reception in domestic courts, the enforcement of international law must confront the challenges of an ever-changing world. In moving through these fluctuations, can international law retain its sway?

The call for proposals is now closed.

Conference location

John G Diefenbaker Building

111 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 5A1

Paid parking available on-site.



Registration is set to open around mid-July.

Note for International Attendees

International delegates hoping to attend the CCIL Conference are responsible for making their own arrangements for travel to Canada. Please note that the CCIL will not issue letters of invitation and cannot assist with this process. Please do not register for the Conference before obtaining travel authorization, as no refund of registration fees will be made in the event of visa refusal. 

Any international delegates, hoping to attend the conference, are strongly encouraged to consult the Government of Canada website for the latest regulations regarding entry to Canada.

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