Post date: 06/13/19 | Abstract Deadline: 07/15/19 | Event Date: 09/26/19 to 09/28/19

Location: Austin, TX

Mass incarceration and overcriminalization in the United States are subject to critique by some on both the right and the left today. Many critics increasingly talk of prison abolition. At the same time, the international human rights movement continues to rely upon criminal punishment as its primary enforcement tool for many violations, even as it criticizes harsh prison conditions, the use of the death penalty, and lack of due process in criminal proceedings.


Post date: 06/13/19 | Abstract Deadline: 07/12/19 | Event Date: 12/12/19 to 12/13/19

Location: University of Würzburg

Value talk abounds. Economists express concern that the economy is characterized increasingly by value extraction not value production (Mazzucato 2018); politicians worry that “illiberal democracies” erode the value base of our political communities; international institutions aiming at responsible production and consumption (SDG 12) put forward proposals on “redefining value” to make headway towards the circular economy (IRP 2018).


Post date: 06/13/19 | Abstract Deadline: 06/30/19 | Event Date: 11/21/19 to 11/22/19

Location: Cleveland, OH

The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and the Office of Financial Research invite the submission of research and policy-oriented papers for the 2019 Financial Stability Conference to be held November 21–22, 2019, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.


Post date: 05/6/19 | Abstract Deadline: 05/24/19 | Event Date: 09/6/19

Location: Chicago

Call for Papers

Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s nationally acclaimed Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy is pleased to invite original research submissions for the annual Wiet Life Science Law Scholars Workshop on Friday, September 6, 2019.


Post date: 05/6/19 | Abstract Deadline: 06/28/19 | Event Date: 09/27/19

Location: Chicago

The Northern Illinois University College of Law will host the Second Annual Chicagoland Junior Scholars Conference at Loyola University Chicago School of Law on Friday, September 27, 2019.


Post date: 04/20/19 | Abstract Deadline: 07/1/19 | Event Date: 10/11/19

Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL

Call for Papers

2019 Symposium - First do no harm: a patient-driven approach to navigating the health law, intellectual property, and technology maze


Post date: 04/20/19 | Abstract Deadline: 06/15/19 | Event Date: 11/15/19

Location: Chicago, IL

Call for Proposals
Loyola University Chicago's 13th Annual Symposium on Health Law and Policy

15 Nov 2019, Philip H. Corboy Law Center, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 25 E. Pearson Street, Chicago

Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy
Thirteenth Annual Symposium on Health Law and Policy
Addressing the Health Care Needs of Justice-Involved Populations


Post date: 04/11/19 | Abstract Deadline: 06/10/19 | Event Date: 09/20/19 to 09/21/19

Location: Hamburg, Germany

The 3rd Hamburg Young Scholars’ Workshop in International Law will be held from 20 – 21 September 2019, bringing together promising doctoral students and postdocs with a background in international law and neighboring disciplines. During the workshop, research projects in international law (e.g. a chapter of a dissertation, a draft of an article, case comments etc.) will be discussed among peers. All participants ought to exchange ideas and arguments to inspire each other and advance with their research.


Post date: 04/11/19 | Abstract Deadline: 06/21/19 | Event Date: 11/15/19 to 11/16/19

Location: Claremont, California

Spearheaded by CELS 2019 co-presidents David Bjerk, Eric Helland, and Dan Krauss, Claremont McKenna College and the Society for Empirical Legal Studies (SELS) are pleased to announce the 14th Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (CELS) on November 15-16, 2019, in Claremont, California.


Post date: 04/2/19 | Abstract Deadline: 04/10/19 | Event Date: 09/20/19

Location: Arkron, Ohio

The Center for Constitutional Law seeks proposals from those interested in presenting papers at its upcoming interdisciplinary conference, The 19th Amendment at 100: From the Vote to Gender Equality.  Committed presenters to date include:  Prof. Jamie Abrams (Louisville Law), Prof. Richard Chused (NY Law), Prof. Ann Gordon (Rutgers, History), Prof. Kimberly Hamlin (Miami U, History), Prof. Jill Hasday (Minnesota Law), Prof. Paula Monopoli (Maryland Law), Prof. Mae Quinn (Florida Law), Prof. Reva Siegel (Yale Law), and Prof.

Pages