Post date: 11/16/20 | Abstract Deadline: 11/20/20 | Event Date: 01/28/21 to 01/31/21

Location: Naples, FL

The Program on Economics & Privacy (PEP) at George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School invites applications for an Early-Stage Research Panel on the Law & Economics of Digital Information Policy.


Post date: 11/16/20 | Abstract Deadline: 11/26/20 | Event Date: 02/4/21 to 02/6/21

Location: Virtual

SCOPE


Post date: 11/16/20 | Abstract Deadline: 12/1/20 | Event Date: 03/26/21

Location: Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law

CALL FOR PAPERS

Barry ACS Student Chapter & Law Review & Texas A&M University of Law 

Constitutional Law Scholars Forum 

Friday, March 26, 2021 in Orlando, FL 

The Sixth Annual Constitutional Law Scholars Forum invites scholarly proposals on any constitutional law topic at any stage before publication. The Forum provides an opportunity for international and national scholars to vet their work-in-progress in a welcoming, supportive environment. (The Forum is not accepting proposals from students at this time.) 


Post date: 11/16/20 | Abstract Deadline: 01/4/21 | Event Date: 04/16/21 to 04/17/21

Location: Virtual

 Michigan Law School

2021 Junior Scholars Conference

April 16-17, 2021

Call for Papers

Deadline for Submission: January 4, 2021

The University of Michigan Law School is pleased to invite junior scholars to attend the 7th Annual Junior Scholars Conference which will take place virtually on April 16-17, 2021.


Post date: 11/16/20 | Abstract Deadline: 12/7/20 | Event Date: 12/7/20

Location: n/a

As a year-end review, I am issuing a call for submissions directed to junior scholars only (advanced PhD students and junior academics/practitioners) asking for their views on the most "interesting, important, or influential" article or book published in 2020. I will post on this blog a selection from the submissions received. Thanks in advance to all who participate. Some guidelines:


Post date: 11/6/20 | Abstract Deadline: 12/1/20 | Event Date: 06/15/21

CALL FOR PAPERS MISINFORMATION/DISINFORMATION AND THE LAW

The Center for International and Comparative Law (CICL) at Saint Louis University and the Saint Louis University Law Journal invite abstract proposals for a special issue on misinformation/disinformation and the law. The avenues for misinformation (the dissemination of inaccurate content, irrespective of intent) and disinformation (the deliberate spread of inaccurate information with the purpose of misleading others) have increased dramatically in recent years, in both online and offline environments.


Post date: 11/6/20 | Abstract Deadline: 12/15/20 | Event Date: 09/6/21 to 09/7/21

Location: Virtual & Brussels

 

CALL FOR PROPOSALS 

International symposium – 6th & 7th September 2021 - Brussels 

Human Rights in Pandemic Times  

Political Exceptionalism, Social Vulnerability & Restricted Freedoms Comparative and interdisciplinary analyses 

Submission deadline: 15th December 2020 

E-mail: camille.lanssens@ulb.be 


Post date: 10/30/20 | Abstract Deadline: 12/15/20 | Event Date: 03/25/21 to 03/26/21

Location: Virtual

Transnational Legal Feminism –

Beyond Western Hegemonies of International Law and Feminist Theory
A Transnational Legal Theory Journal Virtual Symposium
in collaboration with London South Bank University and
Cornell Law School’s India Law Center

25-26 March 2021


Post date: 10/30/20 | Abstract Deadline: 12/1/20 | Event Date: 04/1/21

Location: Virtual

The Idaho Law Review at the University of Idaho School of Law invites proposals for its annual symposium, which will be held via Zoom in March or April of 2021. This year’s topic, Mass Incarceration, will focus on disparities in U.S. state and federal prisons and solutions toward equitable prison reform.


Post date: 10/30/20 | Abstract Deadline: 01/4/21 | Event Date: 06/24/21 to 06/25/21

Location: Virtual

Workshop Description

PluriCourts at the University of Oslo is organising a workshop to bring together scholars of philosophy, political theory and legal theory who study regional and international courts and tribunals (ICs), and in particular issues concerning the input and output legitimacy of ICs.

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