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10/05/2022

Towards an International Academic Career

The ICON-S Committee on Community and Engagement is organizing a virtual workshop on ‘Towards an International Academic Career: Doing a Ph.D. in Public Law’. –> This workshop aims to help prospective applicants to Ph.D. programs in Public International and Comparative Law understand the Ph.D. landscape. Date: June 2, 2022 Time: 7:00 am Bogota | 8:00 am…

  • Conference
5/05/2022

The 2022 ICON-S Preliminary Program is out!

We are pleased to announce the release of the preliminary program for the 2022 ICON·S Conference «Global Problems and Prospects in Public Law», both in its online and on-site version. If your name is among the scheduled panels, this means that your submission has been accepted! All presenters need to register as panelists. This requires setting up…

  • Events
27/04/2022

Book Discussion: Property Rights and Social Justice: Progressive Property in Action

The ICON-S Committee on New Directions in Scholarship invites you to join us in conversation in the New Scholarship Showcase, a series of monthly virtual events dedicated to new books in public law. This event will feature a discussion on Property Rights and Social Justice: Progressive Property in Action (Cambridge Studies in Constitutional Law, 2021) by Rachael Walsh (Trinity…

  • ICON•S Live
15/03/2022

ICON-S Live Event on Ukraine – March 25, 2022

The Russian War on Ukraine has shaken the international community which struggles to decide how best to respond to the situation. It and the preceding Russian aggression have also deeply impacted Ukrainian constitutional law. We will discuss both the domestic Ukrainian as well as the international legal and political dimensions of the ongoing war and international crisis in our…

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  • Conference
3/02/2022

Submissions for the 2022 ICON·S annual Conference are open!

ICON·S | The International Society of Public Law is pleased to announce that its 2022 Annual Conference on Global Problems and Prospects in Public Law will be held in hybrid format at the University of Wrocław in Poland on July on July 4-6, 2022. The Call for Papers, Panels, Working Groups, and Fora is available online and can…

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  • Chapters
1/02/2022

ICON-S Great Britain and Ireland Chapter CFP – The Constitutional Architecture of these Islands

The ICON-S Great Britain and Ireland Chapter is excited to release the Call for Papers for its conference The Constitutional Architecture of these Islands which will take place online on 26,27, and 28 April 2022. To submit a proposal for a fully-formed panel or an individual paper, please send an abstract (100-150 words) to iconsgbie@gmail.com; the…

  • Book Prize
24/01/2022

2022 ICON·S BOOK PRIZE

ICON·S | The International Society for Public Law is pleased to open the Call for Nominations for its fifth annual Book Prize. In line with the Society’s mission, the prize will be awarded to an outstanding book in the field of public law, understood as a field of knowledge that transcends dichotomies between the national and the…

  • Events
12/01/2022

Book discussion: Constitutional Processes and Democratic Commitment

Our recently created Committee on New Directions in Scholarship invites you to join us in conversation in the New Scholarship Showcase, a series of monthly virtual events dedicated to new books in public law. The event (date and time below) will feature a discussion on Constitutional Processes and Democratic Commitment (Yale University Press 2021) by Professor Donald Horowitz (Duke…

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  • Events
28/12/2021

ICON-S Writing School

Publishing at the international level can be challenging for early-career scholars. It is crucial for their academic career and the wide dissemination of knowledge, yet little systematic training is offered to do this task effectively. The ICON-S Writing School – provided at no cost – is here to help, especially those whose home institution has not offered…

  • ICON•S Live
22/09/2021

Comparative Constitutional Law, Empire, and Colonialism

Comparative constitutional studies is frequently, and often justifiably, accused of focussing largely, if not exclusively, on a few influential jurisdictions in the Global North. Despite a welcome and continuing geographical expansion of scholarly interest towards the Global South, much of the intellectual agenda continues to be set by concerns of Northern polities. This panel is…