Abstract Deadline: 02/15/16 | Event Date: 06/27/16 to 06/28/16 | Location: Chicago

In recent years, there has been an explosion of new scholarship on the historical relationship between law and capitalism.  This new literature has examined a variety of topics including the symbiotic connection between slavery and capitalism, new social and cultural perspectives on economic and business histories, and the role of the state in facilitating and frustrating economic development.  This infusion of interdisciplinary scholarship creates an opportunity for new work that puts law, legal institutions, and legal processes at the center of capitalist transformations.

Abstract Deadline: 01/30/16 | Event Date: 08/25/16 to 08/27/16 | Location: Santiago, Chile

The Latin American Society of International Law has issued a call for papers for its fourth biennial conference, to be held August 25-27, 2016, in Santiago, Chile. The theme is "América Latina y el Orden Mundial Contemporáneo: Balance y Perspectivas desde la Integración Regional."



Sociedad Latinoamericana de Derecho Internacional

Conferencia Bienal 2016, Santiago de Chile

25 – 27 de agosto de 2016

Abstract Deadline: 02/29/16 | Event Date: 08/29/16 to 08/30/16 | Location: University of Oslo


Abstract Deadline: 02/15/16 | Event Date: 09/8/16 to 09/10/16 | Location: University of Kent, UK

Call for Papers: Temporalities, Law & Security


The "Temporalities, Law & Security" stream is soliciting paper and panel submissions for a conference on "'New' Legal Temporalities? Discipline and Resistance Across Domains of Time," at University of Kent, September 8-10, 2016. Here's the call:

Call for papers and panels

Temporalities, Law & Security stream

Conference: The ‘New’ Legal Temporalities?

Discipline and Resistance Across Domains of Time

Abstract Deadline: 02/12/16 | Event Date: 04/29/16 to 04/30/16 | Location: Washington, DC

Roundtable on Empirical Methods in IP – 2016

Posted on January 17, 2016

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Abstract Deadline: 03/13/16 | Event Date: 09/3/16 to 09/5/16 | Location: Oxford, UK.

EPIP 2016 Call for Papers

The Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre hosts the 11th annual EPIP Conference in Oxford, UK.

The conference will bring together scholars, including doctoral students, working on economics, management and law with a focus on intellectual property. It will foster an inter-disciplinary exchange of knowledge. Sessions will include contributed papers, keynote presentations and panel discussions. Please forward this information to any interested colleagues, friends, and doctoral students. We welcome contributions from across the world.

Abstract Deadline: 02/15/16 | Event Date: 12/1/16

The European Central Bank (ECB) Legal Research Programme is seeking applications from young researchers for four legal research scholarships. Each scholarship is endowed with a grant of 10,000 euros. The due date is February 15, 2016.

Applicants who are awarded a scholarship will be required to write a research paper during 2016 on one of the following research topics:

Abstract Deadline: 02/15/16 | Event Date: 09/7/16 to 09/10/16 | Location: The University of Arizona College of Law

The University of Arizona College of Law‘s Transgender Studies Quarterly is calling for paper proposals for its September 7-10 conference Trans*studies. A 250 word abstract is due February 15, 2016. Send all materials and communications to transstudies2016@gmail.com.

Abstract Deadline: 01/18/16 | Event Date: 04/5/16 to 04/7/16 | Location: Lancaster University

International Criminal Justice: Theory, Policy and Practice 

Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference 

Lancaster University 

Call for Papers 

Abstract Deadline: 01/31/16 | Event Date: 04/8/16 to 04/9/16 | Location: Lancaster University

Call for Papers - ILA British Branch Spring Conference, 8-9 April 2016

ILA British Branch Spring Conference, Lancaster University, 8-9 April - ‘Non-State Actors and Changing Relations in International Law’

Call for Papers. Deadline 31 January 2016.

Non-State Actors and Changing Relations in International Law