1. Trade Facilitation & the WTO, NLU Odisha:
Center for International Trade Law of National Law University Odisha (India) proposes to bring out an edited book comprising of papers reflecting the views of different authors on the issue of trade facilitation under WTO. The papers may critique the Agreement on Trade Facilitation or any aspect of the same or highlight developments / problems in various jurisdictions on the issue.
The book would be edited by Prof Jane Winn and Prof. Sheela Rai. Prof Jane Winn is a Professor of Law at the University of Washington School of Law, Seattle, Washington since 2002. She is a leading international authority on electronic commerce law as well as regulatory governance issues arising from technology innovation in global markets.
Prof. Sheela Rai is a Professor of Law at National Law University Odisha. Apart from papers in leading national and international journals she has authored three books; Recognition and Regulation of Antidumping Measures Under GATT/WTO(Eastern Book Company, 2004).
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3. Call for Papers on Cultural Heritage (and Trade and Investment)
The Scientific Committee of the international Conference ‘UNESCO World Heritage Between Education and Economy – A Legal Analysis’ is calling for paper proposals on the following topics:
I) Cultural Heritage and its Meaning;
II) Cultural Heritage & Investment Law;
III) Cultural Heritage and World Trade Law;
IV) Education & Tourism.
The international Conference will be held in Ravenna, on October 27-28, 2016.
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The full call of papers is available at: https://www.transnational-dispute-management.com/news/20161027.pdf
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