Post date: 10/9/20 | Abstract Deadline: 11/1/20 | Event Date: 06/10/21 to 06/12/21

Location: The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law

Discussion of the “war on drugs” frequently fails to examine precisely how drug offenders are sentenced—and how they should be. Drug sentencing practices are implicated in many fundamental criminal justice issues and concerns. Research suggests incarcerating people for drug offenses has little impact on substance use rates or on crime rates more generally. And, despite reports of comparable use rates, people of color are far more likely to be arrested and incarcerated for drug-related offenses than white counterparts.


Post date: 10/9/20 | Abstract Deadline: 11/20/20 | Event Date: 02/5/21

Location: Virtual

Fifth Annual Health Law Works-in-Progress Retreat at Seton Hall Law School

WHEN
February 5, 2021, from 1-4pm EST.

WHERE
Virtual (Depending on the number of submissions we receive, we may also schedule a second virtual event for another afternoon.)

TICKETS
Complimentary Event

DESCRIPTION


Post date: 10/6/20 | Abstract Deadline: 11/30/20 | Event Date: 03/18/21 to 03/19/21

Location: University of Bologna

Background

The scope of application of EU law represents a major element of the legal discourse concerning the affirmation and strengthening of the European integration process. It firstly influences the way in which that law interacts with the municipal law of the Member States. More and more, however, the relevance of the scope of EU law goes beyond the interplay with Member States’ legal orders, contributing thus to the global reach of EU law.


Post date: 10/6/20 | Abstract Deadline: 10/12/20 | Event Date: 11/25/20

Location: Virtual

29TH ANNUAL SLS/BIICL WORKSHOP ON THEORY & INTERNATIONAL LAW

Celebrating the ‘Historical Turn’: International Law in Global Histories 

 

REVISED TIMING AND FORMAT: Wednesday 25th November 2020 13:00-17:00 (ONLINE)


Post date: 10/6/20 | Abstract Deadline: 11/15/20 | Event Date: 05/24/21 to 05/25/21

Location: Mostly or Partly Virtual

Call for proposals

A Lost World?

Jewish International Lawyers and New World Orders (1917-1951)


Post date: 10/6/20 | Abstract Deadline: 10/15/20 | Event Date: 02/9/21 to 02/17/21

Location: Virtual

Disruption in the Legal Sector: How Technology Can Enable Educators, Students, Lawyers, and Judges Around the Globe to Stabilize the Sector and Provide Access to Justice

February 9-10, 16-17, 2021

Held on Zoom

Proposal Submission Deadline:  October 15, 2020

Notification of Proposal Acceptance:  November 12, 2020

Draft of Article/Presentation Due:  January 15, 2021

Final Article Due:  March 1, 2021

 


Post date: 10/6/20 | Abstract Deadline: 01/8/21 | Event Date: 09/3/21 to 09/4/21

Location: University of Bonn

Jurisdiction

Who speaks international law?

3-4 September 2021

University of Bonn


Post date: 09/25/20 | Abstract Deadline: 12/15/20 | Event Date: 03/26/21 to 03/27/21

Location: Rizzo Conference Center, Chapel Hill, NC

Call For Papers
2021 UNC Tax Symposium

26 Mar 2021 - 27 Mar 2021, Rizzo Conference Center


Post date: 09/25/20 | Abstract Deadline: 09/25/20 | Event Date: 03/16/21

Location: Virtual

2021 Corporate Governance Symposium
“Critical Issues for Boards and Investors in 2021”

Tuesday, March 16, 2021 / 9:30 am to 4:30 pm ET
John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance and
the Department of Finance, Lerner College of Business and Economics


Post date: 09/25/20 | Abstract Deadline: 11/1/20 | Event Date: 02/19/21

Location: Virtual

Call for Papers: International Organizations Workshop

Friday, 19 February 2021

Virtual

The International Organizations Interest Group (IOIG) of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) welcomes abstract submissions for its biennial work-in-progress workshop, to be held on Friday, 19 February 2021 virtually.

Abstracts must relate to the study of international organizations (broadly defined). We particularly encourage submissions on one of the following topics: (1) international law and climate change; (2) global health governance.

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