THE SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW

 

3rd Biennial Global Conference

SIEL 2012 - Singapore

                            12-14 July 2012


The Third Biennial Global Conference of the Society of International Economic Law (SIEL) will be held in Singapore and hosted by the National University of Singapore’s Centre for International Law (CIL) (www.cil.nus.edu.sg) and Faculty of Law (www.law.nus.edu.sg) on 12-14 July 2012. The CIL website for the conference, which includes helpful information about the venue, such as suggested hotels, may be found at: http://cil.nus.edu.sg/siel2012/ .  Registration may be found here

 

Conference Themes

 

Over the course of the last two decades, the communities of scholars, practitioners and others active in the area of international economic law have grown and diversified in ways that few could have predicted. The field of international economic law now includes a diverse array of participants and covers many new substantive issues. Inevitably, the term international economic law defies easy definition: it is at once both a fully integrated part of public international law and an identifiable field in its own right.

 

This conference provides an opportunity for exploring many different facets of international economic law.  Given that the aim of the Society includes fostering research in the area of IEL and promoting cooperation among all parts within the field, the SIEL Global Conference offers a forum for those inside and outside academia to exchange pedagogical and research methods, as well as to explore greater cooperation among the many different constituencies of the field.    

 

There will be plenary and concurrent panels. Each panel will be moderated and may also have commentators on the papers presented.  As the program shows, many of the eminent members of the SIEL Founding Executive Council and members of the present SIEL Executive Council are also  attending the conference - as presenters, commentators, and as Key Note Speakers (see conference program page at this website for a full listing as information becomes available or click here).

 

As with the SIEL’s previous conferences, there will be presentations of over 100 papers by IEL scholars, new and established, from around the world, covering the many different facets of the field.  For more information on the SIEL Inaugural Global Conference (held in Geneva) see http://www.sielnet.org/page-108611 and on the 2nd SIEL Biennial Global Conference (held in Barcelona) see http://www.sielnet.org/page-579239.

Conference papers will be made available to conference participants prior to the conference.  Papers from the previous conferences were published online as part of a working paper series on SSRN's Legal Scholarship Network (see http://www.ssrn.com/link/SIEL-Inaugural-Conference.html & http://www.ssrn.com/link/SIEL-2010-Barcelona-Conference.html).

 

All conference participants, including speakers, must cover their own travel, accommodation and attendance costs. Conference fees and associated attendance costs have been kept as low as possible, thanks to the generous support of the CIL at NUS.

 

Enquiries

 

Please submit enquiries to either of the SIEL Co-Executive Vice Presidents, Colin Picker (c.picker@unsw.edu.au) or Meredith Kolsky Lewis (meredith.lewis@vuw.ac.nz).

 

 

SIEL 2012 Singapore Conference Committee

 

Chairs: Douglas Arner; Michael Ewing-Chow; Meredith Kolsky Lewis; & Colin Picker.

 

Committee Members: Ichiro Araki; Freya Baetens; Laurence Boulle; Tomer Broude; Chris Brummer; Won-Mog Choi; Bradly Condon; Abhijit Das; Susan Franck; Henry Gao; Norah Gallagher; Tomohiko Kobayashi; Jurgen Kurtz; Doris Lopez; Shin-yi Peng; Julia Qin; Michelle Ratton Sanchez; Ed Sim; Vera Thorstensen; Tania Voon; Heng Wang; Rolf H. Weber; & Galina Zukova.

 

With the administrative support of Gerry Ng of NUS.

 

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