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Abstract Deadline: 09/29/14 | Event Date: 01/15/15 to 01/16/15 | Location: Barcelona

The 2015 edition of the Barcelona Workshop on Global Governance asks how ‘the public’ and ‘the private’ are related in current structures of global governance. Key questions involve:


Abstract Deadline: 11/1/14 | Event Date: 04/16/15 to 04/17/15 | Location: Tallahassee, Florida

The Younger Comparativists Committee of the American Society of Comparative Law is pleased to invite submissions for its fourth annual conference, to be held on April 16-17, 2015, at Florida State University College of Law in Tallahassee, Florida.  The purpose of the conference is to highlight, develop, and promote the scholarship of new and younger comparativists.

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Abstract Deadline: 09/30/14 | Event Date: 06/21/15 to 06/22/15 | Location: Jerusalem

The Faculty of Law of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Columbia LawSchool invite the submission of written proposals for an international conference on the international law legacies of the Palestine mandate, to be held in Jerusalem on 21-22 June 2015, and for a subsequent publication.

Recipients of this call for papers are invited to submit proposals to present a paper at the conference. Some authors of proposals selected for the conference will be offered partial or full coverage of flight and accommodation expenses.


Abstract Deadline: 09/12/14 | Event Date: 01/2/15 to 01/11/15 | Location: Doha, Qatar

 

    The Institute for Global Law and Policy (IGLP) at Harvard Law School invites you to apply to participate in our 2015 Workshop in Doha, Qatar, from January 2-11, 2015.

    IGLP: The Workshop is an intensive residential program for doctoral and post-doctoral law scholars and junior faculty. The aim of The Workshop is to strengthen the next generation of scholars by placing them in collaboration with their global peers as they develop innovative ideas and alternative approaches to issues of global law, economic policy, social justice and governance.


Abstract Deadline: 10/31/14 | Event Date: 03/5/15 to 03/6/15 | Location: Baltimore, MD

The University of Baltimore School of Law’s Center on Applied Feminism seeks submissions for its Eighth Annual Feminist Legal Theory Conference.  This year’s theme is “Applied Feminism and Work.”  The conference will be held on March 5 and 6, 2015. For more information about the conference, please visit law.ubalt.edu/caf .


Abstract Deadline: 10/17/14 | Event Date: 02/27/15 to 02/28/15 | Location: Washington, DC

The Center for Law, Economics & Finance (C-LEAF) at The George Washington University Law School has announced its fifth annual Junior Faculty Business and Financial Law Workshop and Junior Faculty Scholarship Prizes. Here are the details:


Abstract Deadline: 12/15/14 | Event Date: 06/22/15 to 06/24/15 | Location: Florence, Italy

Closely modeled on the Yale/Stanford Junior Faculty Forum devised by Professors Alan Schwarz (Yale) and Ronald Gibson (Stanford), this Forum involves an annual competition open to all international legal scholars who are in no more than their sixth year of an academic position. It needs to be emphasized that applicants must belong full-time to an academic institution anywhere in the world; those engaged in full-time Ph.D. study programs should not apply.


Abstract Deadline: 09/1/14 | Event Date: 11/14/14 to 11/16/14 | Location: Milwaukee, WI

First Annual Mosaic Conference: Diverse Voices in Intellectual Property Scholarship

Date: Friday-Sunday, November 14-16, 2014

Location: Marquette University Law School


Abstract Deadline: 10/13/14 | Event Date: 10/24/14 | Location: Chapel Hill, NC

The First Amendment Law Review at the University of North Carolina School of Law is delighted to announce a Call for Papers for its Symposium Edition, First Amendment Networks: Issues in Net Neutrality.


Abstract Deadline: 09/1/14 | Event Date: 10/31/14 | Location: Toronto

ansitional justice is a field that brings together academic and practitioner approaches to post-conflict, peace-building and post-authoritarian settings considered to be ‘transitioning’ towards democracy. This field includes the study of truth commissions, international criminal justice, human rights movements, post-authoritarian democratization and reparations (Teitel, 2000; Hayner, 2002; De Greiff 2006). Consolidated in the decade after the cold war, this field has often treated liberal democracy as a default goal of transitional processes (Miller 2008, Arthur 2009).

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