CALL FOR PAPERS and other offers of International Cooperation

Order of offers: by deadline date: from the longest (top) to the shortest (bottom).

Latest update: May 12, 2024.

Edited by: Assoc. Prof. Dr. habil. Marcin M. Wiszowaty, Dr. Agnieszka Tuszkowska.
Please send offers of international academic cooperation in the field of legal sciences to: - Thank you !


Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory Vol. IV

Oxford University Press is pleased to announce a call for papers for Volume IV of Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory, edited by Paul Miller (Notre Dame) and John Oberdiek (Rutgers).

Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory is a biennial forum for some of the best new work in private law theory by scholars from around the world. The series publishes exceptional work exploring the full range of private law domains and doctrines—including contract, property, tort, and fiduciary law, as well as equity, unjust enrichment, and remedies—and employing diverse methodological approaches to individual areas of private law as well as to private law in general. 

Submissions should be approximately 12,000 words, inclusive of footnotes. The deadline for submission is 15 January 2025.

All papers provisionally accepted will be workshopped at the National University of Singapore in August 2025. The Rutgers Institute for Law and Philosophy and the National University of Singapore will cover the expense of participants’ travel and accommodation. Thanks to the generosity of the Notre Dame Program on Private Law, accepted papers will be published open access by OUP. 

To submit a paper for consideration, please email both John Oberdiek at and Paul Miller at






  On Ricoeur: Justice, Hermeneutics, Responsibility, and Personal Identity
  Volume 38 (2025)
  Guest Editors – Peter Langford & Rafe McGregor
  (Edge Hill University)

The work of Paul Ricoeur is animated by an insistent philosophical engagement with the position and orientation of human existence. An integral aspect of Ricoeur’s philosophical engagement concerns the relationship between individual existence, as a question of personal identity, and co-existence, as a question of social life. This engagement is shaped by a reflexive interpretation – a hermeneutics – of these aspects of human existence in a manner that has been termed a ‘hermeneutics of the human condition’ (Domenico Jervolino, Paul Ricoeur, Une herméneutique de la condition humaine, 2002).
The presence of law within the framework of this reflexive interpretation arises through the question of justice, which situates law in relation to both personal identity and human co-existence. The passage from the individual to human co-existence becomes that of the interconnection between responsibility and justice. In this manner, law becomes a domain or region of reflection in and through its connection to morality, ethics, and politics. Law is a distinct, but neither self-contained nor self-sufficient, domain whose distinctiveness is to be considered through its interconnection with these other domains. The position accorded to law is thus the expression of a wider, reflexive reconfiguration of the interrelationship of all these domains.
The reconfiguration results from an overarching process of reflexive interpretation that involves the selection of, and interpretative orientation to, the texts which form the material or corpus for this overarching process. It is in this selection and interpretation that the distinctive character of Ricoeurian hermeneutics is elaborated, the question of justice raised, and the domain of law accorded its particular position. We invite proposals that explore one or more of these themes of this special issue on the work of Paul Ricoeur.


Submissions should be addressed to: Peter Langford ( and Rafe McGregor (

- Abstracts of 300 words (maximum) by 1 January 2025.
- After selection, final papers (10,000 words maximum, including endnotes and references) should be submitted by 1 June 2025.

Submission guidelines

Slovakia grants

to support mobility

New call for applications for scholarships for study stays, research, artistic residencies and guest lectures in the academic year 2024/2025 !

Deadline for applications: 31 October 2024 

Applications for scholarships can be submitted online via: or    

The National Scholarship Programme of the Slovak Republic aims to support the mobility of foreign students, doctoral students, academics, researchers and artists by encouraging them to stay at universities and research units in Slovakia.    

Detailed information on the programme is available on the official programme website or



London, UK | September 2–4, 2024

The increasing proliferation of information and communication technologies (ICT) in our lives, has facilitated connectivity growth between distinct parts of our world. Various types of data are continuously streaming across many boundaries in the world with different models, policies, and purposes. This data is usually analyzed or stored on edge or gateway devices, which have limited capabilities and are vulnerable to sophisticated attacks. Recent cyberattacks dangerously target a broad array of computing systems, varying from data centers and personal machines to mobile devices and industrial control systems. There is a growing need for new methodologies, tools, and techniques, capable of extracting, preserving, and analyzing different evidence trails in various networked systems and services. Additionally, there is also a growing need for research into new systems that are capable of analyzing network traffic, netflows, and systems logs. Satisfying these demands will aid in reconstructing the timeline of the cyber-crime/attack under investigation and possibly, the identification of the potential actor(s). Cyber forensics and threat investigations have rapidly emerged as a new research field to provide the key elements for maintaining security, reliability, and trustworthiness of the next generation of emerging technologies. Moreover, new frameworks are required to collect and preserve potential evidential data in suitable and timely manners as well. To guarantee proper cyber-defenses and strategies against the expanding  landscape of criminal activities as well as rapidly advancing emerging technologies.

The workshop is held in conjunction with the IEEE CSR 2024 conference as a , during September 2–4, 2024.

Paper submission deadline: May 3,  2024 AoE

Authors’ notification: June 5, 2024 AoE
Camera-ready submission: June 14, 2024, AoE
Early registration deadline:  July 20, 2024 AoE
Conference dates: September 2-4, 2024

Prospective authors are encouraged to submit previously unpublished
contributions from a broad range of topics, which include but are not limited to the following:

›  Forensics and threat investigations in P2P, cloud/edge, SDN/NFV, VPN, social nets
›  Forensics and threat investigations in IoT, smart tech (car, home, city), e/m-health
›  Forensics and visualization of big data
›  Tools and services for cyber forensics and threat investigations
›  Attack detection, traceback, attribution in emerging technologies
›  Malware analysis and attribution
›  Methods for reconstruction of digital evidence in emerging technologies
›  Security and privacy in P2P, cloud/edge, SDN/NFV, VPN, social nets
›  Security and privacy in IoT, smart tech, (car, home, city)
›  Open source intelligence (OSINT)
›  Dark web Investigations
›  Digital evidence extraction/analysis using AI/ML and data mining
›  Data exfiltration from networked devices/services (e.g. cyber-physical systems, IoT)
›  Large-scale investigations and ML for the analysis of intelligence data sets and logs

Submissions that evaluate existing research results, by reproducing experiments, are welcomed.
The CSR CFATI workshop will accept high-quality research papers presenting strong theoretical
contributions, applied research and innovation results obtained from funded cyber-security and resilience projects, and industrial papers that promote contributions on technology development and contemporary implementations.

Submitted manuscripts should not exceed 6 pages (plus 2 extra pages, being subject to overlength
page charges) and should be of sufficient detail to be evaluated by expert reviewers in the field.
Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore’s
scope and quality requirements.

Detailed information about paper submission and guidelines for
authors can be found at the workshop’s website

Contact us:

Ahmed Elmesiry (UK)



exchange programme
for students and scientists as part of bilateral cooperation
(offer for outcoming students and scientists)


The aim of the Programme is to deepen international academic cooperation through the arrival of students, doctoral students, academic teachers and scientists to Polish higher education and science institutions, on the basis of international agreements concluded between Poland and the partner countries indicated in the announcement. Moreover, the stays will allow for improving the competences of participating representatives of the academic community.

The programme is implemented in cooperation with institutions from countries covered by the agreements, hereinafter referred to as partner institutions.

Thematic scope of activities implemented under the Programme

Visits are eligible under the Program for the following purposes:

  • completing full or partial studies at universities supervised by the Minister of Science and Higher Education;
  • education at a doctoral school;
  • scientific stay, e.g.: scientific internship, study visits, obtaining materials for scientific work, conducting teaching classes at the host center, other forms of scientific or academic activity related to the implementation of studies, doctoral thesis or scientific work.

Deadline for submission of applications

Applicants shall register (submit their applications) in the Agency's ICT System by the date indicated in the message from the Agency, sent by email,

but no later than September 30, 2024.

Form of application submission

Only in electronic form in the Agency's ICT System.

Coordinator at the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange

Department of Programmes for Students

Bilateral Programmes Unit

For additional information, please contact (working days, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.):


telephone number:

+48 451 058 639

+48 451 058 635


Slovakia grants

to support mobility

New call for applications for scholarships for study stays, research, artistic residencies and guest lectures in the academic year 2024/2025 !

Deadline for applications: 30 April 2024 at 16:00 CET.

Applications for scholarships can be submitted online via: or    

The National Scholarship Programme of the Slovak Republic aims to support the mobility of foreign students, doctoral students, academics, researchers and artists by encouraging them to stay at universities and research units in Slovakia.    

Detailed information on the programme is available on the official programme website or    

The next application deadline is: 31 October 2024 and will apply for stays carried out in the summer semester of the academic year 2024/2025.

[Offer sent by Prof. Anna Jurkowska-Zeidler]



Call for Papers for the 2024 ELI Young Lawyers Award

For the eighth year, the European Law Institute seeks to give voice to young lawyers through its Young Lawyers Award competition.

The ELI Young Lawyers Award was established in 2016 with the goal of giving the young European legal community a means of making valuable suggestions for the development of European law while fulfilling ELI’s core mission of improving the quality of law in Europe.

Interested young lawyers are invited to submit their papers by 30 April 2024.

Candidates stand the chance to win six prizes: 

  • Extract of paper published in the ELI Newsletter and on ELI’s website
  • Best efforts to get the paper published in UNIDROIT’s Uniform Law Review, an Oxford University Press Journal
  • Presentation of the paper at the ELI Annual Conference (costs up to EUR 750 covered)
  • EUR 750 cash
  • 5-year ELI membership
  • Up to 3 months paid internship at a law firm affiliated with Interleges

For entry requirements, please consult the following page.


Fernand Braudel Senior Fellowships


Fernand Braudel Senior Fellowships provide a framework for established academics with an international reputation to pursue their research at the EUI.

Fellowships last for up to ten months in one of the EUI's four Departments which in turn invite fellows to participate in departmental activities (seminars, workshops, colloquia, etc.).

Fellows, while in residence at the EUI, are encouraged to make contact with researchers sharing their academic interests, may be involved in the teaching and thesis supervision tasks of EUI professors, and associated with one of the research projects being carried out at the EUI.

There are two deadlines for applications in 2024: 3 April 2024 and/or 30 September 2024

  • Department of Law: considers applications only for the deadline 3 April 2024 for fellowships during the following academic year (within the period from 1 September 2024 to 30 June 2025). While longer stays are welcomed, the department is only able to provide funding of one or two months to some of the successful applicants, but provides office space and full library privileges for the entire duration of stay.

More information: Fernand Braudel Senior Fellowships • European University Institute (





"International Journal on Consumer Law and Practice" (IJCLP) [Vol XII, 2024]
indexed in SCOPUS and HEIN ONLINE


- Empowering Consumers through clean energy transitions
- Protect Consumers in Food crisis now and in future
- Consumer Journeys in digital finance with Mobile Money
- Consumer voices in the G20
- Consumer Protection Combating Greenwashing
- Electronic Enforcement of Consumer Law
- Durability and right to repair: A Consumer Right
- Digital Future: Building trusted E-Commerce & Generative AI


The themes listed above are merely indicative and not exhaustive. The Journal highly appreciates submission on any contemporary issues in the field of Consumer Protection and its legal interactions.

The submissions for the journal are accepted on a rolling basis round the year.
However the last date for submission of the paper for Vol. XII, 2024, is 31st March 2024.

Submission Guidelines:
Word limit: Articles including abstract (6,000-8,000 words inclusive of footnotes). Case Comment, Legislative Briefs (2,500-3,000 words inclusive of footnotes). Book Review (2,000 words inclusive of footnotes).

How to Submit?
Only electronic submissions are accepted. Kindly submit your submission on this Submission Form along with the covering letter, and resume on or before 31st March 2024 for it to be considered for volume XII.

Please feel free to contact us at for any queries.


KiTE – Kiel Training for Excellence


Christian-Albrecht University in Kiel, in cooperation with the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) program, invites you to participate in KiTE - Kiel Training for Excellence. KiTE is a development improvement program for scientists from around the world who are interested in conducting independent, interdisciplinary research related to one of the four priority research areas at the University of Kiel.

Conditions for submitting applications:

Applicants may be postdoctoral researchers of any nationality who have no more than 4 years of research experience since completing their PhD and meet the MSCA mobility principle.

Deadline for registration: March 31, 2024

More details at:

[Offer sent by Prof. Anna Jurkowska-Zeidler]

Laura Bassi


The Laura Bassi Scholarship was established in 2018 by Editing Press.
The scholarship was established to provide editorial assistance to postgraduate students and young researchers whose research focuses on important and somewhat "neglected" topics of study within their disciplines. The scholarships are open to any discipline and are awarded three times a year: in April, August and December.

The deadline for submitting applications in the next edition is March 24, 2024.
More information about this initiative and the extraordinary figure of Laura Bassi, answers to frequently asked questions, a list of program winners from previous years - can be found on the website:



Journal of International Law and Comity (JILC)

Volume 4 : Number 2

Journal of International Law and Comity (JILC) is the flagship journal of the Centre for Peace, Justice and International Law (Weera Centre). It is a double peer-reviewed, open-access, biannual journal premised on the principle that scholarship should be generated on high ideals of positive change in public international law.

With advisors steering us from across the globe, we invite submissions for our forthcoming Issue 4:2 scheduled for publication in May 2024. Contributions that engage with pressing questions of human rights, environment, disarmament, peace, justice, and equity in international law are particularly welcome. Authors can explore any area or aspect of international law, provided it has a significant human or non-human impact. Those who do not come from a law background but intend to write on something ancillary to international law are also encouraged to contribute after getting in touch with the editor through email and sharing broad outlines of the proposal.

General Guidelines:


  1. Article (5000-8000 words including footnotes)
  2. Case Comment (3500-4000 words including footnotes)
  3. Book Review (850-1200 words, footnotes only where necessary)

All manuscripts must be original and unpublished.

Co-authorship is allowed.

After the first publication in JILC, permission must be obtained for any subsequent publication.

Broad pre-editing format:

  1. Heading: Times New Roman | Font Size 14 | Roman Numbering
  2. Text: Times New Roman | Font Size 12 | Line Spacing 1.5

Citation style: The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th Edition). Authors are strongly suggested to go through past issues and follow the editorial format.

Correspondence: Editor, Journal of International Law and Comity; E-mail-

Last Date for Submission:

10 March 2024

Kolegji AAB

"Global Minds, Infinite Horizons: Celebrating Partnerships in Higher Education Worldwide"


13th–17th MAY, 2024


It is with great pleasure that we extend an invitation to our colleagues and partners from the region and beyond to participate in the International Week at AAB College in Prishtina, Kosovo. The event will take place from 13th to 17th May 2024.

We are excited to bring together academic professionals and experts from diverse backgrounds to engage in a week of intellectual exchange, cultural enrichment, and social interactions.

The International Week will look forward to featuring a series of lectures/workshops that are tobe conducted by distinguished colleagues from partner universities, covering a wide range of subjects and disciplines. These sessions aim to foster knowledge sharing, collaboration, and the exploration of new ideas. 

In addition to the academic program, we will enjoy various cultural and social activities to provide you with the opportunity to experience the rich cultural heritage of Kosovo and foster international friendships. These activities will include cultural performances, city and country tours, and social events to create a vibrant and inclusive atmosphere.

We believe that your presence at the International Week will greatly contribute to the success of the event and enhance the overall experience for all of you. We look forward to welcoming you and your delegation to AAB College and Prishtina for this enriching and collaborative endeavor.

To facilitate your participation, kindly find attached the registration form that includes essential details for your convenience. 

The registration deadline is 10 March 2024

• Registration form:

• The language of the event is English.

• Participation in the event is free of charge but other travel and living costs need to be covered by participants themselves. If you are eligible for Erasmus+ funding, please contact International Offices at your home institutions.

Should you have any inquiries or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact meat:

The staff at AAB College is looking forward to seeing you in Kosovo!


being sea-eu

International Conference Being SEA-EU

Dear Scientists and Students,

On behalf of the SEA-EU partner universities, we encourage you to participate in the international conference 'Being SEA-EU', the first edition will be held at the University of Malta on June 10-12, 2024. Abstracts for the event can be submitted until February 23rd this year, and the authors of the best proposals will receive funding for full-time participation in the conference.

The event will be an excellent opportunity to present research achievements and exchange experiences among the communities of 9 universities in the SEA-EU alliance of European universities. Students and scientists from Gdańsk, Cadiz, Brest, Kiel, Split, Malta, Algarve, Naples and Bodø will share their accomplishments. The conference aims to present research results, promote European values ​​and sustainable development included in the SEA-EU missions.

You can submit abstracts in one in one of four categories:

  • technology, engineering, mathematics, medicine/health sciences,
  • art, humanities and social sciences (economics, sociology, anthropology, etc.),
  • migration and human rights,
  • interdisciplinary category.

The organizers planned to present the topics in form of a paper (stationary/online) and a poster session. The Conference Scientific Committee will assess all applications. The SEA-EU project will finance trips and presentations by the authors of the best abstracts.

The deadline for submitting applications is February 23rd, 2024 March 1st, 2024 [EXTENDED CALL FOR ABSTRACT]

You can find a detailed description of the event and conditions of participation at

Join us and share your passion for learning!




The 2024
Law and Finance of Private Equity and Venture Capital

The DFG LawFin Center at Goethe University in Frankfurt, the LSE Law School, the Faculty of Law of the University of Oxford, and the Institute for Law & Economics at the University of Pennsylvania are pleased to announce the convening of ‘The Law and Finance of Private Equity and Venture Capital’ conference on June 12-13, 2024, at Penn Carey Law School in Philadelphia.

Conference organizers seek to attract research of the highest scholarly quality in the fields of law and finance related to private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC), broadly defined, to be presented at the Conference. We invite researchers to submit either
(1) a working paper that will not yet be published at the time of the Conference, or
(2) an earlier-stage research project in the form of an extended abstract, via email to with the subject ‘2024 Conference Submission’ by February 29, 2024.

Those who hold a full-time academic appointment but have not yet received tenure as of the submission are especially encouraged to submit. The organizers will select papers and assign each of them one or more discussants chosen from among distinguished practitioners, industry representatives, policymakers, finance scholars, economists, and legal scholars.

There will also be ample time for a general discussion of each paper among conference participants. Authors of accepted submissions will receive a notification by March 29, 2024, and will have until April 5, 2024 to confirm their participation.

Further information can be found on the ECGI website here.

The conference organizers are Luca Enriques (Oxford and ECGI), Jill E Fisch (Penn Carey Law and ECGI), Suren Gomtsyan (LSE Law School), Geneviève Helleringer (Essec Business School Paris, University of Oxford, and ECGI), Casimiro A Nigro (LawFin, Goethe University Frankfurt), Elizabeth Pollman (Penn Carey Law, University of Pennsylvania and ECGI), Tobias H Tröger (LawFin, Goethe University Frankfurt, SAFE and ECGI), and Simon Witney (LSE Law School).


Split Law Faculty


The Faculty of Law, University of Split (CROATIA) has the honour to announce the Call for Abstracts for the “International Doctoral and Postdoctoral Conference in the Law and Law Related Fields – SPLITLAW 2024”, which will be held on 10 May 2024 as a hybrid event: on-site (in-person) participation (Faculty of Law, University of Split, Domovinskog rata 8, 21 000 Split, Croatia); and online participation (via MS Teams).

The conference topics will be focused, but not limited, to legal aspects of economic and social development and the challenges of the modern world. We invite You to submit abstracts on the following or related topics: 

- Legal consideration of economic contexts and application of legal solutions in practise; 
- Improvement of theoretical and practical legal problem areas; 
- Challenges of globalisation and Europeanisation of national law; 
- Public and Private Law crossing paths in the EU; 
- Challenges in maintaining democracy and the rule of law in the EU; 
- European approach to digital transformation, digital economy and society - benefits and potential risks of AI technology; 
- Challenges and the future of social policy in the EU; 
- Cross-border labour mobility as the foundation of the EU market; 
- Effective protection of the EU's external borders – prospects and new challenges; 
- Cross-border electronic data exchange in the area of judicial co-operation in civil and criminal matters; 
- Monitoring of traders and legal protection of consumers; 
- Confidence in the judiciary – independence and efficiency of the conduct of judicial proceedings in the context of economic crime; 
- Legal certainty and efficiency of public administration - improvement of the investment environment; 
- Legal and economic aspects of corporate governance - European companies as a stimulating business environment in the EU; 
- Legal and regulatory challenges and barriers to smart, sustainable and inclusive growth and enterprise; 
- Corporate governance, financing and auditing. 

The official language of the conference is English.

The Invitation Letter is in the Attachment of this mail.

The Application form should be completed via the following link:


An abstract (up to 500 words with no more than 5 keywords) should be submitted with the application form. 
The author of the abstract/paper can only be a PhD student/PostDoc researcher in law or law related fields. 
One author can submit a maximum of one (1) abstract. 
It is not possible to submit/publish an abstract/paper in co-authorship. 
Accepted abstracts will be published in the printed version of the Book of Abstracts. 



22 February 2024 - Deadline for completing the application form and submitting the abstract

29 February 2024 - Notification of acceptance of the abstract

7 March 2024 - Deadline for registering to participate in the conference on-site/online

14 March 2024 - Deadline for paying the conference fee

4 April 2024 - Deadline for submitting the full paper

10 May 2024 - Conference date

For any questions or further information about the conference you can send an e-mail to:


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