Post date: 05/30/17 | Abstract Deadline: 06/30/17 | Event Date: 10/5/17 to 10/6/17

Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL

Entrepreneurship 2.0: Legal, Regulatory, and Economic Challenges to the Innovation Economy
2017 Nova Law Review Symposium
Oct. 6, 2017 (with a reception on the evening of Oct. 5, 2017)
Nova Southeastern University
Shepard Broad College of Law
3305 College Ave.
Leo Goodwin Sr. Hall, 120B
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314

The conference topic overlaps with IP, Privacy, Tech. Health Law, Labor, and many other areas. Please share with your colleagues as well.

Post date: 05/26/17 | Abstract Deadline: 06/15/17 | Event Date: 09/6/17

Location: Naples


Global Commons and Values in Oceans: What should be the role of the New Implementing Agreement under UNCLOS?

Post date: 05/22/17 | Abstract Deadline: 06/15/17 | Event Date: 09/23/17

Location: Seoul


Post date: 05/19/17 | Abstract Deadline: 05/24/17 | Event Date: 01/3/18

Location: San Diego, California

The Associate Deans section of the AALS is seeking papers, proposals, and suggestions for speakers to participate in a session at the 2018 AALS Annual meeting that will focus on multiple issues involved with Distance Education in Law Schools.  ABA Standard 306 addresses this issue and provides general guidance on distance education.  As deans and faculty grapple with issues regarding distance education, we invite papers, proposals, and suggestions for speakers regarding the issues below and other issues related to this topic.  Some of the issues include:

Post date: 05/15/17 | Abstract Deadline: 05/15/17 | Event Date: 05/15/17

Location: Lancashire, England

The topic of human rights and conflict transformation is not a new one. However, increasingly attention is being given to the lack of consideration of economic, social and cultural rights within peacebuilding. This one day knowledge exchange symposium to be held at Lancaster University Law School in Lancaster, UK on Wednesday 5th July 2017, is the second event of a collaborative project between the Quaker UN Office (QUNO), Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) and Dr Amanda Cahill-Ripley of Lancaster University Law School.

Post date: 05/15/17 | Abstract Deadline: 06/26/17 | Event Date: 10/27/17 to 10/28/17

Location: St. Louis, MO

The American Society of International Law calls for submissions of scholarly paper proposals for the ASIL Research Forum to be held during the ASIL Midyear Meeting in St. Louis, Missouri at Washington University School of Law.

The Research Forum, a Society initiative introduced in 2011, aims to provide a setting for the presentation and focused discussion of works-in-progress. All ASIL members are invited to attend the Forum, whether presenting a paper or not.

Post date: 05/15/17 | Abstract Deadline: 06/1/17 | Event Date: 09/28/17 to 09/29/17

Location: Aarhus, Denmark

It is my pleasure to send you this invitation and call for papers for a conference titled ‘Law in transition - Interacting legal orders and changing actors' arranged by the INTRAlaw (INternational and TRAnsnational tendencies in LAW) Research Centre - read more about the Centre here:

The conference will take place in Aarhus, Denmark on September 28 and 29, 2017.

Post date: 05/15/17 | Abstract Deadline: 05/15/17 | Event Date: 05/15/17

Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

he Program Committee for the 18th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute invites proposals beginning today and through Monday, June 12, 2017.  

Post date: 05/15/17 | Abstract Deadline: 07/1/17 | Event Date: 11/13/17 to 11/14/17

Location: Bologna, Italy

Paper proposals are invited for the Third Annual Illinois-Bologna conference on Constitutional History: Comparative Perspectives.

The conference will be held in Bologna, Italy, on November 13 and 14, 2017.

The conference keynote speaker will be Giuliano Amato, Judge of the Constitutional Court of Italy, former Prime Minister of Italy, and Professor Emeritus of the European University Institute and the University La Sapienza. 

Post date: 05/5/17 | Abstract Deadline: 06/1/17 | Event Date: 11/10/17 to 11/11/17

Location: New Orleans

Ten years ago, a group of scholar-activists organized a series of conversations about law and economicclass. Building on “outsider” jurisprudence that has moved inequalities of race, gender, and sexuality from the margins to the center of law, the group proposed a jurisprudence of economic inequality. To foreground economic justice, the group sought to critique mainstream law and economics and to focus on the lives of poor and working class people.