A group of international law teachers have formed an Organising Committee to convene a
British Institute of International and Comparative Law conference on Teaching International Law.
The Organising Committee invites all those engaging with the teaching of international law from around the world
to share their experiences and critically reflect on current practices of teaching international law. The aim is to
foster reflection and discussion amongst the plurality of actors that teach international law across different
contexts, traditions, and perspectives. Reflections may focus on general courses of international law or more
specialised courses – including courses concerning particular branches of international law (e.g. environmental
law, investment law, trade law, human rights law, humanitarian law, or international criminal law) or cross-cutting
themes (e.g. non-state actors, inequality, technology).
Read the call for proposals.