Call For Papers The University of North Carolina’s Seventeenth Annual Tax Symposium
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, January 17 & 18, 2014
The University of North Carolina is organizing its seventeenth annual symposium designed to bring together leading tax scholars from economics, accounting, finance, law, political science, and related fields. The symposium will be held in Chapel Hill on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning, January 17 & 18, 2014, and will be sponsored by the KPMG Foundation and the UNC Tax Center. The goal is to bring together scholars from different areas who share a common interest in current tax research. Previous conferences have been very successful, and we anticipate the same this year.
Please submit an electronic PDF version of the paper no later than October 31, 2013 to: email@example.com
Law + Informatics Symposium at Northern Kentucky: Cyber Defense
Northern Kentucky Law Review – Law + Informatics Symposium on Cyber Defense Strategies and Responsibilities for Industry
Call for Papers
The Northern Kentucky Law Review and Salmon P. Chase College of Law seek submissions for the third annual Law + Informatics Symposium
on February 27-28, 2014. The focus of the conference is to provide an interdisciplinary review of issues involving business and industry responses to cyber threats from foreign governments, terrorists, and corporate espionage. The symposium will emphasize the role of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and industries providing critical infrastructure.
Abstracts should be submitted by September 1, 2013.
Call for Papers: Risk Analysis for Better Policies – Baltimore, MD
The Society for Risk Analysis holds its annual meeting, themed Risk Analysis for Better Policies, December 8-11, 2013. The meeting will highlight “sessions that identify ways that risk analysis can assist private and public policy makers to improve decisions in a world of complex and uncertain governance challenges. Special emphasis will be placed on the role of risk analysis as a tool for policy making and risk-benefit balancing.”
Deadline: Speaker proposals, posters, and papers are due May 23, 2013, via this submission link. Be sure to indicate your Specialty Group, e.g., Risk Policy and Law, when submitting an abstract.
Questions should be directed to SRA Secretariat, (703) 790-1745, jrosenberg[@]BurkInc.com im
Call for Papers: Law and Institutional Economics of Revolutions – Cairo, Egypt
In advance of its September 29-30, 2013, conference, the Economic Research Forum invites papers that address the following:
Poverty and widening social disparity cannot only cause revolutions; they may also be the outcome of a revolution. The Arab spring has caused regime change in a number of countries that are making very different experiences with their transition. All of the concerned societies are confronted with fundamental challenges. Preserving—but also improving—the rule of law is one of them. It is the purpose of this workshop to make contributions on how transition periods after revolutions can be made a success. In addition, it explores why such revolutions are triggered in the first place.
Papers that deal with concrete aspects of revolutions in the Middle East are highly welcomed. Particular attention will be paid both to the academic quality but also the real world relevance of the proposals. A limited number of scholarships to cover travel as well as accommodation costs are available.
The conference will be held in English.
Deadline: Please submit either an extended abstract of around five pages or your complete paper until May 15th, 2013. Submissions should be sent to stefan.voigt[@]uni-hamburg.de. im
CALL FOR PAPERS: Cyberlaw – University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
The Cyberlaw Section at the Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) is issuing a call for original research papers to be presented at the 2013 SLS Annual Conference. The conference will be held at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. The conference will run from 3rd to 6th September 2013 and the Cyber Section is in Group B, being held on 5th and 6th September. There will be an annual dinner on the 4th September 2013. The goal of this subject section is to provide a forum where legal scholars and
practitioners can gather together to update each other on current developments in cyberlaw and discuss high-quality research relevant to legal issues in the information society. Papers in every discipline of law are welcome, including those reflecting the main conference theme, “Britain and Ireland in Europe, Europe in Britain and Ireland.”
Topics include but not limited to:
Data Privacy Protection
Internet Statistics and Regulation
Cloud Computing, Service-oriented Computing and Beaming
Online Dispute Resolution
Internet Jurisdiction and Applicable law
Digital Intellectual Property Rights
Papers and abstracts for the conference should be submitted to the following email address:firstname.lastname@example.org
, for the attention of Dr Faye Fangfei Wang (SLS Cyberlaw
Section Convenor), Senior Lecturer, Brunel Law School, Brunel University, London.
Call for Papers: International Corrections and Prisonor Association – Colorado Springs
Closing date for submissions – 30th June 2013
The ICPA Program Committee invites individuals, agencies and organizations interested in presenting papers at the Association’s 2013 Annual Conference to submit ideas for consideration. The theme of our 15th Annual Conference is “Thinking Outside the Cell: Reducing the Use of Imprisonment”.
Link to Call
Beyond Responsibility to Protect: Towards Responsible Use of International Law? – Hull, UK
The McCoubrey Centre for International Law hosts Beyond Responsibility to Protect: Towards Responsible Use of International Law? July 4-5, 2013. The conference is intended for research students and early career scholars.
The key idea is that international law increasingly requires states not only to abstain from breaking the law, but also to pro-actively protect common interests or values of the international community. Seen from this perspective, sovereignty is not merely about rights, but also (perhaps, primarily) about duties; in particular, that States have a responsibility to take steps to prevent breaches of international law, especially the commission of heinous crimes.
Deadline: Interested participants should provide an abstract of no more than 500 words by the 18th of March, 2013 to MCIL[@]hull.ac.uk. If you wish to discuss topics or ideas informally please contact the organising committee at this email address. Presentations should be no longer than 20 minutes in duration.
International Law Conference - Athens, Greece
he Athens Institute for Education Research will host a conference on international law July 8-11, 2013. The provisional program can be found here. A complete program will be uploaded at least one week prior to the conference.
Deadline: May 20, 2013. Further instructions for submitting a paper can be found here
Law and Economics - Athens Greece
The Athens Institute for Education Research will host a conference on law and economics July 8-11, 2013. “The aim of the conference is to bring together scholars and students from all areas of law & economics and other related disciplines.” The provisional program can be found here. A complete program will be uploaded at least one week prior to the conference.
Deadline: May 20, 2013. Submit a 300-word abstract by email to atiner[@]atiner.gr, Dr. Nicholas Georgakopoulos, The Harold R. Woodard Professor of Law, Indiana University, USA & Academic Member, ATINER. Please include: Title of Paper, Full Name (s), Current Position, Institutional Affiliation, an email address and at least 3 keywords that best describe the subject of your submission. Please use the abstract submitting form available at http://www.atiner.gr/2013/FORM-LAWECO.doc.
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Business and Human Rights: From Theory to Practice- Call for Papers
Business and Human Rights: From Theory to Practice- Call for Papers- Deadline 15 April
Posted on March 14, 2013 by olgamartinortega | Leave a comment
The European Society of International Law (ESIL) Interest Group on Business and Human Rights is calling for papers for its panel on 23 May 2013 at the 5th ESIL Research Forum, Amsterdam. Following the overarching theme of the Research Forum, International Law as a Profession, we invite papers addressing contemporary issues in the field of business and human rights which consider practical challenges in this context. Papers may consider (but are not limited to) the following perspectives:
- Advocacy: how can the business and human rights agenda be promoted through lobbying for or against regulation? How does the process of evidence gathering with regard to the lack of corporate compliance with human rights take place? How do practitioners engage with state and non-state actors to move the agenda forward?
- Litigation: how may practitioners take a corporation to court? What are the legal and procedural obstacles in different jurisdictions? What is the future of US litigation after Kiobel? What are the European alternatives?
- Policy and law making: how may international rules in this context be drafted and passed through national and international institutions? Papers considering this dimension may specifically refer to the national implementation and action plans and processes for the Ruggie framework which are currently taking place in various countries.
Please submit a 300 words abstract proposal (Word or pdf format) via email to Dr. Olga Martin-Ortega (O.Martin-Ortega@greenwich.ac.uk) by 15 April 2013. Candidates are requested to include their name and affiliation in the email but not in the abstract itself.
In order to participate in the Interest Group panel speakers need to be members of ESIL. The membership can be formalised once their abstract has been accepted