|Start Date||End Date||Description||Location||Time|
|Oct. 18, 2018||Oct. 20, 2018||
International Law Weekend 2018
|New York, NY||None|
|April 27, 2018||April 28, 2018||
Along with the D.C. Chapter of the Inter-American Bar Association and Georgetown Law’s Center on Transnational Business and the Law, the ABILA will present a Spring Conference on “Challenges Facing International Business, Trade and Investment” on April 27-28, 2018. The Conference will open in the evening of April 27 with a Keynote Speech on the topic “Doing Business in Latin America: Challenges and Opportunities,” followed by a Cocktail Reception. There will be two panels on Saturday morning, April 28, tentatively titled “Human Rights and Public Health: A Turning Point in IIAs and ISDS?” and “Corporate Social Responsibility: Reshaping the way of Doing Business, Invest and Trade in the Global Market.” They will be followed by a networking luncheon on the topic “International Business Transactions and Human Rights.”
|Georgetown University Law Center||None|
|Aug. 19, 2018||Aug. 24, 2018||
The International Law Association’s 78th Biennial Conference (2018) will be hosted by the Australian Branch on August 19-24, 2018 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Sydney. A wonderful opportunity to join with colleagues from around the world, hear reports from ILA committees and study groups, and attend may other presentations.
|May 12, 2018||May 12, 2018||
The International Law Association's Executive Council meeting with be held on May 12, 2018, in London, England.
|May 23, 2018||May 25, 2018||
The Brazilian and Portuguese Branches of the International Law Association will hold their 2018 Regional Conference in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, from May 23 to May 25, 2018, at the Universidade Federal de Minas Minas (www.ufmg.br).
For information contact email@example.com.
|Universidade Federal de Minas Minas (www.ufmg.br)||None|
|June 1, 2018||June 1, 2018||
World Tour of Regional Tools for UN Sustainable Development Goals: International Legal Experts Roundtable
Hosted by CISDL, McGill Journal of SD Law & Intl Law Association, with McGill University and University of Montreal Faculties of Law
How can international law and governance reform contribute to the SDGs, and what are the most promising regional advances? Which treaties and instruments can support the SDGs, in Africa, Asia, the Americas, Middle East, the Pacific and Europe? What is the role of regional courts and tribunals? How can regional environmental accords, trade and investment agreements, and human rights instruments foster a greener economy, and more sustainable development?
|Purvis Hall, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec||1:00 pm - 5:00 pm|