From the ASIL's International Economic Law Interest Group:
"The ASIL's International Economic Law Interest Group will hold its biennial conference in Washington this year just after the U.S. Presidential election, on the timely theme of "The Politics of International Economic Law: The Next Four Years." The conference committee has just issued its Call for Papers here. Paper proposals are due by July 20. The Call supplies a wide range of suggested topics, but it is open for "politics-of" topics in any area of international economic law, not just trade.
The conference will take place at George Washington University Law School in downtown Washington, on Friday and Saturday November 14-15, in a month when new vistas will open, no matter which candidate wins."