Society of International Economic Law

Society of International Economic LawSociety of International Economic Law.

SIEL is a membership organization for academics and academically-minded practitioners and officials in international economic law, in all parts of the world. It promotes and facilitates co-ordination, collaboration, networking and debate between IEL scholars and practitioners and national and regional IEL organizations around the world. SIEL is academically focused, global in reach and outlook, inclusive in its membership and in the expertise and interests of our members.

SIEL 2020 Milan Global Conference Postponed.

The Seventh Biennial Global Conference of the Society of International Economic Law (SIEL) is postponed.

2020 UNCTAD-SIEL Award Winner.

Congratulations to Dominic Npoanlari Dagbanja on winning the 2020 UNCTAD-SIEL award for his essay entitled ‘The intersection.

Online academic conference by the Law Schools Global League: Re-thinking, Re-packaging and Rescuing World Trade Law, 17 July 2020 (program and registration link)

The annual academic conference of the Law Schools’ Global League is going to be held online.

Latest Publications.

Recent publications & the SIEL Newsletter.

Our Next Conference.

SIEL 2020 Milan Global Conference Postponed.

Becoming a SIEL member.

Become a SIEL member and join the community.

“SIEL membership equips me both with the latest information and an excellent platform to connect with academically-minded global peers in the realm of international economic law. I have greatly benefited from attending SIEL conferences which always exhibit the most significant themes in the field. ”

“Being a member of SIEL has provided me with opportunities to meet, discuss with and learn from legal scholars and practitioners from all around the globe about International Economic Law. SIEL is truly a global organisation that creates a multidisciplinary epistemic community.”

“SIEL commitment, and that of its officers, to fostering the study of international economic law and offering an inclusive environment in which also the younger generation of academics and practitioners are given a voice, make SIEL an indispensable resource for anyone invested in this field of international law.”