Public International Law and Foreign Affairs Conference

Dates of Conference:

March 30-31, 2012


Creighton University School of Law
Omaha, Nebraska


The Creighton University School of Law invites submissions for the 1st Public International Law and Foreign Affairs Conference in Omaha, Nebraska.

Hosted by the School of Law and in partnership with the Creighton International and Comparative Law Journal, the International Law Society, and the Graduate Program in International Relations, the Creighton University Public International Law and Foreign Affairs Conference is dedicated to furthering the study of international issues.  It is a destination in the geographic Midwest for professionals, scholars, and, most importantly, students to present research in the diverse field of international law and foreign affairs.  The conference is interdisciplinary in nature so as to fully understand the issues developing on the international stage.

Call for Papers:

Please submit no more than a one-page abstract on a topic of your choice.  The proposal should relate to the study of public international issues or private international issues directly affecting the public arena.  Although anyone is welcome to submit proposals, we highly encourage submissions by professional and graduate students.  While we prefer complete papers or presentations with conclusions, research in progress is also welcome.

The submission deadline is January 15, 2012.

Please email your proposal, along with a current curriculum vitae or résumé, to:

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