Abstract Deadline: 11/13/16 | Event Date: 03/4/17 | Location: Santa Clara, CA

We invite your participation in the Seventh Annual Internet Law Works-in-Progress conference at Santa Clara University School of Law, March 4, 2017. The conference series is co-sponsored by the High Tech Law Institute at Santa Clara University School of Law and the Innovation Center for Law and Technology at the New York Law School.

Abstract Deadline: 10/31/16 | Event Date:
07/31/17 to 08/6/17
| Location: Boca Raton, FL

The Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) annual meeting will take place July 31 – Aug. 6, 2017, in Boca Raton, FL. Organizers hope to conclude their programming process by October 31, to issue a draft program in December, and a final program in mid-January. See the Call for Submissions.

Abstract Deadline: 11/6/16 | Event Date:
12/6/16 to 12/7/16
| Location: University of Macau (Macau, China)

Second International Conference
Consumer Policy in China: New Trends and Challenges
6-7 December 2016
Faculty of Law of the University of Macau (Macau, China)
I. The Theme
China’ 12th Five-Year Plan shifted the strategy from export-led growth to one that focuses more on the
domestic market. Furthermore, the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China emphasized the
importance of moving towards an ecological civilization. The construction of an ecological civilization

Abstract Deadline: 10/22/16 | Event Date: 12/8/16 | Location: Washington, DC

International lawyers and jurists usually take the modern state for granted because international law is grounded on its existence. However, the state’s dominant position in international law, and even its own continuity, might be more fragile and vulnerable than we dare to admit.

Abstract Deadline: 10/31/16 | Event Date: 03/3/17 | Location: Detroit, MI

The University of Detroit Mercy Law Review is pleased to announce its annual academic Symposium to be held on March 3, 2017, at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. The Symposium will contemplate how the American Bar Association’s emphasis on outcome measures in its revised Standards for Approval will affect law students’ educational experience. Specific topics may address, but are not limited to, the following issues:

Abstract Deadline: 12/15/16 | Event Date:
05/26/17 to 05/27/17
| Location: Kyiv, Ukraine

The general topic of the conference is post-conflict justice and the relevant strategies for securing justice in the context of the Ukrainian conflict. The conference will bring together leading international scholars, judges, and lawyers. It will address different aspects and models of post-conflict justice, and help determine key elements of post-conflict justice which would be the most adequate to the circumstances in Ukraine.

All interested scholars and practitioners are invited to submit a paper to the conference on one of the following topics:

Abstract Deadline: 02/17/17 | Event Date:
06/8/17 to 06/9/17
| Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

National Business Law Scholars Conference (NBLSC)

Thursday & Friday, June 8-9, 2017

Call for Papers

The National Business Law Scholars Conference (NBLSC) will be held on Thursday and Friday, June 8-9, 2017, at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law. 

Abstract Deadline: 10/21/16 | Event Date:
03/2/17 to 03/3/17
| Location: Knoxville, Tennessee

Call for Papers and Presentations

Deadline October 21, 2016

Abstract Deadline: 12/1/16 | Event Date: 06/21/17 | Location: Washington, DC

rban Institute, 2100 M Street, NW, Washington, DC
Thursday, June 21, 2017

Call for Papers

The Internal Revenue Service and the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center plan to co-sponsor their seventh annual tax administration research conference in 2017.  It will be held on June 21, 2017 at the Urban Institute in Washington, D.C.  

Abstract Deadline: 11/11/16 | Event Date: 04/8/17 | Location: Malibu, California

Next April, the Pepperdine Law Review will hold its annual symposium on the question of whether the political deadlock over the Merrick Garland nomination provides a stark indication the U.S. Supreme Court has become an unduly political institution, and, if so, what internal and external reforms might address this problem. We invite all interested scholars to submit a relevant proposal to present at the symposium and be considered for publication in a special edition of our law review.