Washburn University School of Law is proud to announce the 4th annual Washburn Junior Legal Writing Scholars Workshop, to be held on July 28-29, 2017.
This workshop will provide a unique collaborative environment in which to receive feedback from other legal writing professors on your scholarly projects. Participants will work in small groups to give suggestions, ask questions, and offer input on the papers presented.
Planning has already begun for the 2017 ACS National Convention, and ACS would like to hear your ideas. This is your chance to help determine what key legal topics will be highlighted at the Convention, which will be June 8-10 in Washington, D.C. Proposed ideas may address any issue involving the Constitution, law, or public policy that is likely to be of significant interest to ACS members.
Proposals are due by January 9th and can be submitted here.
Call for Papers–The Separation of Powers: A Global Constitutional Dialogue–Milan, Italy
International Symposium on The Separation of Powers A Global Constitutional Dialogue
Inspired by Prof. Giovanni Bognetti’s book: La Separazione dei Poteri
Monday, May 22nd 2017, Sala Napoleonica via Sant’Antonio 12, Milan, Italy
Convened by Antonia Baraggia Luca Pietro Vanoni Richard Albert Cristina Fasone
The Akron Law Review and Akron Law’s Center for Constitutional Law
The Akron Law Review and Akron Law’sCenter for Constitutional Law invite papers regarding the impact of Justice Scalia’s opinions and judicial philosophy in the area of criminal law and procedure, including articles regarding the confrontation clause, constitutional criminal procedure, prisoners’ rights, the Eighth Amendment, trial by jury, separation of powers, and textual
The University of Arizona College of Law is hosting its third-annual Quantlaw workshop, scheduled for February 12-13, 2016. The theme for this year's workshop in The Empirical Constitution, and the workshop's lead organizer, Chris Robertson (Arizona), invites paper proposals. The organizers describe this year's theme to include: "any empirical/experimental study of issues relevant to constitutional law or procedure, as well as non-empirical studies of constitutional doctrine relevant to data and public access thereto.