Monthly Archives: July 2019

Photos from the Luzern world congress

Some photos from the IVR congress in Luzern is available from the congress website http: //ivr2019.org/photos. Advertisements

IVR/AMINTAPHIL Book Prize 2019

In 2018, the IVR and AMINTAPHIL established a Book Award in Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR Book Prize), to be awarded bi-annually at the IVR World Congress for work published in the preceding two years. The first prize is awarded to Brian Z. Tamanaha for his book A Realistic Theory of Law (Cambridge University Press, […]

IVR Young Scholar Prize 2019

The IVR Young Scholar Prize for 2019 has been awarded to Eilidh Beaton for her essay entitled “Replacing the Persecution Condition for Refugeehood”. Professor Pierluigi Chiassoni (Università di Genoa), chairperson of the jury, commented on Eilidh Beaton’s contribution as follows: The age we live is – still, shamefully, and increasingly – an age of massive […]

Kelsen research

The Hans Kelsen Research Group (Hans-Kelsen-Forschungsstelle) announces its call for papers for its Junior Scholars’ Workshop on the Pure Theory of Law to be held in Feldberg-Falkau (near Freiburg i.B., Germany), 17–19 February 2020. The Hans Kelsen Research Group also announces its invitation to apply for up to three Kelsen Junior Guest Research Fellowships at […]

IVR section meeting etc. at the Luzern congress

In addition to the program for all participants published at the congress website, the following meetings are scheduled to take place for heads of IVR sections. Meeting of heads of IVR sections Tuesday 9 July, 12:30–13:30 This meeting is open to all heads of IVR sections. Representatives are kindly requested to check that the information […]

UK IVR-section: Updated information

The members of the IVR’s UK section are as follows: President – Dr Antony Hatzistavrou, University of Hull Secretary – Professor Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco, University of Surrey Treasurer – Dr Noam Gur, Queen Mary University of London Please also see the UK section’s page.