International Law Association (ILA)
In choosing the theme for the 77th Biennial Conference of the International Law Association (ILA), SABILA intended to create an opportunity for academics and practitioners to reflect on developments in state practice that prove or disprove north - south divisions in the interpretation and application of international law in areas of mutual concern.
The conference aims to attract participants from as many regions of the world as practically possible, and especially from the African continent which is under-represented in the work and membership of the ILA.
The conference theme and the work of the specialist committees that will be presented at the conference will be of relevance not only for scholars and practitioners of international law. Judges, prosecutors, political scientists, scholars in international relations, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), social scientists and economists may find the programme equally stimulating.
The conference targets lawyers, advocates, judges, those in the justice sector, foreign affairs, political scientists and political journalists.
The conference aims to benefit scholars and practitioners of international law, judges, prosecutors, political scientists, scholars in international relations, NGOs, social scientists and economists.
Dates: 7-11 August 2016
Theme: International Law and State Practice: Is there a North - South Divide?
For more information or to participate, refer to http://ila2016.com.