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CALL FOR PAPERS: ACCESS TO JUSTICE 

CALL FOR PAPERS: ACCESS TO JUSTICE
THE ALEXANDRIA UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF LAW, ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT
FIFTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE, DECEMBER 19-20, 2012


The Alexandria University Faculty of Law and The Protection Project at The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies are pleased to invite scholars and professionals to submit proposals for the fifth annual conference titled “Access to Justice,” which will take place on December 19-20, 2012 at the Helnan Palestine Hotel in Alexandria, Egypt.

The conference will bring together professors of law, religion, and social sciences and representatives from NGOs and other elements of civil society to discuss a broad array of topics related to access to justice. AUFL welcomes paper submissions from all disciplines on topics including but not limited to:
• Transitional Justice and the Reconciliation Committees
• Civil Society and Protection of Victims of Human Rights Abuses
• Right to Remedies
• International Justice and the World Trade Organization
• Individual Complaints to United Nations Committees
• Access to Justice in the Arab Charter of Human Rights
• Gender Equality in Access to Justice
• Right to Legal Aid
• Law Clinics
• Pro Bono Work, Volunteering
• International Criminal Court
• Access to Justice in the National Court System
• Access to Justice in Suing Corporations
• Access to Justice in Suing the State (Sovereign Immunity)
• European Court of Human Rights
• African Court of Justice and Human Rights
• International Court of Justice
• Class Actions
• Islamic Hesba Law
• The Traditional Justice System
• Justice Delayed as Justice Denied
• Statute of Limitations

Please submit paper abstracts (300-500 words) and author biographies electronically by August 13, 2012. You will be notified if you have been selected to submit a full paper within two weeks (August 27). Full papers should be between 5,000-7,000 words, excluding notes and bibliography and must be submitted by September 24, 2012.

Authors selected to present will be notified no later than October 8, 2012. Their works will be published in the annual Law Review of the Alexandria University Faculty of Law. Abstracts and papers may be submitted in English, Arabic, or French and must be sent by email to Ms. Julia Braunmiller, Director of Legal Affairs at The Protection Project (jcbraunmiller@jhu.edu).

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