100 Years of Research in Comparative Public Law and International Law
Call for Focus Sections and Papers
In 2024, the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg (MPIL), will celebrate its 100th anniversary. Over the years, the Institute’s research has tackled foundational issues of public international law, European Union law as well as comparative public law and at times has shaped the debate. As the first centenary comes to a close, we take a critical look back at the past, yet we also want to look forward by exploring topics, challenges, and methods for the next century.
The ZaöRV invites proposals for focus sections or papers which address new topics, challenges, methods, and approaches for research in public international law, European Union law, or comparative public law.
All proposals for papers and focus sections can be submitted to email@example.com. Proposals should include a short description of the topic and possible contributions (maximum of 1,000 words). More information can be found here: https://www.mpil.de/files/pdf6/call-for-papers.pdf.