Call for Papers: Law and the Education of Children with Disabilities – New York, NY
he AALS Sections on Education Law and Disability Law request papers for the annual meeting in New York on “Law and the Education of Students with Disabilities.”
For generations, public schools excluded students with disabilities or shunted them into separate and inadequate programs. In the wake of Brown v. Board of Education, parents of students with disabilities began demanding full and equal educational opportunity for their children. Landmark court cases and legislation followed. In what is now a mature legal regime dominated by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and other statutory provisions, new challenges have emerged: insuring high achievement, preventing racially segregated placements, dealing with charter schools and other choice initiatives, optimizing inclusive education, and calibrating remedies for denials of appropriate education. A panel of distinguished experts in education and law, including Thomas Hehir of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Robert Garda of the Loyola University New Orleans School of Law, and Terry Jean Seligmann of the Drexel University School of Law, will address pressing legal issues in the schooling of students with disabilities. One additional speaker will be selected from a call for papers.
Deadline: September 1. Contact Mark Weber, mweber[@]depaul.edu, for more information.
New Voices in Administrative Law – New York City, NY
The AALS Administrative Law Section will be putting on a program entitled “New Voices in Administrative Law” at the AALS annual meeting in New York January 2-5, 2014.
At this event – not a conventional panel but a series of small-scale mentoring sessions – junior scholars in administrative law will be able to present a work-in-progress to two senior scholars for comment and discussion. This event gives junior scholars an opportunity to meet senior administrative law scholars, get feedback on work, and get to learn about the section.
Space is very limited. If you’re interested, please let Bill Araiza (Brooklyn) know as soon as possible, at bill.araiza[@]brooklaw.edu. Your presented work doesn’t need to be final by January, but by the Fall we would need a substantial written product for the commenters to read before the conference. There’s no formal definition of “junior scholar,” but the working definition is someone who’s been teaching seven or fewer years.
Junior Faculty Scholarship Exchange
The University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth School of Law will host its first annual Junior Faculty Scholarship Exchange Oct. 4, 2013, 10-4.
This is an opportunity for junior faculty in the New England region to gather together to discuss works in progress, finished papers, research interests, and to network with peers from other institutions. Our hope is to create a local forum for legal scholars to develop their ideas and scholarship with input and constructive criticism from fellow law teachers.
The initial flyer is here: Junior Scholarship Exchange invitation. For more information, contact Associate Dean Spencer Clough, (509)985-1121.
Call for Papers: Stanley Fish and the Meaning of Academic Freedom – Miami, FL
Florida International University Law Review and the FIU College of Law invite contributions for a Micro-Symposium, Stanley Fish and the Meaning of Academic Freedom, to be published in FIU Law Review in 2014. The symposium takes place January 24, 2013. Micro-symposium commentaries will accompany the papers and proceedings of a live roundtable discussion on academic freedom and Stanley Fish’s forthcoming book, Versions of Academic Freedom: From Professionalism to Revolution.
“Commentaries may discuss any and all legal, ethical, moral, social, practical, personal, and theoretical aspects of academic freedom, Stanley Fish’s new book, or his extensive body of work on academic freedom or any other topic. Interested commenters will be provided manuscripts of Fish’s book, on request.”
Commentaries can be a maximum of 600 words, including text, footnotes, and title.
Deadline: October 1, 2013. Submit to:bcreg001[@]fiu.edu. im
Call for Papers: 100th Anniversary of the Revenue Act of 1913 – New York, NY
The New York Law School is pleased to announce a call for papers to be published in connection with its upcoming October 4, 2013 symposium, The 100th Anniversary of the Revenue Act of 1913: Marking a Century of Income Tax Law in the United States.
On October 3, 1913, President Woodrow Wilson signed into law the Revenue Act of 1913. This symposium and the companion issue will examine a century of change and continuity in federal income tax law, tax policy, and the practice of tax law, highlighting the pressing technical and policy issues that are yet to be resolved. The Law Review is currently accepting abstracts for papers to be considered for publication in fall 2014. Included below is a list of topics expected to be addressed at the symposium by prominent tax practitioners, scholars, and policymakers. The Law Review will also consider papers on other topics relating to the theme of the symposium.
Deadline: September 3, 2013. Submit an abstract of no more than 500 words in MS Word format, accompanied by a CV, to Editor-in-Chief G. William Bartholomew ’14 at george.bartholomew[@]law.nyls.
Central States Law Schools Association 2013 Scholarship Conference
The Central States Law Schools Association 2013 Scholarship Conference will be held October 4 and 5 at the University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville, Arkansas. We invite law faculty from across the country to submit proposals to present papers or works in progress.
The purpose of CSLSA is to foster scholarly exchanges among law faculty across legal disciplines. The annual CSLSA conference is a forum for legal scholars, especially more junior scholars, to present working papers or finished articles on any law-related topic in a relaxed and supportive setting where junior and senior scholars from various disciplines are available to comment. More mature scholars have an opportunity to test new ideas in a less formal setting than is generally available for their work.
Please visit our website (http://cslsa.us/) to register and view the tentative schedule and planned activities.
The deadline for registration is September 2, 2013. After registration has concluded an updated schedule complete with presentation times will be made available online.
In keeping with tradition, CSLSA is able to pay for one night’s lodging for presenters from member schools. Dues invoices are mailed to member schools on an annual basis in late August. Representatives of schools interested in joining CSLSA should contact Carolyn Dessin at email@example.com
in September to request an invoice.
We look forward to seeing you in Fayetteville!
The 2013 CSLSA Board
Call for Papers: AALS Internet and Computer Law Section
2014 AALS Annual Meeting, New York
Section on Internet and Computer Law
Call for Papers: The Disruptive Rise of the Mobile Internet
The AALS Section on Internet and Computer Law invites short papers or extended abstracts for its program on “The Disruptive Rise of the Mobile Internet” at the Annual Meeting, to be held on Friday, January 3, 2014, from 10:30 A.M. – 12:15 P.M in New York.
Link to madisonian.net
for further information
Call for Papers: International Law-Making and the United Nations
The Section on International Law of the Association of American Law Schools has issued a call for papers for its program at the AALS 2014 Annual Meeting in New York City. The topic is "International Law-Making and the United Nations." The call is here
From International Law Reporter
Third Annual Junior Faculty Forum for International Law
Earlier today Anne Orford of the University of Melbourne Law School, JHH Weiler of the NYU School of Law, and Dino Kritsiotis of the University of Nottingham School of Law launched the Third Annual Junior Faculty Forum for International Law. The Forum is designed to assist junior faculty, i.e. those within the first six years of their academic careers, with their research by staging an annual competition in which six to nine individuals will be selected and asked to make presentations to the Forum in a given year: these presentations will then be paired with senior international legal scholars, who will comment on each of the presentations given to the Forum, so that the papers are eventually worked up and prepared for publication in the European Journal of International Law.
The third Forum will be convened at the University of Melbourne on July 7, 8 and 9, 2014. The deadline for submission of applications is December 1, 2013. Further particulars of the process are now available here
From International Law Reporter
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Call for Proposals: Empirical Methods in IP at Chicago-Kent
Workshop on Empirical Methods in Intellectual Property
October 11-12, 2013
We are pleased to announce the first Workshop on Empirical Methods in Intellectual Property jointly sponsored by Chicago-Kent's Center for Empirical Studies of Intellectual Property and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The workshop will take place in Chicago, IL on October 11-12.
The workshop is intended to give scholars engaging in empirical and experimental studies of IP a chance to receive feedback on their work at an early stage in their research. Accordingly, the workshop will be limited to a small cohort of scholars discussing projects that are still in their developmental stages. Projects that will have substantially begun data collection by the time of the workshop are inappropriate. Pilot data collection is, however, appropriate.
The workshop will be organized around a modest number of projects. Each project presenter will be expected to circulate a description of the project of no more than 10 pages by October 1. Each project will be assigned to an expert commenter and will be allotted 45 minutes of discussion by the attendees.
We welcome applications from scholars in the social sciences and law. Travel and lodging support for presenters will be provided by the workshop's host institutions.
To apply to present at the workshop, please email Christi Guerrini (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the following information:
Title of Project
Description of Project (<750 words) including the issues to be
addressed and the empirical methods to be employed
Acknowledgement that the project will not have reached data collection by the time of the workshop
Applications are due by August 24. Decisions will be made by September 2.
We look forward to seeing you in Chicago.
Christopher Buccafusco, Co-Director CESIP Chicago-Kent
Alan Marco, Acting Chief Economist USPTO
David Schwartz, Co-Director CESIP Chicago-Kent
Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Expert Advisor USPTOLink