The Campus Law Centre (CLC), Faculty of Law, University of Delhi is one of India’s oldest and most prestigious Law School established in the year 1924. It has consistently been ranked among the top law schools in India and has produced many distinguished legal luminaries.
About the Conference
Campus Law Centre organised its first International Conference on Domestic Reception of International Law in April 2019. The 2nd International Conference on International Investment Arbitration: Sustainability, Governance and Conflict is being organised from 15th-17th March 2020. This year’s conference will also witness many distinguished speakers including Prof. Jean-Marc Thouvenin, Secretary-General, Hague Academy of International Law.
Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India – 110007.
The suggested Inter-Disciplinary themes for International Conference on International Investment Arbitration: Sustainability, Governance and Conflict are as follows:
Sustainability of International Investment Law and Investor-State Arbitration
Human Rights and International Investment
Environmental Protection and International Investment
International Investment Arbitration and Governance
Role of Public International Law in governing International Investment Law and Investor-State Arbitration.
Role of International organisations such as UNCITRAL, ICSID etc. in the development of International Investment Arbitration.
Economic Crime and International Investment Law
The Political Economy of the international investment law and arbitration
Impact of GST and Indirect Taxes on International Investment
GST for Charitable Trusts, Co-operatives and Banking, Government-Related Services – Infra/Works Contract and Pure Services
Conflict in International Investment Law and Investor-State Arbitration
Existing Legal frameworks in India and Across: Their Shortcomings and Need for Reforms in the International Investment Legal Regime
BITs and International Investment Arbitration.
Economics of the Bilateral Investment Treaties
Future of International Investment Dispute Settlement Mechanism
Impact of Insolvency on International Investment Arbitration
The Sub-themes are indicative in nature and not restrictive. Any entry beyond the suggested themes will be accepted.
Any Student, Research scholar, Academician or Professional.
Submission and Registration Guidelines
Papers can be submitted under the following categories
Long Articles: Between 8000 and 5000 words.
Essays: Between 5000 and 3000 words.
Case Notes and Legislative Comments: Between 1500 and 2500 words.
Participants can take part in the conference either as an Attendee or a Participant.
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