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Call For Papers KCON9: The 9th Annual Conference on Contracts 

February 21-22, 2014, St. Thomas University School of Law

Submissions are cordially invited for the 9th Annual International Conference on Contracts, the largest annual scholarly and educational conference devoted to Contracts and related areas of commercial law.

TOPICS: Papers and works-in-progress are welcome from those who study Contracts from any perspective, whether doctrinal, pedagogical, theoretical, empirical, historical, economic, critical, comparative, or interdisciplinary. Works that take an international or civil law approach are also welcome. Junior scholars are particularly encouraged to participate. Those interested in proposing and organizing panels (3-5 presenters) on specific themes are especially encouraged to do so.

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY: Founded in 1984, St. Thomas University School of Law is located on the University's main campus in Miami Gardens. The School of Law includes a multi-level library, a moot court amphitheater, faculty and administrative offices, a computer lab, and classrooms and offices for student organizations. St. Thomas Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools. It is part of a Catholic university and a law school where values matter. Located between vibrant legal communities in Miami and Fort Lauderdale, St. Thomas Law offers clinical, externship, internship, and part time employment opportunities in both. St. Thomas Law has been recognized for the diversity of the student body and the sense of community among its students. The School of Law has been recognized as having one of the most diverse student bodies among accredited law schools. The cultural diversity, commitment to professionalism and small class size make studying law at St. Thomas Law a unique and enriching experience.

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Individual submissions should be made by a brief abstract (one page is sufficient) of the paper or Work-in-Progress that includes contact information for the author(s). Individual submissions will be placed on panels with like submissions. Panel proposals should include the name and contact information of the moderator or organizer, and a summary of the proposed papers or works in progress. There is no publication commitment for the conference, but the St. Thomas Law Review is publishing a symposium issue in conjunction with the Conference and welcomes submissions that seek publication. Otherwise, presenters and organizers of individual panels are free to arrange for publication on their own.

Submissions Deadline is Monday, December 16, 2013.

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