Submissions for the Australian International Law Journal

The deadline for submissions for the upcoming issue of the Australian International Law Journal is 30 November 2019.

From a modest beginning in 1983 as Australian International Law News, the Australian International Law Journal has become a peer-reviewed law journal of international standing. Articles published in the Journal cover a wide range of topics of public and private international law.

Previous issues of the Journal may be accessed on AustLii.

For more information, please refer to the Guidelines for Authors and Publication Policy, or contact the Editor-in-Chief of the AILJ, Professor Anthony Cassimatis on a.cassimatis@law.uq.edu.au.

Passing of Professor Ivan Shearer AM RFD

The Australian Branch of the International Law Association is deeply saddened to learn of the passing today of Professor Ivan Shearer AM RFD, after a lengthy battle with illness. Professor Shearer was for many years Challis Professor of International Law at the University of Sydney and more recently was an Adjunct Professor in his home…Continue Reading

REGISTER NOW – Upcoming Sydney event – “The Future of International Dispute Settlement”

The ILA and NSW Young Lawyers are proud to host this flagship event on Thursday, 27 June 2019. This catered CPD event features three panels that bring together practitioners and academics to discuss emerging issues of international law relating to the peaceful settlement of international disputes.  Register now through Eventbrite here. Download the programme here.Continue Reading

Upcoming event (27 June 2019): The Future of International Dispute Settlement

The Future of International Dispute Settlement will bring together practitioners and academics to assess cutting-edge issues of international law emerging in relation to the peaceful settlement of international disputes. Speakers will examine the recent developments and future prospects for dispute settlement with regards to the practice of international courts, international criminal law, law of the…Continue Reading

Upcoming event (15 May 2019): Book launch – “Crimes Against Humanity in the 21st Century”

The Australian Branch of the International Law Association is proud to sponsor an event to launch a new book by Dr Robert Dubler SC and Matthew Kalyk entitled Crimes Against Humanity in the 21st Century: Law, Practice and Threats to International Peace and Security. The event will take place at the Sydney office of Herbert…Continue Reading

Law Council of Australia: ILS International Law and Practice Course 2019

The Law Council of Australia is inviting students and practitioners with an interest in international law to attend the ILS International Law and Practice Course 2019. The course consists of a series of 10 monthly lectures, the first of which will be held on 15 March 2019 on the topic of EU law. Details of…Continue Reading

New ILA Committees – call for expressions of interest

The Executive Council of the International Law Association HQ has established the following two new Committees: Use of Force: Military Assistance on Request (see mandate here) Submarine Cables and Pipelines under International Law (see mandate here). According to ILA rules (available here), it is for each branch of the ILA to nominate its members for membership of…Continue Reading

Upcoming event: International Law Responses to Climate Change and Sea-Level Rise – 2018 ILA End of Year Function (Sydney)

The International Law Association (Australian Branch) is hosting an end of year function on Thursday, 6 December 2018 featuring a panel presentation on international law responses to climate change and sea-level rise. The panel will be composed of Justice Nicola Pain (NSW Land and Environment Court), Professor Jane McAdam (UNSW) and Professor Don Rothwell (ANU), and…Continue Reading

Call for papers – Volume 24 (2018) of the Australian International Law Journal

The Australian International Law Journal, published by the Australian Branch of the International Law Association, is calling for papers of between 6,000 and 12,000 words on topics of public or private international law. Casenotes (2,000-3,000 words) and book reviews (1,000 words) within the area of public or private international law are also welcome. Papers should…Continue Reading