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News from the CCIL

November 21, 2019

Since late October, Professor Lévesque and Ms. Logvin have assumed their positions for a three year term. During the recent CCIL general annual meeting, members thanked outgoing President Marie-Claude Boisvert and Treasurer Ilario Maiolo for their commitment and good work over the last few years.

Sharing a passion for international law and international dispute settlement, the new President and Treasurer look forward to working with the new Board as well as the broader membership and partners, in Canada and abroad.

Upon assuming her role, Professor Lévesque noted "It is an honor to assume the CCIL presidency at a time when international law remains so relevant to Canada and the world. We are f...

November 11, 2019

The International Law Social provides an informal atmosphere for lawyers, students, and professors working in international law in Ottawa to meet, network, enjoy some great food and even better company. Initiated by the International Law Group at the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa in the Fall of 2013, this Fall and Winter event has quickly become a major success.

It is an excellent opportunity for students to meet international lawyers from government, law firms, NGOs and businesses. They can learn, first-hand, about real life practice and career opportunities in international law.  Similarly, practitioners can interact with professors and lawyers-to-be in an informal setting and networ...

August 8, 2017

The Legal Bureau at Global Affairs Canada, in cooperation with the Canadian Council on International Law (CCIL), is calling for qualified individuals to submit applications to be appointed to the Canadian National Group (CNG) of the Permanent Court of Arbitration.  The CNG currently requires an academic member, as well as a member of the private bar.  Applications from women, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQ persons are especially welcome. 

The unpaid appointments would be for a six year term.  Approved travel costs would be reimbursed.  In addition to their function as arbitrators, the CNG is entitled to nominate candidates for judicial e...

March 22, 2017

Submission Deadline: April 1, 2017

•Analysis and commentary on recent international law developments and emergent trends (up to 2500 words);

•Best practices and cooperation to advance the practice of law in Canada and elsewhere (up to 1000 words);

•Treaty appraisal and updates on international conventions and agreements (up to 500 words);

•Case notes and summary of recent international law decisions (up to 500 words).

Please attach your article as a Word document and provide each author’s name and email address.

General inquiries and articles for inclusion in the Bulletin can be submitted by e-mail to manager@ccil-ccdi.ca

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