Securities Law

Call for Papers - National Business Law Scholars Conference (NBLSC)

Deadline: 
02/17/17
Event Date: 
06/8/17 to 06/9/17
Location name: 
Salt Lake City, Utah
Organization: 
National Business Law Scholars Conference (NBLSC)

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. 

Call for Papers - Rebalancing International Investment Agreements In Favour of Host States: The Case For an International Investment Court

Deadline: 
06/1/16
Event Date: 
06/29/16
Location name: 
Luton, England
Organization: 
University of Bedfordshire, School of Law and Finance

Change is an unavoidable feature of international law and one which has recently surfaced in the area of international investment law. This area has been in constant dynamic change since the inception of Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS), which is commonly associated with arbitration under the auspices of the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). Balancing the interests of both investors and host States, in a constantly changing materiae of international legal practice, is one of the discipline’s most fundamental challenges.

Call for Papers: Law in the History of Capitalism

Deadline: 
02/15/16
Event Date: 
06/27/16 to 06/28/16
Location name: 
Chicago
Organization: 
American Bar Foundation and University of Chicago Law School

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.

Call for Papers: Temporalities, Law & Security

Deadline: 
02/15/16
Event Date: 
09/8/16 to 09/10/16
Location name: 
University of Kent, UK
Organization: 
The 'Temporalities, Law & Security' stream

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

Call for Papers: The Evolving Impact of Investment Crowdfunding on Modern Legal Markets

Deadline: 
08/31/15
Event Date: 
11/1/15
Location name: 
Raleigh, North Carolina
Organization: 
Campbell University School of Law

Campbell University School of Law Announces its 2015 Law Review Symposium  

Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained: The Evolving Impact of Investment Crowdfunding on Modern Legal Markets The featured keynote speaker will be announced at a later time.

OCTOBER 16, 2015 

Call for Papers -

Deadline: 
06/26/15
Event Date: 
10/30/15 to 10/31/15
Location name: 
St. Louis, Missouri
Organization: 
Society of Empirical Legal Studies (SELS) and Washington University, St. Louis, School of Law

Washington University Law School, the Center for Empirical Research in the Law and Olin Business School are pleased to host the 10th Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (CELS) on October 30 and 31, 2015 in St. Louis, Missouri.

Call for Papers - Extra-Territoriality and Financial Regulation

Deadline: 
02/27/15
Event Date: 
06/26/15
Location name: 
Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC
Organization: 
Journal of Financial Regulation

Attempts by national regulators to give their regulatory standards extra-territorial effect
beyond their own borders have become increasingly popular in fields as diverse as banking,
securities and derivatives regulation. The attractiveness of extra-territorial regulation for
policy-makers is obvious: in a world still reeling from the 2008 financial crisis, regulators can
export policy preferences unilaterally while preventing some of the most malicious forms of
regulatory arbitrage that can undermine their effectiveness.

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