Category Archives: Immigration Law

Forced Migration Review

CFP: Forced Migration Review 70

The Forced Migration Review invites submissions for its Issue 70. It will focus on how knowledge is produced, shared and received, and what changes can and should be made to…

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CFP: Forced Migration Review

The Forced Migration Review is seeking submissions for its 69th issue. The issue will include a major feature on “Climate crisis and displacement: from commitment to action.” The deadline for…

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CFP: Forced Migration Review 68 – Externalisation

The Forced Migration Review invites submissions for its 68th issue. The issue will include a major feature on Externalisation. The deadline for article submissions is June 7, 2021. For additional…

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CFP: Non-signatory States and the International Refugee Regime – Forced Migration Review

The Forced Migration Review Issue 67 to be published in June/July of 2021 will include a mini-feature on Non-signatory States and the international refugee regime. The deadline for submission is…

Post-Doc Fellowship: Migration & Humanities – Cambridge, MA

The Mahindra Humanities Center at Harvard invites applications for one-year (2021-2022) postdoctoral fellowships in connection with the Center’s Andrew W. Mellon Foundation seminar on the topic of migration and the…

Association of American Law Schools (AALS)

CFP: AALS 2021 Section on Immigration Law – San Francisco, CA

The Immigration Law Section of the AALS invites papers and works in progress for its New Voices in Immigration Law session to be held during the AALS 2021 Annual Meeting. Submissions are due August 15, 2020….

CFP: Nova Law Review Florida Book

Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law and the Nova Law Review seek submissions for Volume 45 of the Florida Book. The Florida Book covers legal and policy developments…

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CFP: Forced Migration Review “Recognizing Refugees”

The Forced Migration Review Issue 65 to be published in October 2020 will include a major feature on Recognizing Refugees. The deadline for submission of articles is Monday, June 15,…

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CFP & Conf.: Comics, Migration, Minorities – Finland

The Comics and Migration project issues a call for proposals for the conference Comics, Migration, Minorities hosted at the University of Turku in Finland on June 3-5, 2020. Details for…

Stanford Law School

CFP & Conf.: International Law and Law & Society – Stanford, CA

Stanford Law, the Stanford Program in International Legal Studies (SPILS), Stanford Program in Law and Society and Queen’s University Faculty of Law is hosting a symposium on ‘Borders: Laws of…