Welcome to SAIELN

South Asia International Economic Law Network (SAIELN) is a collaborative network of academics, practitioners and officials interested in the field of International Economic Law. SAIELN is committed to providing a platform for its members to articulate their views, brainstorm their ideas, and importantly, to nurture and develop the field of international economic law especially in the South Asia region. SAIELN’s focus is to create an environment conducive to the exchange of ideas and the promotion of scholarship in this field. At the same time, SAILEN is global in its outlook and reach, and inclusive in its membership and activities. Scholars from any part of the world are welcome to join us and contribute to our activities. SAILEN also seeks to build on and expand the activities of Society of International Law (SIEL) in promoting and enriching International Economic Law.


Past Events

Prof. Leïla Choukroune and Prof. James J. Nedumpara to launch a new textbook on International Economic Law

MAY 11, 2021

On Tuesday 11 May 2021 at 2pm BST, Professor Leïla Choukroune and Professor James J. Nedumpara launched a new textbook published by Cambridge University Press entitled International Economic Law: Text, Cases and Materials. The authors presented and discussed the contents of their book as part of a virtual launch event.


The Future of Trade Dispute Settlement: WTO Panels and The New Plurilateralism

JANUARY 13, 2020

Panel Discussion and Talk on "The Future of Trade Dispute Settlement: WTO Panels and The New Plurilateralism" by Professor Markus Wagner


Launch of the Special Issue of the Manchester Journal of the International Economic Law

NOVEMBER 25, 2019

The Journal was released by Dr. Manoj Pant, Director, IIFT, New Delhi. The launch included informative presentations by some of the contributors to the issue, namely, Dr. James J Nedumpara, Dr. Sai Ramani Garimella, and Prof. Leila Choukroune.


Discussion Session on ‘Paradise Lost or Found? – The Post WTO International Legal Order (Utopian and Dystopian Possibilities)’

SEPTEMBER 06, 2019

Keynote address by Prof. Picker, who shared insights from these workshops, the methodology of the studies, and some possibilities that were debated in them.