Intercollegiate Negotiation Competition 2015 (Tokyo) - Call for applications
ANJeL is seeking applications from students by 31 July for a combined 'Team Australia' to compete in the INC negotiation and arbitration moot in Tokyo over 21-22 November.
See this year's Call for Applications document for more details.
Book discount for ANJeL Members: Edward Elgar is offering a 50% discount to ANJeL members who purchase the book Who Rules Japan: Popular Participation in the Japanese Legal Process, edited by ANJeL co-directors Leon Wolff (Bond University) and Luke Nottage (University of Sydney) and ANJeL advisor Kent Anderson (University of Western Australia). For more information, please see the discount flyer. This offer is available until 31 July 2015.
Bond University Conference: ANJeL is cosponsoringa conference at Bond Universityentitled “Global Order and Disorder: Governanceand Regulation in the 21st Century”. The hostorganisation is the Transnational, Internationaland Comparative Law and Policy Network (TICLP)and the conference is to be held over 7-8 August 2015. https://ticlpnetwork.wordpress.com and https://www.facebook.com/TICLPNetwork.
Waseda University Conference: The 4th East Asian Law & Society Conference is will hold a conference entitled “The Role of Law in Bridging Chasms In and Among Asian Societies”. The conference will be held 4-6 August 2015 at Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan. Please register to attend. See the bilingual information page at: http://www.sota.j.utokyo.ac.jp/EALS2015/EALS2015HP.html.
Save the date: ANJeL is planning to support a conference entitled “Wounds, Scars, and Healing: Civil Society and Postwar Pacific Basin Reconciliation”, commemorating the 70th anniversary since the end of the war. The conference will be held at the University of Sydney over 30 September - 2 October 2015. The conference will also involve the performance of a noh drama written by USydney Emeritus Professor Allan Marett. Keep the date in your diaries and see the conference information page for further information.
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