CCIL Annual Conference

By September 29, 2018Upcoming Events

This year, the Canadian Partnership for International Justice (CPIJ) will provide funding for students to attend the 47th Annual Conference of the Canadian Council on International Law (CCIL). The event, themed “International Law at the Boundaries“, will take place on November 1st and 2nd in Ottawa.

The CCIL seeks to encourage the study of international law and to broaden relations and dialogues between international lawyers, scholars, individuals and organizations across Canada and around the world. To accomplish these objectives, the CCIL notably organizes international law events including its signature Annual Conference, to which CPIJ experts usually participate.

Selected students will have their registration to the conference fully covered. Following their attendance to the event, they are expected to write a 1000-1500 word blogpost  to be published on one of the following platforms chosen by the student: Quid Justitiæ, IntLawGrrlsJustice in Conflict or the Philip Kirsch Institute Global Justice Journal. The post should follow the formatting rules specific to the chosen platform.


  • Applicants should be undergraduate, graduate or postgraduate students in a relevant field of study;
  • Availability to attend the conference;
  • Availability to write a blogpost following the event.

Evaluation criteria

  • Link between the CCIL conference and the field of study, the professional goals and the other academic/scientific activities of the applicant;
  • Link between the applicant and a team member/clinic involved in the Canadian Partnership for International Justice.
  • General appreciation of the application.

How to apply

Your application must include your resume and relevant transcripts. Upload your application and fill in the application form below before October 14th to apply. The applicant registers himself or herself to the Conference, and the fees will be reimbursed by CPIJ if his or her application is retained.


For further information, write to:

Érick Sullivan

Coordinator of the Canadian Partnership for International Justice

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